Jodi Bieber is an internationally recognized, South African photographer, whose career spans over two decades. I have admired her work since the beginning of my foray into photography. Against the backdrop of the 1994 Democratic Elections in South Africa, Jodi…

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2014-2015 by Matthew Bradley the artist’s recent photographic work. In this body of work he looks to his immediate environments and regular encounters for inspiration. Critically engaging with his surroundings he strips objects and situations of their context, attempting to re-imagine them, allowing…

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We’d always been to the CBD before; K even lived there at some point early in his childhood. But when we moved there in April, we really got to experience its true essence.  On our way to and from work,…

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This is a body of work I created within the first year of purchasing my camera. It shows me crawling through the exploration and understanding of the medium. It is by no way a well thought out project, but a…

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Read More Everyday street scenes (Tembisa) by Katlego Tshuma

A world with no photographs may seem like an unfathomable idea to some, but such a world had existed in history. Yes, the idea of capturing light through a pinhole to form an image dates as far back as Aristotle…

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