This event is part of our Past Programme
Hear Anke Loots and Nonzuzo Gxekwa in conversation with curator Julie Bonzon
To mark their current exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery Print Sales, join artists Anke Loots and Nonzuzo Gxekwa as they give insight into photographic practice in South Africa today. The discussion will be moderated by art historian and guest exhibition curator Dr Julie Bonzon. These two photographers are part of a new initiative, The Photographic Collective, a not-for-profit enterprise that aims to bring visibility to artists living and working in Africa, especially those without gallery representation. Through their distinct visual narratives, both Loots and Gxekwa seek beauty in the every day, creating empowering and lyrical representations of South Africa, its people and places.
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Watch the Live Stream from Mon 12 Jul, 18.30 BST
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