FotoFocus has returned to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in a stunning three- part installation in the Skirball Gallery, as part of FotoFocus's Biennial -- Photography, the Undocument. This Saturday, October 8, the museum will close to the public at 3:00p.m. for the opening reception and program with one of the artists featured in the exhibition, South African artist Zanele Muholi, who refers to her work as "visual activism." If you haven't purchased your FotoFocus Passport, you can do so here. The program is free to Passport holders.
About the Biennial
The FotoFocus Biennial is a regional, month-long celebration of photography and lens-based art held throughout Cincinnati and the surrounding region. Featuring over 60 participating museums, galleries, academic institutions, and community organizations, the 2016 Biennial will include original FotoFocus curated exhibitions and four days of events and programming, including screenings, lectures, and performances.
EXHIBITIONS FEATURED AT THE NATIONAL UNDERGROUND RAILROAD FREEDOM CENTER:
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Images: Zanele Muholi
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