Market Photo Workshop Alumni project, this group exhibition explores the public space in the City of Johannesburg through the lenses of migration, commuting and health. These dynamics showcase the transformation of this diverse city towards a
socially integrated African city.
The photographs represent a selection of images produced by students of the Market Photo Workshop during their class related projects between the years 2012 to 2016.
Through U-Collaboration, the Market Photo Workshop partners with U-Care Medical Centre to promote emerging photographers and to give them the opportunity to exhibit to a larger public.
Park Station is the ideal space to make local emerging photographic work known to a wider public that does not usually have access to contemporary photography that is normally presented in traditional gallery spaces.
Photographers: Patrick Selemani, John Wessels, Kabelo Mokoena, Bongani Siziba, Sethembiso Zulu, Jane Haywood, Cornell Tukiri, Kaelik Dullart, Themba Mbuyisa, Katlego Samane, Bongiwe Phakati, Gontse More, Sipho Gongxeka, Morwahla Moeng, Tebogo Moche, Nathi Khumalo, Juliette Garms, Simphiwe Caluza, Annica Marincowitz, Phila Mashinini, Boitumelo Nkopane, Bonginkosi Magudulele, Smilo Zulu, Zandile Tshabalala, Tiisetso Lesotho, Cebile Ntuli and Zacharia Mashele.
Installation: Sipho Gongxeka an Alumnus of Market Photo Workshop
Curated by Nathi Khumalo an Alumnus of Market Photo Worksh