The Lampost Luminaries fellowship is aimed at supporting previously disadvantaged womxn to gain industry training and experience to launch their professional careers and make their mark on the narrative shaping visual storytelling.
Johannesburg-based fine artist and contemporary artist, Thabo Matsepane, also known as Thabo Lens, is a storyteller at heart who explores his talents and interests through photography.
The Soweto born photographer co-founded Afrapix in 1985, a photography collective agency that produced work that exposed the social and political conditions of black South Africans living during apartheid.
Ubumnyama Bam is a collection of self-portraits, which began in 2019. Through the project, she stresses that self-love goes deeper than the commercial messages we see in mainstream media.
On 25 January, Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opens Bôna, a selection of work from several photo essays by the late Thabiso Sekgala which explore how social borders determine visibility in society.
Zach Louw shares the story of how being an identical twin led him to pursue a career in photography.
Daniels recently collaborated with fashion designer Celeste Arendse of SELFI and young rapper Dee Koala to bring the Adidas Home of Classics ‘Made with care, worn without’ campaign to life.
Mukheli started sharing a series of drawings on his Instagram. When asked what inspired him to begin drawing again, he explained that it is an activity he finds very therapeutic.
The photographic exhibition of the highly acclaimed body of work opens on 28th November at 7 pm, located at the Artivist on 7 Reserve Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
From the 14th to the 22nd of November, art enthusiasts are invited to the KZNSA Gallery to view the mesmerizing photographic exhibition by Aik Christodoulou.
Soweto based fashion enthusiast Mbulelo Faluti interprets what he thinks the relationship between tennis & fashion is from the perspective of a young, black South African fashion trailblazer.
The winners of the inaugural Africa Photo Awards were announced last night at a gala event held at the Keyes Art Mile, Johannesburg.
This festive season, the Deepest Darkest Gallery is excited to present award-winning photographer Barry Salzman, who will be exhibiting ‘The Other Side of Christmas’ at the gallery in Cape Town from 7 November to 29 December 2019.
The self-taught photographer, freelance actor, writer, and content creator believes that photography is a way to show the world how you see or understand it.
Dimakatso Mathopa’s work is inspired by the idea of individualism within the context of African society.