… in this city an exhibition by Mack Magagane

… in this city is a progression of Magagane’s previous series Light Hours which explored urban spaces in the city of Johannesburg from the perspective of inner city rooftops, seen at night. In his new body of work his encounters take a more intimate perspective, of the momentary aspects of ordinary life in Johannesburg. It is here that Magagane captures the brief encounters, transitory instants, fragments of narratives. 

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Press Release: Top Photographers Exhibit in Melville 3-4 Dec 2011

Flower on the Shore by Pieter de Ras

Seven of South Africa’s most renowned photographers are combining their talents to bring to Johannesburg a feast for the eye on the weekend of 3 and 4 December.

Talents of note will display some of the best work of fellows and associates of the Professional Photographers of Southern Africa, in the Sancta Sanctorum art studio at 34 Fifth Avenue, Melville.

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Vega Exhibition Opening 25 November 2011

Vega Pretoria’s highly innovative students have done it again! An impressive body of photographic work is on display for all visitors from Pretoria and the surrounds that are interested in viewing and purchasing a variety of photographic gems. Visitors are invited to share in the magic at the opening of the exhibit on the 25th … Read moreVega Exhibition Opening 25 November 2011

David Goldblatt Exhibition at Market Photo Workshop

Fale le Fale
an exhibition by David Goldblatt
Wednesday 15 June 2011
Founder of the Market Photo Workshop, David Goldblatt, celebrated his 80th birthday in November 2010. In recognition of his extensive contribution, not only to the Photo Workshop, but also to photography in South Africa, we cordially invite you to the opening of his first exhibition at The Photo Workshop Gallery: Fale le Fale.

Main Street Life launches Exhibition Spaces & Rooftop Bar

Sunday 10 April, from 10am – 4pm 286 Fox Street, The Maboneng Precinct, Johannesburg City Inside the residential complex of Main Street Life there are several exhibition spaces for artists to exhibit their work in a range of artistic disciplines from Fashion Design to Visual Art. On Sunday, 10 April, the Main Street Life rooftop … Read moreMain Street Life launches Exhibition Spaces & Rooftop Bar

Exhibition: Working the City – 17 March 2011

The Market Photo Workshop cordially invites you to the opening on Thursday the 17th March 2011 at 17h30 at The Photographer’s Gallery at The Market Theatre. The exhibition will run until the 21st April 2011.

Working the City is a culmination of a participatory photography project which worked with migrant women involved in sex work in the inner city of Johannesburg. The project, which ran for ten days in 2010, worked in collaboration with ongoing research that is being undertaken with women involved in sex-work in inner-city Johannesburg.  It is hoped that the images selected with the participants and displayed, and the accompanying narratives, will contribute to an increasing body of knowledge relating to the experiences of migrant women involved in sex work and how they (re)present themselves, perceive and experience the city.

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Tom Buchanan Exhibition – 24 Feb 2011

Tom Buchanan’s exhibition ‘Portraits 1.0’ features 10 photographs taken on a 6x7cm camera using colour negative film. The images are printed a meter wide which is sure to make for a spectacular site. The exhibition will be held on the 24 February 2011 at the Exposure Gallery in Cape Town, the Old Biscuit Mill, Albert … Read moreTom Buchanan Exhibition – 24 Feb 2011

IN/OUT an Exhibition by Laurence Bonvin Open 9 Feb 2011

Bonvin will showcase two series of photographs focused on peripheral urban spaces, which she produced whilst in residency in Johannesburg and Cape Town in 2009. Her work is concerned with urban landscapes and asks questions about the functionalist architecture of South African cities and how it affects those who live there. A version of this exhibition was shown at Blank Projects in Cape Town in November 2010.

Christmas is a time to think of those less fortunate

Jan Hofmeyer Community Services is a non-racial charity organization registered as an independent, non-profit organization who currently provides one cooked meal per day, five days per week to approximately 134children, 100 Senior citizens and 103 unemployed and destitute people.

They receive no government funding and are totally dependant on the public and business sector to provide financial support.

Please join us at The Cow Artworks on

Wednesday 8 December 2010

from 18h00 till 20h00

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