In this visionary photographic exhibition, legendary commercial photographer, Siphiwe Mhlambi, takes a bold and crucial look at jazz as a special art form.Read More
Ballen on Film is a retrospective exhibition showcasing nine films of which Roger Ballen was either the subject, the inspiration, the writer, producer or director. It documents his development as he moved from photographing the exterior to the interior psyche; from straightforward photographs to all-out stage productions with props and drawings; and from documentary photographer to music video director for Die Antwoord.Read More
"Mandela100 The Exhibition" celebrates Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday by showcasing rarely seen historical images, invaluable archival documents and letters written to Mandela by children of all ages. It is a collaboration between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and FotoZA Gallery.Read More
A photographer is a storyteller. A storyteller who does not need any words to tell their story.
By combining technical skills and an appreciation for observing the world around us, a photographer is able to capture a moment that will forever encapsulate how rich reality truly is.
Reflections is an exhibition that uses the medium of photography to explore the concept of the Other in South African contemporary life.
DocuFestAfrica: The Exhibition is a documentary show reflecting all walks of life during the apartheid era, from violent conflict, to peaceful protests, army conscription, everyday life and the development of Johannesburg.Read More
“Disrupted” started off as a project capturing traditional black and white landscape images of one specific site. As my awareness shifted, I started using colour to portray the harsh reality of the disruption of our landscapes as witnessed further afield. I have included both as each tell their own tale.Read More
Follow That Dream, a retrospective of internationally acclaimed South African photographer Obie Oberholzer’s prolific career, which has included 35 solo exhibitions in South Africa and 12 international solo exhibitions.Read More
2017 saw MILLENNIALS tackling the stigma that surrounds photographers on Instagram and whether or not their work could be considered ‘Art’. This year we want to highlight the role that Instagram has played in helping to build a thriving, active, close knit community of photographers in South Africa.Read More
The #OvernightRush is a project that brings together young photographers to celebrate film photography as a particular craft in the digital age, with the constraints of the medium aiding the creative process.Read More
What happens when a piece of clothing washes ashore on a beach?When sun, sand, wind and water, ebb and flow and begin playing with it. Shaping it, moving it around, washing it, tearing it, bleaching it.Read More
Michael is one of South Africa’s most prestigious stills photographers, having travelled the world shooting for various clients. From Morocco to New York he has shot countless advertising campaigns always ensuring that he gives his all to each project.Read More
An exhibition of Simon’s images featuring art pieces constructed at AfrikaBurn over the years, this tribute to the artists and builders who make the event so incredibly special, will run until the 18th November.Read More
“The Rural Image” by Ennio Calvani explores some of South Africa’s forgotten, desolate rural areas and takes a look at the mundane and turns it into art.Read More
In this series by David Epstein, we see work from Epstein that covers both landscapes as well as portraiture and forces the viewer to take a step back and peer “Through the looking glass”.Read More
We are excited to announce our next exhibition by Emil Wessels: MC1R; The fiery exhibition showcasing over 80 beautiful portraits of people with the recessive MC1R gene (the redhead gene).Read More
We are proud to announce the launch of our next exhibition; ‘MANDELA 99’. This year saw the country celebrating 99 years since Mandela’s Birth.Read More
June 1st marks the official launch of FotoZA’s Gallery and Coffee shop. We are aiming to be South Africa’s biggest fine art photographic gallery.Read More
We are excited to announce our ‘Pet star’ Photographic exhibition that will be held in the gallery from the 9th of April until the 23rd of Apri, 2017.Read More
On Freedom Day, FotoZA Gallery will be hosting a unique concert to pay homage to one of South Africa’s world acclaimed photographers, Dr. Peter Magubane.Read More
We feel extremely fortunate and honoured, to announce today on Reconciliation Day, that FotoZA, the first gallery in South Africa dedicated to photographic fine art, will be re-opening after a 12 year absence on Monday, January 30th in Rosebank, JHB.Read More