Posts tagged: South Africa

  • MAMA WATCH in Khayelitsha

    MAMA WATCH is a public art project, which can also classify as community development initiative. Starting in Cape Town, Khayelitsha, they approach the mothers of the community living in Harare and take their portraits; later they paste the huge portraits on a public wall for the wellbeing of the people passing by. Using photography and street art as crime… Read more »

  • Photography exhibition by Mads Norgaard at The Drawing Room

    This popup exhibition featured prints of Mads Nørgaard’s work from 2009 to 2014. A collection of photographs that were taken in Cape Town’s suburbs and inner city centre. Mads recently did an interview with Nomadiq Magazine in which he speaks about the work and his role as a White male and foreign documentary photographer working… Read more »

  • Magnum Fellowship awarded to South African photographer Sipho Mpongo

    The MAGNUM foundation “Photography and Human Rights” programme provides photographers from the Global South with scholarships and intensive training in the ethical use of photography in the advancement of human rights at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in New York City. This year sees South African photographer, Sipho Mpongo, joining the prestigious fellowship in… Read more »

  • SOULECTION Love Is King Compilation

    Soulection hit 200.000 listeners on SoundCloud today and released a compilation to celebrate the milestone. Soulection is a record label, radio show and niche collective of creative music makers worldwide.  The “Love Is King Compilation” is an unexpected Sade remix album and it is a real encounter – flips, remixes and chops for days. Have a… Read more »

  • Kaya Yoga with Ruqayya Bryce

    SoldierMuse met up with Ruqayya Bryce and we spoke about Kaya Yoga and how you can take a break from a stressful life and reconnect to your body: “I began practicing yoga while at university in America and was sold after my first class. I only went once a week but I always felt so much lighter and happier afterwards and… Read more »

  • Turning back the clock with Khumbula

    Law student Andile Biyana, fashion student David Maledimo and accounting student Bafana Mthembu form part of the fashion collective Khumbula based in Braamfontein. An ensemble of young creatives, priding themselves with the beauty of their continent and aim to showcase the art & science of craftsmanship in Africa. Here is what Andile Biyana had to… Read more »

  • Gabrielle Kannemeyer, Stylist

    Gabrielle Kannemeyer is a South African artist and turned fashion stylist. Represented by Infidels, Kannemeyer has worked on a variety of projects and campaigns for local and international clients, namely Puma, Mr Price, Teaser Magazine. Kannemeyer also worked on the amazing series of the talented South African menswear fashion designer Lukhanyo Mdingi‘s Iridescence collection in 2014, it was photographed… Read more »