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Oluwaseye Olusa photographer photography Africa Nomzamo Mbatha

Behind the lens with Oluwaseye Olusa

Creative Feel’s vibrant, yellow May cover featuring Nomzamo Mbatha, has been one of our most talked about, with many asking us who took the photograph. Creative Feel sat down with the photographer, Oluwaseye Olusa, to find out a bit more about him.  Creative Feel: Tell us

Market Photo Workshop photography South Africa

Photography is a living language

One of the most progressive and boundary-breaking training institutions in South Africa, The Market Photo Workshop, is turning 30 this year. Creative Feel takes a look at the origins of this institution and how it has impacted the lives of over 1 000 young South

Athi-Patra Ruga photography art auction

South African photography’s lucrative turnaround

Local art collectors have wised up to the fact that photography is a worthwhile acquisition, catching up to the international appreciation of South African talent.   In early 2018, Aspire Art Auctions and Strauss & Co, two rival South African auction houses, settled an uncertain

Yinka Shonibare Norval Foundation art gallery

TRADE WINDS: Yinka Shonibare CBE

The exhibition Trade Winds: Yinka Shonibare CBE at Norval Foundation brings together a series of artworks, including sculptures, photographs and a major installation, created between 2008 and 2018, which are connected through their use of Dutch Wax fabric. The exhibition is on show at Gallery

Everyone is Present Terry Kurgan

Everyone is Present

In this fascinating portrait of a family, Terry Kurgan, a well-known South African artist/photographer, uses the medium of writing for a series of meditations on photography that give us startling insights into how photographs work: what they conceal, how they mislead, and what provocations they

Jürgen Schadeberg Leica photography

Leica honours Jürgen Schadeberg for his lifework

The Leica Camera AG will be honouring Jürgen Schadeberg for his lifework and will become part of the Leica Hall of Fame. The international photographer and moviemaker is known for his images from Nelson Mandela.      To mark this occasion, the new Leica Flagship

Cyrus Kabiru

Cyrus Kabiru project, C-Stunners

Cyrus Kabiru was born in 1984 in Nairobi, Kenya, where he currently lives and works. Cyrus Kabiru is best known for refashioning waste and recycled materials into various forms as a humorous critique of contemporary living within Kenya. He is a self-taught sculptor, who has

David Goldblatt

A tribute to David Goldblatt

An exhibition of David Goldblatt’s personal selection of photographers opens in Johannesburg.      David Goldblatt, South Africa’s iconic documentary photographer has devoted his photography career to observe and document his country for over 60 years.      Globally known, respected and acclaimed for his

bandage the knife not the wound

Broomberg & Chanarin bandage the knife not the wound

Over one trillion images were produced in the world last year, mostly distributed on social media; mostly tools of self-promotion and self-flagellation. 24 April – 26 May 2018 Goodman Gallery Johannesburg      For the past twenty years, Broomberg & Chanarin have engaged in a

Justin Dingwall

Fly By Night

Fly By Night, the latest solo exhibition by acclaimed photographer Justin Dingwall, was shown in its entirety for the first time recently. With this body of work, Dingwall continues his investigation into the depiction of beauty in difference while focusing specifically on xenophobia, diaspora and

Drift Art

DriftArt: washed ashore and shaped by nature

Late last year FotoZA, a gallery in the Mall of Rosebank in Johannesburg dedicated to photographic fine art, presented DriftArt by Markus Wörsdörfer – a fascinating exhibition formed from early morning walks on a beautiful tropical beach in Zanzibar.      DriftArt looked at what

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Jaco Van Schalkwyk’s “Retroquire xiGubu”

Retroquire xiGubu Jaco Van Schalkwyk in collaboration with Allen Laing 1150 x 1540 x 1850 mm Mixed media installation  This artwork forms part of Jaco Van Schalkwyk’s solo exhibition Arium, which was exhibited at the Barnard Gallery, Cape Town from 22 August to 19 September

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