9 Feb-6 April. Rome's Galleria del Cembalo presents Nobody can love you more than you, an exhibition of about 20 photographic works by South African artist and self-proclaimed visual activist Zanele Muholi.
Muholi, whose work focuses on race, gender and sexuality, says the aim of her research is "to rewrite a visual history of South Africa from the point of view of the black, lesbian and trans community so that the world knows our resistance and existence in a period in which there have never been so many hate crimes, in South Africa and beyond."
Using wigs, costumes and everyday objects, the artist accentuates her physical characteristics to reaffirm her identity, fixing the viewer with a steely stare. For exhibition details see website.