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Subtle views reframe Sharpeville
Subtle views reframe Sharpeville
In the public imagination, the memory of Sharpeville is frozen on March 21 1960, the day 69 people were shot and killed by the police during an...
Celebrating queer survival
Celebrating queer survival
Lining the walls of Johannesburg’s Goethe-Institut, large-scale black-and-white images offer an intimate, seductive and ultimately celebratory...
On ten years of 'Faces and Phases': 'We are making history here'
On ten years of 'Faces and Phases': 'We are making history here'
An air of ordered chaos follows Zanele Muholi’s entrance into Juta Street’s Stevenson Gallery. Although unassuming and dressed in loose-fitting...
​A multiverse of experiences at Fantastic exhibition
​A multiverse of experiences at Fantastic exhibition
Around the time of the collapse of TB Joshua’s hostel in Lagos, an event in which a supposed life restorer cheaply turned the death of more than...
Photography is an endeavour of love for the couple that work and play together
Photography is an endeavour of love for the couple that work and play together
“Our aesthetic is rooted in the concept of constructing imagery. We are not documentary photographers – our focus is not to capture a moment, but...
The tales behind Johannesburg’s skyscrapers
The tales behind Johannesburg’s skyscrapers
It’s often said that nobody is truly from Johannesburg, that it has become home to millions of people whose roots are outside the City of...
Malick Sidibé was an inspirational genius
Malick Sidibé was an inspirational genius
I’ve always admired Malick Sidibé’s work. Those black-and-white portraits of young Malians he shot in the 1960s and 1970s made me feel proud....
World Press Photo: 'Haunting' image of Syrian refugees wins
World Press Photo: 'Haunting' image of Syrian refugees wins
Shot amid the unfurling drama of the European migration crisis and described as “haunting” by one member of the competition jury, this...
Roger Ballen: Housed in his mind's recess
Roger Ballen: Housed in his mind's recess
‘We photograph things in order to drive them out of our minds.” This fantastic quote from Franz Kafka appears in the beginning of Roger...
It’s my view, says king of Instagram
It’s my view, says king of Instagram
Craig Howes (30) is arguably one of South Africa’s most well-known Instagrammers. With about 219 000 followers on his personal account and...

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