Kristin-Lee Moolman © Kristin-Lee Moolman
Lives & works in South Africa
The 2020 Rudin Prize for Photography by the Norton Museum of Art - 2020
Presentation of the artist
Kristin-Lee Moolman is a South African photographer and filmmaker. Growing up during the transition between Apartheid and the new South Africa she is profoundly influenced by the positive narratives she choses to pursue in her images. Her work explores the social and political realities of Africa by deconstructing traditional representations of masculinity and feminity, promoting powerful new identities as counter-narratives to curren sterotyoes, idealized imagery.
Kristin-Lee Moolman was most recently awarded the 2020 Rudin Prize for Photography by the Norton Museum of Art.
Nationality : South Africa
In connection with
Group exhibitions & fairs
28 HATS FOR Lamu - A virtual exhibition, www.697.THZ
Rudin Art Prize, Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach
Soft Criminal, Red Hook Labs, New York
ITEMS, Is Fashion Modern, Museum Of Modern Art, New York
Art/Afrique - Le Nouvel Atelier, Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris
"COACHIE", Tate Modern, London