A striking display of performance art, dance and music come together in the visual for ‘Impala Parlour/Journey To Life’.
Person: Chris Saunders
This First Thursdays we’re keen to do some bidding at the Michaelis silent action and see an exhibition of Chris Saunders’ Pantsula photographs.
Want to see how Jozi parties? Chris Saunders’ exclusive photo essay of what went down at Back to the City.
Last weekend we spent a night out in Jozi town with Jägermeister, and Chris Saunders was there to catch it all on camera.
Durban-based gqom pioneers RudeBoyz were recently in Jozi. We caught up with the group during their shoot with Chris Saunders for a quick behind the scenes chat.
Using private security as a conceptual lens, Carla Busuttil’s multimedia exhibition investigates power and wealth inequality in South Africa.
Ellen Edmar and Mona Namér are two aliens exploring a foreign planet in this beautiful piece of choreography, filmed in Joburg by Chris Saunders.
We’ve featured Chris’s images on the site for years, but somehow, have never sat down with the prominent Joburg photographer to discuss his work in-depth. Until now.
11 local street style photographers, personalities and fashion crews to keep on your radar.
A self-styled Manthe Ribane expressively merges pantsula, contemporary and Afro-fusion dance styles in the music video for Okzharp’s new track ‘Dear Ribane’.
The Bright Night Project envisions a group exhibition spotlighting 20 South African artists, with an opening “blackout event” held in the dark.
Chris Saunders teamed up with the Ribane siblings on a beautiful shoot, Birthday Girl covered a Grizzly Bear song and Jumping Back Slash has a new EP out plus we take a peek inside the new issue of iJusi mag.
To find out how, or whether, street style photography has evolved, we compare Nontsikelelo Veleko’s photographs with the expressive statements South Africans make with their clothing today.
The cross-boarder Not X Chris Saunders collaboration and exhibition explores, expands, and celebrates the burgeoning South African fashion scene.
While we were taking a sabbatical from screens, SA’s creatives were busy as ever publishing photo shoots, music videos, unseen artworks and new editions. Take a look!