Photography

‘I’m finally getting recognition’

Celebrated Ghanaian photographer James Barnor continues his interview with Riason Naidoo, focusing on the later years of his career

Photographer James Barnor – Ever Young at 90

He tells the story of his becoming a photographer and photojournalist in Ghana and in London

The Portfolio: Cedric Nunn

"I went out looking for memorialisation."

The Portfolio: Phumlani Pikoli

'The process of writing in solitude is still puzzling. How am I alone when I have so many people inside me?'

The Portfolio: Oupa Nkosi

"I thought that by creating a ghostly image I would reflect what I was feeling inside me — a feeling heightened by the constant beating of the drum".

The Portfolio: Delwyn Verasamy

“The most beautiful portraits of humans often occur when a person allows you in to glimpse the vulnerability and rawness of their being.”

Wupperthal, a story not told

Like a magnet, the town attracts a journalist to fulfil a mission born decades ago

The Portfolio: Londeka Thabethe

"This image is important to me because it represents the day I made a conscious decision to open myself up to learning about and respecting amadlozi."

The Portfolio: Andy Mkosi

"I love storytelling. For me, the image, signifies that great element in my body of work, human interest."

The Portfolio: Tsakane Maubane

‘There is a heroism to photographing on film in the age of the fourth industrial revolution’

Who does popular representations of albinism serve?

Artists’ stated motives do not always tie neatly in with the perceptions and feelings of those being portrayed.

The Portfolio: Bonile Bam

" I didn’t want to chase them because my goal was not to go after the wound; it was to document life in the initiation school."

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