Rebecca Freemantle’s gallery of snapshots reveal the poetry of every day life. See our interview with the up-and-coming artist here.
“It’s happening live, and there aren’t retakes, for them or you. Then you get something special”, says performance photographer Nardus Engelbrecht.
Marnus Strydom documents the desolate beauty of his rural hometown, Aliwal North, through ‘the haunted mundane.’
See Design Indaba 2017 through the whimsical lens of Cape Town-based photographer, music lover, and art director Martin Magner.
Photojournalist Jon Riordan explores the threatening effects of urban gentrification to the traditional, mixed makeup of the Woodstock neighbourhood.
Zaheer Ali has a penchant for creating captivating images. We speak to the Liberty Igerbook-featured photographer about how adventure can lead to great photography.
The local casting agency, which has recently expanded to Joburg, is home to a host of new models, whose bold personalities emerge through their distinctive looks and attitudes.
A cinematographer by trade, Zeno Petersen was first drawn to Instagram for its ability to create connections with people. View his striking images here.
Jenna Echakowitz aims to break the drab veil that smothers everyday existence by capturing the ephemeral. Read through a few of the photographer’s tips here.
The idea of play is central to the practice of fine artist Jessica Holdengarde, who presents the intricacies of her inner world through collage.
Cape Town-based visual artist Nombuso Bhogolo’s haunting photo essay evokes the passage of time and one’s unavoidable mortality.
Ulfah Davids is breaking binaries with her gender-fluid fashion. See her latest lookbook with Kyle Weeks and Buck Whaley here.
Wherever he goes, Cape Town based photographer and filmmaker, Luvuyo Nyawose, carries a camera. Here, he shares a series of intimate visions of frozen time.
We chat to the talented recipient of the 2015 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship, Phumzile Khanyile, about her solo exhibition ‘Plastic Crowns’.
It was his commitment to documenting his son’s childhood that saw Lindsey first fall in love with photography. See how his work’s evolved here.