Discover a series of documentary photographs at the Durban Art Gallery

THE series of exhibitions and community engagement entitled “Revelations” is still on view at the Durban Art Gallery. It is a visual dialogue between two generations of South African documentary photographers Cedric Nunn and Samora Chapman, whose work exposes the daily struggles and triumphs of people in KZN.

According to the Alliance Française de Durban, the presenters of the exhibition, “The combined work of Cedric Nunn and Samora Chapman presents a photographic journey from the remote rural areas of Zululand to the streets of central Durban”.

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The organization explained in a press release that Revelations is a collection of works that asks a number of important questions through reflection and comparison between fleeting moments of ordinary life at KZN, captured three decades apart. The exhibition, initiated by the Alliance Française de Durban and the Durban Art Gallery, is in partnership with the French Institute of South Africa (IFAS) and the Center for Visual Methodologies for Social Change at the University of KwaZulu -Native.

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For more information, please contact the Alliance Française de Durban – [email protected] – 031 31 29 582. Revelations is at the Durban Art Gallery, 2nd Floor, Smith Street Entrance of the City Hall (opposite The Playhouse), Durban City Centre.

Gallery hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. DAG is no longer open on weekends.

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