Cameraland hosts an exhibition themed Walking together – 25 years into the new South Africa, a street photography essay by Cape Town-based journalist Jacques Claassen.
This project, sparked after a walk with the Mandela Elders Organisation through the streets of Cape Town almost two years ago, is a visual narrative of present-day South Africa.
The exhibition is about a broken society and people with scars, some of which are invisible. It’s also about fostering social cohesion, healing and hope.
Street photography is widely regarded as one of the most authentic photographic genres.
Ideally, the resulting images serve as a mirror of society – a reminder of what it means
to share public spaces but also what it means to be human.
Venue: 68 Long Street, Cape Town
Time: Thurs Opening Night @ 6pm to 9pm | Monday to Friday 8am to 5.30pm