Stiftung Niedersachsen is commending the South African artist, photographer and activist Zanele Muholi with the SPECTRUM – International Prize for Photography in 2021. Muholi uses their works to campaign against homophobic violence in South Africa and describes themselves as a “visual activist”. The artist’s special focus is on the rights of black homosexual women and LGBTI people in their home country. The internationally acclaimed SPECTRUM prize is endowed with EUR 15,000. In addition, the prize-winner is being honoured with a comprehensive exhibition of their work at the Sprengel Museum Hannover and an artist publication. The prize will be presented at...
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