Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery showcases the first major exhibition in the UK for South African photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi. Muholi has exhibited her work of black lesbian and LGBTI South Africans for more than a decade and has achieved international recognition by producing a visual history which keeps visible the faces, bodies and lives of a community living with homophobic violence and discrimination.
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