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.
In the first instalment of 10and5 x Lampost series, Spotlight, creatives Teboho Diphehlo and Lesedi Mothoagae collaborate on a photo series celebrating pantsula.
Alex Oelofse’s perfect and balanced aesthetic compositions are conceptually driven. Take a look at his minimalist landscape shots here.
Kelly Makropoulos creates images that are bold, romantic and gently empowering. Click through to her latest photo series here.
Lhola Amira took a trip to Ghana recently to see what 60 years of decolonisation looks like. We caught up with the artist to discuss her trip, and the resultant body of work.
“It’s happening live, and there aren’t retakes, for them or you. Then you get something special”, says performance photographer Nardus Engelbrecht.
A cinematographer by trade, Zeno Petersen was first drawn to Instagram for its ability to create connections with people. View his striking images 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.
Deji Dada says New Orleans is a warm, swamped suburbia endorsed by the scents and sounds of daiquiris and jazz. View his full photo series here.
Cape Town-based mixed media artist Sitaara Stodel’s highly creative photo-montages, 3D collages and film photographs evoke a passage of time and memories.
Comparing locations from across the world that share the same name, Svea Josephy looks at the tensions and relationships between disparate spaces.
Now on show at 99 Loop Gallery, ‘Broken Things’ is a series of photographs by Johnson Tsoku Maela that highlights the importance of self acceptance.
Soweto-born photographer Musa N. Nxumalo shoots candid black and white images of fellow young South Africans as they party it up on the Jozi social scene. His photographs explore contemporary culture, notions of identity and the journey to self-discovery.
There is a palpable sense of self expressed in the young Himba men depicted in Kyle Weeks’ striking ongoing photographic series, The Ovahimba Youth Self Portraits.