A Summer of Diverse Photography

A Summer of Diverse Photography

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Until 23rd September 2017


"Buildings That Fill My Eye" Architectural Heritage of Yemen

This  photographic exhibition explores the astonishing variety of building styles and traditions that have evolved over millennia in a region of diverse terrains, extreme climates and distinctive local histories. Generations of highly skilled masons, carpenters and craftspeople have deftly employed the materials-to-hand and indigenous technologies to create urban architectural assemblages, gardens and rural landscapes that dialogue harmoniously with the natural contours and conditions of southern Arabia.

Usakos - Photographs Beyond Ruins: The Old Location Albums, 1920s to 1960s

An exhibition that centres on three private collections of historical photographs preserved and curated by four female residents (Cecilie //Geises, Wilhelmine Katjimune, Gisela Pieters and Olga //Garoës) in the small central Namibian town called Usakos.The photographic collections kept by the four women lay out the physical and social landscapes of the old location.


Mohau Modisakeng: Beyond the Liminal Space

Mohau Modisakeng uses the strong and impenitent presence of his own body to poetically portray collective memories that respond to the history of the black struggle within the context of South Africa. 


OPEN: Tuesday – Saturday 10.30 – 17.00

(Thurs late night opening until 20.00)
                        CLOSED: Sunday, Monday, and Bank Holidays