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.
Rauff’s work is centered around street and travel photography. Each set of photography is built as a three-part series in order to fully show the viewer the extent of the chosen subject matter.
Her latest images document the cultural authenticities and idiosyncrasies of the people she has met and places she has been to.
Buildings are interesting and highly valued photographic subjects. They carry countless stories of generations of humans, along with their own.
Kgomotso Neto Tleane is a dynamic Johannesburg photographer with the moldings of rural life and trimmings of fast-paced city living. Born and raised in Ga-Maja, Limpopo, Neto creates imagery that effortlessly reflects both the grime and glory of the city he resides in, Jozi Maboneng.
Up and coming photographer Courtney Rabbit is this month’s #Canonx10and5 winner. The Cape Town-based artist is a full-time student at the ORMS Cape Town School of Photography. We chat to her following the captivating image she submitted for our photography competition. Rabbit’s image shows a group of distressed women holding placards […]
The project, titled Born In America explores the ways in which the American clothing brand has influenced his aesthetic as a young South African.
Our Canon Creator Club’s competition is back and this time, it promises to be bigger, and better than before.
As a designer, he has gained experience in multimedia, marketing and print design.
Nicole Samuels presents her latest body of work ‘To Be a Woman in South Africa Today – A Fictional Photo Story of Homage’.
Gemma Mary Shepherd is a Cape Town-based photographer and creative director who has had an eye for photography since her high school and university days.
Selected from the group of artists exhibiting at the 2019 UNDERLINE show, Kgomotso has collaborated with Devil’s Peak to create a limited edition beer can featuring his work.