Financial Mail | Jessie Cohen:

At the time of my first photographic portrait, in 2011, people wanted to “correct” me, but I still wanted to be out. I put the photo up in my room and thought, “this is a stepping stone to freedom.” I finally saw a future. These are the words of Vuyelwa Makubetse, one of 250 black lesbian and transgender participants captured in Zanele Muholi’sFaces and Phases 10 exhibition, which marks 10 years since the award-winning photo-activist embarked on this important series… Read more

Image: Zanele Muholi. Photo-activist projecting the positive