Category Archives: We Love Photography

2016 Aug. 20 When Faces Meet in Joburg

… we do what we do best. Photos by Zanele Muholi Camera used: Canon 6d with 85mm lens on tripod How the photo was taken: 10 sec self timed… What’s the occasion: Faces and Phases photo shoot Who’s in the … Continue reading

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2015 Nov. 25: The best ‘black’ exhibition of the season

Photo album by Lebo Mashifane                                                 Read and view photos from Somnyama Ngonyama series, currently showing at … Continue reading

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2015 May 28: Day Two in London

  by Dalisu Ngobese Just two days in and I find myself giving another lost noob directions around London district, classic case of the blind leading the blind. I think it was beginner’s luck though, the guy just happened to be … Continue reading

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2015 June 15: Yithi Laba (We are Pioneers)

by Amogelang Senokwane What a weekend to remember. The experience was amazing. I prayed and hoped that it would not turn into a mini pride and thank God it was not. Instead it was a weekend filled with reconnecting with … Continue reading

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2015 April 28: New York diaries I – Lion King seen

Text by Thembela Terra Dick Photos by Muholi On Tuesday morning I woke up knowing that I will go to see the Lion King show at Times Square (TS). First I had to go with Bab’ Muholi to Brooklyn Museum for … Continue reading

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2015 March 21: Threesome of experts

Self-timed moments with Renee Mussai and Lerato Dumse. Location:  Islington, London When:  South African celebrated and commemorated Human Rights Day. Camera used:  Canon 6D on H304 manfrotto tripod at 10 sec. each photo. Sharing thoughts after brunch. Between the photographer … Continue reading

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2015 March 16: Response to Muholi – Artist’s Talk

@ UCL Centre for the Study of Contemporary Art at 6pm by Dr Cadence Kinsey Ahead of the exhibition opening, which is part of the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize, nominee, Zanele Muholi visited the History of Art Department at UCL to … Continue reading

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