Inspired by American artists Carrie Mae Weems and Deana Lawson, photographer Andile Buka and Curator Nthabiseng Mokoena re-interpret the traditional portraiture.
A discussion on contemporary photography with Amy Ellenbogen. Matthew Freemantle and Candace-Marshall Smith is inspired by group show, ‘Hush Hush’, at SMITH.
“For many people, the city of Johannesburg is a place with no guarantees and it is a place of uncertainty, this uncertainty is evident in the recent building evictions downtown”, says documentary photographer Tshepiso Mabula.
We speak with the publishing duo behind Platform and photographer Ed Blignaut on their collaborative photoshoot for our original series, Spotlight.
Photographer Tatenda Chidora visits the neighbourhood fashion designer Nao Serati was raised to create the latest installment of the 10and5xLampostRISE series.
In it’s 5th year running, Miss Gay Jozi crowned a new winner. Photographer Leeroy Jason was there to photograph the event in full colour. Check it out here.
In the next instalment of the 10and5 x Lampost series, architect Sumayya Vally and photographer Mpho Mokgadi reimagine sites of ruin around Johannesburg.
In the second installment of 10and5 x Lampost series, Spotlight, Aart Verrips collaborates on a new visual series with art duo, Claire and Abi Meekel.
Cape Town-based fine art photographer, Kyu Sang Lee, has a talent for capturing dreamlike scenes on black and white film.
In the first instalment of 10and5 x Lampost series, Spotlight, creatives Teboho Diphehlo and Lesedi Mothoagae collaborate on a photo series celebrating pantsula.
Brand new lookbook by local hat designer Simon and Mary inspired us to think about the influence and meaning of the Wild West on local creative scene.
Leeroy Jason documents some of the cool and crazy outfit worn to AfrikaBurn festival in Tankwa Karoo.
We caught up with (most of) the cast of Bee Diamondhead and Aart Verrip’s latest campaign that uses the “work suit” to challenge representation.
From out-there characters to theme camps and couples in love, see a round up of our favourite photos from this year’s AfrikaBurn.
Twenty-year-old photographer, Liam Volschenk, confronts the idea of vulnerability as a creative subject matter in his landscapes and portraits.