The Open Society Documentary Photography Project invites you to an evening conversation with Lekgetho Makola, head of Market Photo Workshop, and contemporary artist Lebohang Kganye.
THE CENTRE FOR THE LESS GOOD IDEA is an interdisciplinary incubator space for the arts, based in Maboneng, Johannesburg. Founded by William Kentridge the Centre aims to find the less good idea by creating and supporting experimental, collaborative and cross-disciplinary art projects.
The Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden, Marrakech, opened internationally on 24 February 2018 with two exhibitions: a semi-permanent exhibition comprised of the Fondation Alliances’ collection and L’Afrique n’est pas une île ( Africa Is No Island ), an exhibition of contemporary photography from the African continent and the diaspora. The opening coincides with the first African edition of the celebrated contemporary art fair 1-54 in Marrakech. This timely collaboration between MACAAL and 1-54 creates a moment of heightened international awareness, illuminating the creative energy and cultural diversity that is prominent across the continent of Africa.
MACAAL PRESS REVIEWS
From 27 January until 6 May 2018 art venue Kunsthal KAdE in the city of Amersfoort, the Netherlands, will host Tell freedom, by all means necessary, a group exhibition with work by approximately fifteen South African artists, who critically engage with the past, the present and the future of South Africa, within a global context.
The first in a series of touring exhibitions conceptualised by KAURU Contemporary Art Project, Being Her(e) – a contemporary art exhibition opens at Galeria do Banco Económico, Luanda, Angola from 23 November 2017 – 31 January 2018. Curated by Paula Nascimento and Violet Nantume, the Luanda exhibition extends the conversations in Johannesburg over Africa Month with Being Her(e): Meditations on African Femininities.
A two-month group exhibition with following artists performing their work: Jodi Bieber, Noncedo Gxekwa, Dean Hutton, Matt Kay, Lebohang Kganye, Zanele Muholi, Masixole Ncevu, Cedric Nunn, Chris Saunders, Dave Southwood, Jansen van Staden, Andrew Tshabangu, Alexia Webster.
The Lucie Awards is the premiere annual event honoring the greatest achievements in photography. The photography community from around the globe pays tribute to the most outstanding people in the field.
The International Photography Awards (IPA) competition, a sister-effort of Lucie Foundation, announces its finalists for Photographer of the Year, Discovery of the Year, Deeper Perspective Photographer of the Year and Moving Image Photographer of the Year.
Lebohang Kganye is honored to be a winner in the category Moving Image Photographer of the Year with her work Ke sale teng.
Group exhibition with works of Giulia Andreani, Sammy Baloji, Léa Belooussovitch, David Brognon & Stéphanie Rollin Morgane Denzler, Léo Dorfner, Harald Fernagu, Charles Fréger, Agnès Geoffray Marco Godinho, Lebohang Kganye, Kapwani Kiwanga, Léa Le Bricomte, Sandra Lorenzi Lucien Murat, Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza, Régis Perray, Michèle Sylvander, Erwan Venn