French artist JR, uses huge photos of the faces and eyes of local women on houses in Rio’s favelas, to promote the key role of women in society.
This week we meet Cape Town photographer Johnny Miller, who has a keen sense of observing the world around him, and in his own words, isn’t afraid of much.
Dave Robertson is a self-taught visual artist, born in Zimbabwe, based in Cape Town . His photographic work is primarily a form of social commentary.
Architect and documentary photograph Warren Papier documents youth culture, street culture and minority movements.
Freelance street photographer David van der Want observes the streets of Cape Town and communicates something about the places and spaces people use.
“I use bodies, faces, words and backgrounds that might seem visible or invisible to extend the vision I wish to share.” – Okuhle Magcaba, eNca Online News Writer and Photographer. See what this young mover and shaker from Johannesburg had to say about the city.
‘The Lagos Tour’ is a new, monthly feature from Future Lagos that will explore Lagos using photography. This month we visited Surulere, initially a residential area that is becoming more commercial.
The art54 project that launched in Sea Point last week has opened dialogue between artists and government on the future of public art in Cape Town.
Devesh Uba (Snap it Oga) is fascinated with the smiles and culture of Nigeria. While living in Lagos, he captures the mosaic of human beings, colours and art using street photography.
Main Road Chronicles is an ongoing street photography project by Guy Neveling and Paul Cocks. Sometimes walking together but mostly hitting the road on their own, Guy and Paul shoot with Main Road, Cape Town as their subject, give or take a few roads running parallel.