City Lights: Zanele Muholi’s “Hail The Dark Lioness”; Photography On A Fence; And More

Artist Zanele Muholi and curator Renee Mussai talk about "Somnyama Ngonyama" or "Hail The Dark Lioness," Muholi's exhibition of self-portraits on view at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art on today's "City Lights."
Artist Zanele Muholi and curator Renee Mussai talk about "Somnyama Ngonyama" or "Hail The Dark Lioness," Muholi's exhibition of self-portraits on view at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art on today's "City Lights."
Credit Alan McAteer

Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:

  • 1:34: Lois Reitzes speaks with renowned visual artist Kara Walker, who spent her teenage years in Atlanta and has work in the High Museum of Art’s permanent collection.
  • 19:58: Producer Myke Johns visits Piedmont Park for a look at Atlanta Celebrates Photography’s (ACP) 700-foot-long installation hung on the fence surrounding the dog park. He talks with one of the artists with work along the fence and ACP’s Executive Director, Amy Miller.
  • 31:40: Reitzes talks to artist Zanele Muholi and curator Renee Mussai about “Somnyama Ngonyama” or “Hail The Dark Lioness,” Muholi’s exhibition of self-portraits on view at the Spelman Museum of Fine Art.