Aptly titled, Ode to She, this series of photographs by South-African visual activist Tony Gum, currently the subject of an exhibition at Christopher Moller Gallery in Cape Town (South Africa) contains explorations, discoveries and understanding of the teachings by her elders of what it means to be a Xhosa woman. Defined by the photographer as “a letter to self, a...
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