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On tour from the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center the Women’s Mobile Museum, a culminating exhibition of a year-long residency connecting acclaimed South African photographer Zanele Muholi with ten Philadelphia women. The exhibition, which also features artwork created by Muholi and South African teaching artist Lindeka Qampi, challenges the social and economic barriers of the art world while supporting emerging artists. The ten female poets, photographers, painters, and digital artists have collaborated each other. Muholi and Qampi to create art work that is reflective of their individual and collective experiences.
In addition to the works by Muholi and Qampi, this exhibition features work by Afaq, Shasta Bady, Davelle Barnes, Tash Billington, Iris Maldonado, Danielle Morris, Shana-Adina Roberts, Carrie Anne Shimborski, Muffy Ashley Torres, and Andrea Walls.
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