This artwork was donated to ZAM as a gesture of support.
Zanele Muholi is one of South Africa's top photographers. Exhibitions and awards have taken her all over the world, but she remains very much involved in activist art in her own country. Gender and Sexuality plays in important part in her work. For ZAM she created a limited edition of one of her most beautiful pictures. The picture is part of Being (Cape Town, 4 June - 7 July 2007) , a continuation of ongoing work, which focuses on a quiet and tender celebration of love within the homosexual community, whether between mothers and sons, between lovers or between friends.
Number of prints: 100, signed and numbered
Printing Technique: Giclee Printing
Paper: Baryta paper
Price: €220 (excluding 21% VAT and shipping costs)
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