Andrew Tshabangu – Footprints

By: Creative Indaba

He is an immaculate story teller. He uses a  “documentary” approach in most of his  photographs.

Each of his piece is like a sight you have seen but chose to ignore because you’ve concluded that it is part of daily life here in South Africa. Andrew captures that moment. When you see it on the wall, it’s magical. You would have never imagined how beautiful it is until you come to the Standard Bank Art gallery and see a series of his work.

I looked at all of the pieces one-by-one tells a story of deep rooted South African, heritage, struggle and lifestyle.

Bible and Candle, 1999, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10

” VIDEO INTERVIEW.

Portrait of a Young Thwasa, 2008, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10. (c)Andrew Tshabangu and Gallery MoMo

Brazier – Joubert Park, 2014, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10. (c) Andrew Tshabangu and Gallery MoMo

Reflections, Alexander Township, 1994, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10

Women Praying at the crucifix, 2001, Archival Pigment Print, Edition 10. (c) Andrew Tshabangu and Gallery MoMo

Venda Traditional Dance, 2001, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10

Washing Clothes, 2003, Archival Pigment Print, Edition of 10 (c) Andrew Tshabangu and Gallery MoMo

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