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            Zanele Muholi - Pam Dlungwana, Vredehoek, Cape Town, 2011
            Isivivane (Cairn of Stones / Memorial): Pamella Dlungwana on Zanele Muholi's work

            In this personal essay for Southern Guild’s Zanele Muholi monograph, Pamella Dlungwana recalls the community of care and activism the artist documented – and helped shape – through their pioneering photography of Black queer women.

            'uNa’kaMzingisi' (Mzingisi’s Mother), 2024 - Zizipho Poswa
            Zizipho Poswa in ‘Ecospheres’ at the Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation

            A new ceramic sculpture by Zizipho Poswa is included in 'Ecospheres', a group exhibition on show at the Joburg Contemporary Art Foundation (JCAF) until 7 December 2024. Poswa's work, titled 'uNa’kaMzingisi' (Mzingisi’s Mother), was inspired by the image of a woman carrying a baby tied to her back.

            Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness, Volume II
            Aperture publishes 'Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness, Volume II'

            Aperture launches a highly anticipated second volume dedicated to Zanele Muholi's widely acclaimed self-portrait series, 'Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness', at a panel discussion and book signing at Southern Guild Los Angeles.

            Compressing Materiality - Ebony/Curated, 2024 - Andile Dyalvane
            Dyalvane and Maweni in 'Compressing Materiality' at EBONY/CURATED, Franschhoek

            Southern Guild ceramicists Andile Dyalvane and Chuma Maweni are both currently taking part in a group exhibition through EBONY/CURATED titled 'Compressing Materiality', a show focusing on the materiality of clay and how together with its processes of transformation, it has presented itself as a metaphor for the human self.

            ZANELE MUHOLI monograph, 2024
            Southern Guild releases monograph to accompany Zanele Muholi's eponymous solo exhibition

            To celebrate visual artist and activist Zanele Muholi's recently opened eponymous solo exhibition at Southern Guild Los Angeles, the gallery published a monograph featuring the works in the show, essays and an entire section dedicated to documenting the responses of various visitors to the original showing in the Cape Town space in 2023.

            Nano Le Face - like secondhand smoke, 2024
            Artist Nano Le Face presents capsule collection on Basic.Space

            Contemporary, Tshwane-based artist Nano Le Face introduces a hand-picked selection of framed works on Basic.Space, an exclusive digital marketplace hosting a curated blend of pre-owned and vintage items, as well as new, limited editions and brand collaborations.

            Design Miami.LA Talks Program 2024 - Rich Mnisi, Rogan Gregory, Jamie Bush and Darren Romanelli
            Rich Mnisi included in Design Miami.LA Talk: 'Confluence of Cultures: The New Creative World-Maker'

            South African fashion and functional sculpture designer Rich Mnisi will be in conversation with artist and designer from R & Company Rogan Gregory, designer, curator and creative director at Friedman Benda, Darren Romanelli, and principal at Jamie Bush and Co., Jamie Bush on May 18, at 1:15 pm (PST).

            ‘Art is not a thing; it is a way’ - Design Miami LA 2024 panel discussion
            Zanele Muholi participates in Design Miami.LA Talk, 'Art is not a thing; it is a way'

            South African visual activist Zanele Muholi will be in conversation with curator Essence Harden, the Museum of the African Diaspora's Chief of Curatorial Affairs and Public Programs Key Jo Lee, and Savannah College of Art and Design curator Ben Tollefson this Thursday, May 16, at 2 pm (PST).

            Manzi I, West Coast, Cape Town, 2022 - Zanele Muholi
            Major UK survey by Zanele Muholi opens at Tate Modern, London

            On until 26 January 2025 and based on Zanele Muholi’s 2020-21 exhibition at the Tate Modern, this latest survey, titled 'Zanele Muholi', includes new works produced since then.