The Portfolio

The Portfolio: Tsepo Gumbi

With the Sharpeville massacre in mind, Kwanele Sosibo takes a look at how Tsepo Gumbi’s collection of photographs are a necessary intervention

The Portfolio: Bale Legoabe

"Working on Occupying the Fatuous State of Severity, for me, goes back to how art creates dialogue, especially among several artworks in communication with each other."

The Portfolio: Stefan Naudé

Print is not dead. It is just collectable now. Publications have become desirable to archive: collectable omnibuses documenting subgenres and their...

The Portfolio

"The photographs in the series act as a symbol of, or a witness to, the economic imbalance that exists in contemporary South Africa, where people increasingly inhabit contrasting economic realities."

The Portfolio: Mxolisi Dolla Sapeta

"My narratives are fragmented, characters and objects isolated and stripped down."

The Portfolio: Sethembiso Zulu

My photographs make for detailed stories and use symbols that are meant to be read and analysed with an open mind.

The Portfolio: Niamh Walsh-Vorster

"Even though this series was about being in a familiar space, it could be seen that I would intentionally place myself on the periphery"

The Portfolio: Lidudu’malingani

"At the heart of my work is what I choose to leave out. This is physically illustrated in framing a photograph."

The Portfolio: Deseni Soobben

"I always felt awkward photographing people in desperate, unfortunate conditions. What do you say? How do you comfort? Is “sorry” ever enough?"

The Portfolio: Sue Nyathi

"Writing might seem like a lonely craft, but I am not alone because my characters keep me company"

The Portfolio: Tseliso Monaheng

"Prophets of Da City also represent what hip-hop heads become when they grown older."

The Portfolio: Khulile Nxumal

"Writing poetry requires you to reach a level of clarity and enjoyment of your voice."

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