Zanele Muholi

Zanele Muholi, Bona, Charlottesville, 2015 800 × 503 mm Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper

Zanele Muholi, Bona, Charlottesville, 2015, 800 × 503 mm, photograph, gelatin silver print on paper © Zanele Muholi, purchased with funds provided by the Africa Acquisitions Committee 2017

Zanele Muholi self-identifies as a visual activist and has been documenting the life of Black LGBTQIA+ communities since the early 2000s in intimate and powerful photographs across South Africa and beyond. From 26 November 2021 to 13 March 2022, the Gropius Bau hosts Muholi’s first major survey in Germany.

Forms of Insistence, Tenderness and Refuge
Public programme accompanying the exhibition Zanele Muholi
To the programme

Organised by Tate Modern, London in collaboration with Gropius Bau, Berlin; the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris; Institut Valencià d’Art Modern and Bildmuseet at Umeå UniversityPartners: Wall, Bouvet
Media partners: Monopol, Elephant, NuméroBerlin, Fräulein, BerlinArt Link
Funded by:

and VolkartStiftung