Meet our Exhibitors
Meet our Exhibitors
Sibusiso Gcaba developed his photographic abilities by
participating in the Market Photo Workshop”s
Photography Foundation Course in 2016 and earning an
Advertising Qualification with Umuzi in 2017
specialising in multimedia. In 2020, he enrolled in
Skyrink Studios’s Introduction to Film and TV Production
course. He also enrolled in an Advanced Photography
Course with Through “The Lense”.
Sibusiso has exhibited all around the world. Notable
group shows include the Yaounde Photo Festival in
Cameroon in 2019, the Summer Salon group exhibition
at the Bag Factory in 2019, and the 2021 FNB Art
Joburg Fair. In 2018, he was considered for the Lagos
Photo X National Geographics Portfolio Review Award
as a finalist. In addition, he was chosen to take part in
the 2023 New York Times Portfolio Review and
received the Market Photo Workshop 2022 Tierney
Fellowship Award. He did an art residence at the
uMhlabathi Collective and showcased at the Unfamiliar
Similaritiez group exhibition at Backdoor Gallery in
Gothenburg and Der Greif’s Past and Present
interactive group exhibition at Pinakothek Der
Mordene in Munich respectively. His work is the
expression of his life experiences, and other human
behaviour, the African environment and how it shapes
those who occupy it.
Photographer Manelisa Nene originates from
Durban, KwaZulu Natal, and is quite diverse. He
takes essential pictures of the people around him
and utilizes those images to comment on events
involving common people and street life. More
than perfection, he was interested by the tale
that an image might tell. His work has been
chosen for the 2023 exhibition at the American
Center of Photographers in USA (North Carolina).
Scenes from the diverse Durban surroundings
serve as inspiration for Nene’s photos. The
conditions surrounding freedom of expression in
the city during the apartheid era also influenced
the descriptions for my photos.
Twin sisters Noncedo and Nonzuzo's Carbon Copy Collective. Both of them are from KwaZulu Natal.
With the aim of debunking the false perceptions
of Africa, they produce images that are centered
on the real African experience.
They get their inspiration from commonplace
occurrences in daily life and find beauty in urban,
peri-urban, and rural settings. They see
cooperation as an effective tactic that backs up
the African proverb.
Ndlovu a national certificate in cinema and television in
2018. He also took part in the mentorship program
offered by Artlab Durban, and he is currently attending
the Durban University of Technology to advance his
He demonstrated his photographic prowess as a notable
photographer on the Imbewu Television series,
documenting the environmental settings in the KwaZulu
Ndlovu's image captions value local scenes and highlight
them through visual documentations that use camera
photographs to convey the scenario to the viewer.
Branson Meaker is a vibrant, enthusiastic, award-winning wildlife photographer. His upbringing was
surrounded by an appreciation of the African outdoors.
In the most amazing and perceptive ways, he interacts
with and honours Africa’s wild terrain. He uses the
photography language to uniquely depict the African
landscape of non-domesticated animals.
He uses the aperture to time unique wildlife moments.
He hopes to change people’s perceptions of Africa by
using these captions to tell a positive story that defies
prejudice and stereotypes. By introducing the audience
to his love of interpretive graphics, he hopes to