Arts & Culture

Photography: Social Landscape

Johannesburg

The Social Landscape photography project is a collaboration between six South African and six French photographers under the auspices of the Market Photo Workshop and the Rencontres photography festival in France.

As part of the project, a competition was held that invited photographers and the public to submit images of South Africa. Land and issues that relate to its use have become socially and politically contested arenas, expressing a multitude of issues related to ownership and identity, belonging and dispossession. Show Us Our Land brings together all of these images, including Patrick Tourneboeuf’s Intersection of Phakamile Mabija Road and Currey Street, Downtown Kimberley (pictured).

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