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Don’t Miss: Our weekly round-up of virtual and in-person events

From art exhibitions to film festivals, we’ve got your entertainment covered this weekend to the next The post Don’t Miss: Our weekly round-up of virtual and in-person events appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Art, Music, Film, Events, Friday, Film Festivals, Goodman Gallery, Gender-based Violence, Moffie, African Cypher, Aluta Amada, Basha Uhuru Creative Uprising, Cassi Namoda, Creative Uprising, Don’t Miss, Inkaba Yami


The images of ordinary Soweto that captured apartheid's injustice

David Goldblatt’s photo essay from 1972 is a key document of an era. Now he is the subject of a major show in LondonThe photographer David Goldblatt, the great chronicler of the apartheid era in South Africa, is to be celebrated by one of the first London art galleries to re‑open this month.Goldblatt, who died in 2018, has not been the subject of a major London show for more than 30 years. The new exhibition, David Goldblatt: Johannesburg 1948-2018, at the Goodman Gallery in Mayfair, will focus ...
Tags: Photography, London, Africa, World news, Culture, South Africa, Art and design, Mayfair, Johannesburg, Soweto, David Goldblatt, Goldblatt, Goodman Gallery


Old artistic forms find new mediums in uncertain times

Music, art and theatre are moving online as cultural workers adjust to lockdown The post Old artistic forms find new mediums in uncertain times appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Article, Artists, Live Music, Jazz, Friday, Livestreaming, Concerts, Goodman Gallery, Lockdown, Shirin Neshat, Quarantine, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Centre for the Less Good Idea, How to Disappear, Lindiwe Matshikiza


Artist Edits Photographer’s Picture, Calls It Art, Sells It As His Own

The more accessible your photography the more likely it is that someone is going to steal it or otherwise “misappropriate” it in this era of ubiquitous media. But what if you find yourself staring at your own photograph in an art museum, albeit with minor editing, and with a huge price tag to boot? Image via Rawpixel from Pexels.com. Then you would find yourself in the shoes of photographer Graeme Williams who saw his work on display, sans color, under the name of Hank Willis Thomas who is sel...
Tags: Photography, News, Williams, Thomas, Willis, Hank, JOHANNESBURG South Africa, Goodman Gallery, Hank Willis Thomas, Pexels, Rawpixel, Graeme Williams, Thomas Liza Essers


Photographer David Goldblatt, who chronicled apartheid, dies

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — David Goldblatt, a South African photographer who for decades chronicled the harsh fallout of white minority rule in his country, has died at the age of 87. The Johannesburg-based Goodman Gallery says he died “peacefully” at his home in the city early Monday. The gallery describes Goldblatt as a “legend, a teacher, […]
Tags: News, Ap, Johannesburg, David Goldblatt, Goldblatt, Goodman Gallery, Nation & World


Your chance to dial in to a digital Africa through art

Post African Futures, an exhibition of new digital art and performance by artists from various African countries, opens at Joburg's Goodman Gallery on Thursday. "I believe that the global view of technology in Africa is still a view with a very distinct bias - and that is a Western bias," she says while explaining her point of departure.
Tags: Africa, Joburg, Goodman Gallery