Exploring the themes and practises shaping African photography today, the work of five photographers is displayed here as part of the new initiative, The Photographic Collective.
The Photographic Collective aims to bring visibility to artists living and working across Africa. This exhibition features work by artists working in Mozambique, South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo, from the dreamlike landscapes of Léonard Pongo to Mário Macilau’s explorations of religion. Other artists to feature in the exhibition include Amilton Neves Cuna, Anke Loots and Nonzuzo Gxekwa.
The exhibition features photographs taken in range of different styles including social documentary, intimate portraits, still life and ethereal landscapes, and illuminates the varied approach to contemporary African photography.