Cape Town photographer Jody Brand visits artist Athi-Patra Ruga ahead of his solo exhibition, titled Queens in Exile.
Person: Jody Brand
Ahead of his upcoming solo, Athi-Patra Ruga invites us into his studio to talk about drag, exile and including queer icons and womxn in our history. Photographs by Jody Brand.
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Dope Saint Jude has just dropped ‘Keep In Touch’, a catchy hip-hop track feat. Angel-Ho that speaks about cultural dynamics in relation to race and gender.
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