Posted by on June 18, 2024 4:26 pm
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Zanele Muholi Manzi I, West Coast, Cape Town, 2022 Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper 641 × 800 cm Courtesy of the Artist and Yancey Richardson, New York © Zanele Muholi

“I just want people to have a new dialogue – the fact you’re asking me about it means you’ve noticed!” says a smiling Zanele Muholi of the four magnificent sculptures currently on display at their self-titled Tate Modern show in London.

The South African visual activist is of course best known for their photographs exploring Black queer identity, and over 260 are on display at Zanele Muholi: from soul-stirring, conversation-generating self-portraits to arrestingly honest and often painfully intimate shots of other people. But the unexpected stars of the show are decidedly 3D.

A monumental depiction of the artist’s genitalia


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