Artists / Exhibitions

Deutsche Bank KunstHalle will present seven rooms of Meschac Gaba's The Museum of Contemporary African Art (20 September - 16 November). Gaba's work is included, alongside Ângela Ferreira, on The Theatre of the World at Museo Tamayo, Mexico (12 June to 31 December).

Guy Tillim is included on Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern Age at the Barbican Centre, London (25 September 2014 - 11 January 2015). Tillim and Zanele Muholi have works on show at Les Rencontres Photographiques in Arles as part of the Typology, Taxonomy and Seriality: Photography group exhibition from The Walther Collection (7 July - 21 September) and both artists will exhibit at Romafotografia (26 September 2014 - 11 January 2015).

Zanele Muholi has solo shows at the EinsteinHaus in Ulm, Germany (18 September - 25 October). Muholi and Steven Cohen are both included on Where We're At!: Other Voices on Gender at Bozar/Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels (17 June to 31 August).
Related press: Interview by Pamella Dlungwana (Contemporary &, December 2013); Human Rights Watch video on Zanele Muholi (25 November); 'Power of the victor' (City Press, 7 April 2013); Interview by Bim Adewunmi (New Statesman, 30 March 2013); 'Saving Face: The Portraits of Zanele Muholi' (Time LightBox, 25 February 2013)

Edson Chagas and Portia Zvavahera are included on Shifting Africa - What the Future Holds at Mediations Biennale Poznań, Poland from the 21 September - 26 October.

Anton Kannemeyer is inlcuded on Color Theory, MUAC, Mexico City (27 September 2014 - 9 February 2015).

Pieter Hugo's Kin series will be exhibited at Fundacio Colectania, Barcelona, Spain from the 18 September - 10 December. Hugo's survey exhibition, This Must Be the Place, will open on 11 September at Centro Atlántico De Arte Moderno, Las Palmas, Spain and closes on 4 January 2015. His work forms part of the group exhibition Animalis at Fundación Forvm per a la Fotografia, Tarragona, Spain (4 July - 28 September).
Related press: 'Portraits of Reconciliation' (New York Times Magazine, 6 April 2014); In touch with Pieter Hugo's 'Kin' (Greg Nicolson, Daily Maverick, 9 October 2013); Kin reviewed (The Wall Street Journal, 20 September 2013); Sean O'Hagan on Kin (The Guardian, 10 September 2013)

Mawande Ka Zenzile is the recipient of the 11th Tollman Award for the Visual Arts.

Zanele Muholi and Andrew Putter are exhibiting alongside Yinka Shonibare MBE at the exhibition entitled Looking back at Zeitz MOCAA. This exhibition, curated by Mark Coetzee (Executive Director and Chief Curator, Zeitz MOCAA), considers the gaze in contemporary photography both towards history and the responsibility of the viewer. This exhibition runs from 16 July to 12 October 2014. ZEITS MOCAA, Zeitz Pavilion, North Wharf, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.

Nicholas Hlobo's Balindile II is on display at Centre Pompidou, Paris, as part of A HISTORY (art architecture design, from the 80s to now) and will run until 7 March 2016. A room of Hlobo's work curated by Kerryn Greenberg is part of the exhibition Energy and Process at Tate Modern, London.

Sabelo Mlangeni's work forms part of the group exhibition DOING HAIR: Art and hair in Africa at Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, taking place from 20 August to 2 November.

Paul Edmunds, Wim Botha, Conrad Botes and Simon Gush all have work on Artists Engaged? Maybe, curated by Antonio Pinto Ribeiro at Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian as part of the Next Future programme (21 June to 7 September).

Nandipha Mntambo and Sabelo Mlangeni have been nominated for the Aimia | AGO Photography Prize, Canada's leading contemporary photography award.

Pieter Hugo, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi and Claudette Schreuders are included on From Sitting to Selfie: 300 Years of South African Portraits at the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg (24 June - 6 September 2014).

Kemang Wa Lehulere work is on view at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, as part of the Baloise Art Prize awarded to him at Art Basel in 2013 (from 15 May).

Barthélémy Toguo has work on Vivre(s) at Domaine de Chamarande, France (24 May - 26 October).

Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life, curated by Okwui Enwezor with Rory Bester and including works by Jane Alexander, Jo Ractliffe, Guy Tillim and Sabelo Mlangeni, travels to Museum Africa in Newtown (after previous showings at the ICP, New York, and Haus der Kunst, Munich). The exhibition opens on 12 February and runs until 30 April 2015.

Zanele Muholi, Jo Ractliffe, Sabelo Mlangeni, Pieter Hugo, Guy Tillim, Berni Searle and Andrew Putter have work on Distance and Desire: Encounters with the African Archive, the third exhibition devoted to African photography and video art at the Walther Collection in Ulm, Germany. The exhibition, curated by Tamar Garb, runs through till 2015.