WITS ART MUSEUM_JOHANNESBURG
The solo show of ‘Legacy of the Mine’ in Johannesburg at the Wits Art Museum/WAM Gallery in conjunction with the Ernest Cole Award.
CTSP GALLERY_CAPE TOWN
The first solo exhibition of ‘The Platinum Belt’ exhibited in Cape Town at the CTSP Gallery with 43 prints on show. A dedicated permanent online platform for the project in conjunction with The Open Society Foundation for South Africa can be viewed via the project page.
EVERARD READ GALLERY_JOHANNESBURG
Curated by Musa N. Nxumalo
The Everard Read Gallery in Johannesburg presents the Mesh Photography Series, an annual photography program aimed at acquainting critical photography practice with audiences who have yet to engage with the genre.
The program assembles ideas that are written and explored by the Photographers independently; in other words the curator selects bodies of work, which employ an analytical approach in writing about ideas that directly and indirectly influence us on a daily basis, already established by the artists. These artists’ work becomes a gateway for us to achieve a fresh and broader understanding of our immediate and global community in a manner that we would otherwise not have access to.
IRMA STERN MUSEUM_CAPE TOWN
Exhibition and book launch of ‘Legacy of the Mine’ at the Irma Stern Museum in Cape Town. In association with the Ernest Cole Award.
A selection of works are currently being exhibited in a group exhibition titled - Africa - In the view of the photographers. At the Völklingen Ironworks, located in the German town of Völklingen, Saarland. The exhibition can be viewed through a dedicated virtual platform and is now open to the public till January 2021.