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Jo'burg Tracks

The exhibition maps out the paths of LGBT people's lives in Johannesburg. It examines the effects of the Constitution and how it came about through the stories of eight gay, lesbian and transgender people: Edgar, Emile, Mary, Michele, Paul, Phumi, Shay, and Vanya. The exhibition was first developed in 2008 by GALA in collaboration with the TRACE exhibition group.

After being launched at Constitution Hill, it moved to Museum Africa in 2010. The exhibition was curated by Mark Gevisser and Dr. Zethu Matebeni and designed by Clive van den Berg.

Mamba Online article about Jo'burg Tracks

Exhibition update

Jo'burg Tracks is no longer showing at Museum Africa. Please check back here for exhibition updates.

If you are interesting in hosting or sponsoring a showing of Jo'burg Tracks, please contact Anthony Manion or phone 011 717 4239.