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San Francisco | Curator-Led Tour of Zanele Muholi: Eye Me at SFMOMA

April 30 | 2:00 pm 3:00 pm

Three figurative paintings by Zanele Muholi hang on a light-green gallery wall.
Installation view of Eye Me: Zanele Muholi (SFMOMA, 2024); photo: Don Ross

Meet ArtTable at SFMOMA for a curator-led tour of Zanele Muholi: Eye Me, the photographer’s acclaimed first major exhibition on the West Coast. On this hour-long tour, Sally Martin Katz, SFMOMA’s Curatorial Associate for Photography and a co-curator of Eye Me, will cover major works across more than two decades of Muholi’s career. Read more about this unmissable show in The San Francisco Chronicle’s Datebook and KQED.

About the exhibition: A self-described visual activist, Zanele Muholi (b. 1972, Umlazi, South Africa) uses the camera to explore issues of gender identity, representation, and race. Often photographing their own body or members of their LGBTQ+ community in South Africa, Muholi calls attention to the trauma and violence enacted on queer people while celebrating their beauty and resilience. Activism is central to Muholi’s artistic practice, from their early work contending with the dangers of being queer in South Africa to their more recent work embracing their own blackness and gender expression. This exhibition brings together photographs from 2002 to the present alongside the artist’s latest explorations in painting and sculpture. The first major exhibition of Muholi’s work on the West Coast, it provides the opportunity for Bay Area audiences to experience the full range of the artist’s expansive


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Sally Martin Katz is a curator based in San Francisco. Since 2017 she has been working in the photography department at SFMOMA. Concurrently, she is a PhD candidate in Art History, specializing in History of Photography, at the Sorbonne. As an independent curator, she guest curated the Louis Stettner retrospective at the Fundación MAPFRE in Madrid (2023) and Barcelona (2024) and was the editor of the exhibition catalogue, and also guest curated A Moment in Time: Iconic Images by Harry Benson at the Southampton Arts Center, New York (2023). She has co-edited several books, including American Geography: Photographs of Land Use from 1840 to the Present (2021) and snap+share: transmitting photographs from mail art to social networks (2019). In Paris, she worked at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson and the Louvre. She received a BA in Art History and French Literature from Brown University, as well as an MA in Art History and MFA in Photography from the Sorbonne.


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