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Joburg Ballet Giselle Monike Cristina Lauge Sorensen

Behind the lens: Lauge Sorensen

When Joburg Ballet’s resident photographer Lauge Sorensen was looking for a new creative approach to providing a different perspective for the upcoming ballet Giselle, he went back in time to

Thokoza Youth Photo Photography Festival students Johannesburg

Thokoza welcomes annual Youth Photo Fest

The Photo Fest presents a selection of photographic narratives developed by young photographers from Thokoza. This year’s festival programme will also include talks, panel discussions with renowned and emerging photographers as well

Lekgetho Makola q&a interview

Encore: Lekgetho Makola

Lekgetho Makola is the Head of Market Photo Workshop. His role is to lead and guide the strategic operational management and the artistic framework of programming of the organisation. Name

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

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

Tamara James Candice Berman

The Care of the Self

Tamara James confides at the outset that she comes from a family with a long history of mental illness. In stating this fact, she does not seek to reconcile herself

Johannesburg Then and Now

Johannesburg: Then & Now

Johannesburg Then and Now By Marc Latilla and Yeshiel Panchia | Publisher: Struik Travel & Heritage | ISBN: 9781775846178 In less than a century, the jumble of shabby tents and

Documenting the past and present

Documenting the past and present

The Art of Performance is a monthly column written by Dave Mann, an editor and award-winning arts journalist. From the outset, the Goodman Gallery’s On Common Ground seemed like an exhibition

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