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On Activism, Toxic-gold-sniffing dogs and photography

Thank you to the many people who turned up for our first Cityscapes Live event yesterday at the Book Lounge in Cape Town. A full house attended Sean O’Toole‘s chat with British photographer Jason Larkin in a conversation that ranged from Larkin’s 2 year project photographing the mine-dumps which surround Johannesburg; the influence of other photographers […]

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Introducing Cityscapes Live!!!

Beginning on 10 July 2013; we will be hosting a series of events titled Cityscapes Live. These events, to be hosted initially in Cape Town, will feature conversations and interviews with some of our contributors, the occasional screening of a piece of film or documentary we are excited to share with some of our readers […]

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Twin Walk, Khartoum. By Emeka Okereke

Where Art Meets Journalism

In 2009 a group of Nigerian artists, most of them photographers, decided to set off on a road trip to Mali—with unexpected consequences.  Lagos is closer to Bamako than Barcelona is to Berlin. Extrapolating from this fact, if a journey between Johannesburg and Cape Town takes an uneventful 15 hours by car—roughly the motoring time […]

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