A discussion on contemporary photography with Amy Ellenbogen. Matthew Freemantle and Candace-Marshall Smith is inspired by group show, ‘Hush Hush’, at SMITH.
People: Johno Mellish
Johno Mellish was our eyes at #rAgeExpo2016, where he captured the interesting people and sights at SA’s biggest gaming and tech showcase.
Our final list as part of Photography Month is a forward looking one focused on long-term and ongoing photographic projects – some of them have just begun, others have spanned entire photographic careers and a few are now complete.
A meditation on light through the eyes of local photographers, ordered from AM to PM to show light in a few of its infinitely varying stages and forms.
They may be young, but these 9 photographers have vision, ambition and distincly recognisable styles – we’re excited to see what they’ve got in store for us next.
Johno Mellish applies his curious eye to both documentary and studio photography, and is interested in exploring the ways these fields can intersect.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
Today we’re looking at a couple of odd and wonderful photographs, dreaming about imaginary travel destinations and going back to the future (and everywhere inbetween) with some fascinating illustrations. ONE – Johno Mellish launched a new site and along with it, revealed some fantastic new images. TWO […]
Part 4 of our 2013 Highlights is a collection of the wild and wonderful from Michaella Janse van Vuuren’s 3D printed hybrid creatures to the Johannesburg Zoo’s social media badger, and everything in between.
A new music/fashion film for Spoek Mathambo’s Zombie was released yesterday, directed by Kent Andreason and assisted by Johno Mellish.