Africa Media Online has established a strong presence at the Hilton Arts Festival this year, hosting both the World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 and nine presentations by some of South Africa’s foremost documentary photographers and curators of significant archives, under the banner of DocuFest Africa. Continue reading
One of Matthew Willman’s photos of Nelson Mandela.
THE life and legacy of President Nelson Mandela is being celebrated at the Hilton Arts Festival, which runs from September 15 to 17 at Hilton College. Continue reading
RUNNING until October 23 at the Market Photo Workshop Gallery in Johannesburg, is Martyrs, Saints, and Sell-Outs, a group exhibition featuring anti-apartheid photographers Adil Bradlow, Benny Gool, and Zubeida Vallie.
The exhibition is being hosted by the Market Photo Workshop, in partnership with the Centre for Curating the Archive, at the University of Cape Town. Continue reading
Re-Imagining Sharpeville – a solo exhibition by 2015 Tierney Fellow Tsepo Gumbi runs at the Photo Workshop Gallery at The Market until August 28.
His exhibition is a visual investigation of contemporary Sharpeville. Seeking to explore themes and subjects that are overshadowed by historic events of 1976, Re-Imagining Sharpeville examines the “township” with a fresh vibrancy and creativity, without losing the integrity of its historical significance. Continue reading
One of Meghan Kirkwood’s images which can be seen at artSPACE durban.
OPENING at artSPACE durban, 3 Millar Road, Durban on Saturday, July 30 at 11 am is Meghan Kirkwood’s exhibition, Fracking the Grid: Views from an Energy Landscape. It will run until August 18. Continue reading
Heels over Head. Photo: Vulane Mthembu
Enjoy Supper, Sounds and Stills with Heels over Head – a dinner, a concert and an exhibition – at The Plant, 5 Station Drive (off Umgeni Road), Durban at 7 pm on Friday, July 29. Continue reading
Extended until Thursday, July 28.
OPENING at artSPACE durban at 3 Millar Road, Durban, on Saturday, July 9 at 11 am is the exhibition ‘Seeking Permanence In A Transient World’, featuring the work of Samantha Boock. Continue reading
Sipho Mpongo – Born Frees
The KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood, Durban will once again be the Short Films Hub for the 37th Durban International Film Festival (DIFF). In addition, the gallery will be home to opening night film The Journeymen’s accompanying photographic exhibition entitled Twenty Journey from June 18 to 24. Continue reading
Turkey and family at home – Braklaagte. Photo: SAHA, photographer Gille de Vlieg
THE KZNSA Gallery in Bulwer Road, Glenwood is hosting the exhibition APPROACH: Cultural Production in a Shifting Social Context from Tuesday, April 19 to Sunday, May 8. Continue reading
Doug Morton and Nola Meiring. Photo: Supplied
PHOTOGRAPHERS, Doug Morton, from Pietermaritzburg, and Nola Meiring, from Hilton, have joined forces under the banner of Photo Finesse Africa, and will be staging an exhibition of their work at the beautiful Dunning Country House, on the outskirts of Merrivale, Howick, on Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24. Continue reading