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12 June 2021 - 30 July 2021

Walkabout: Saturday 3 July 2021 at 09:00 - 12:00

The Springs Art Gallery (SAG) is pleased to present Simphiwe Majozi’s debut solo exhibition Inhlambululo - exhibit new body of work and expresses his ongoing cultural beliefs and practices subjects through photography. 
Simphiwe Majozi (b. 1993 - Daveyton, Ekurhuleni East). In 2016/ 2017 he participated in the Ekurhuleni Art Development Programme, and in 2018 was part of the student exhibition ‘Beyond Teaching II’ at the Springs Art Gallery and ‘Art Goes Beyond Teaching II’ at Bodutu Art Gallery in Vaal University of Technology.  He completed a Foundation Course at the Market Photo Workshop in 2018, and in 2019 he joined the 6-month Narrative Course at Through The Lens Collective, where he developed the body of work Inhlambululo. A selection of the work has been shown at Berman Contemporary as part of ‘The Image Is Our Voice’ group exhibition in 2021.
“My images operate in this world, and in the place where our ancestors are watching over us. My work explores the IsiZulu tradition of Inhlambululo, whereby clothing and other items of significance are passed down to specific members of the family after the death of a relative. These inherited belongings act as channels for communication between the living and the deceased. My work reflects the continuous growth of the community and the strength of connections between past and present.”                                                                                                          
- Simphiwe Majozi

Participating: Simphiwe Majozi


Address: Library Building, Corner 5th Street and 6th Avenue, Springs, Gauteng
Tel: 011 360 2291 || Cell: 073 469 8817

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