The Proclamation 73 project is calling for photographic submissions in an effort to piece together the hidden history of Durban’s coloured population.
The Milk x Coffee photo series challenges the stigma surrounding Albinism in Polokwane.
Soweto-born photographer Phumzile Khanyile is a market Photo Workshop graduate and winner of the 2015 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography. Khanyile’s work interrogates the stereotypical notion of womanhood, sexuality and gender.
Photographer, Obakeng Molepe specialises in commercial, fashion, portraiture and documentary photography. His work has been featured in huge magazines such as New York’s Desundo Magazine and Elle, and has worked with big brands such as Marvel on a Black Panther project.
Photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga showcases the importance of women in the preservation of tradition with the help of Tania Fines in his latest photo series.
Tshepiso Mabula looks at the moments in between at the big events from the last 3 years, capturing the faces in the crowd.
A new photo series by local photographer, Tshepiso Mabula, highlights the the lack of service delivery and decent sanitation in SA.
This lookbook features the Facet Range, a collection of beautiful wooden jewellery by Dor + Kie Objects, Cape Town.
Photographers Brendon Bosworth and Barry Christianson join forces to create the Southern Shores photo series, which will be showcased at the Hive in Muizenberg.
Mamelodi-born DOP and photographer Themba Mokase shares his latest body of work.
Self-taught photographer Katya Abedian has recently released a photo series about transcending social media’s pitfalls.
Co-curated by the celebrated South African photographer David Goldblatt, see how these four photographers honour the artist.
Madeleine Bazil illustrates the Western Cape water crisis in her part-photojournalism, part-fine art photography series.
Kevin Radebe is a Joburg photographer on the rise. His work explores themes of black masculinity and pays homage to his surroundings, while staying true to his artistic eye.
Logo Oluwamuyiwa looks at a different side of the Nigerian city with his project and photobook Monochrome Lagos.