African Odyssey Photography Exhibition
Raw Vision gallery, situated at the foot of Cape Town’s famous Devil’s Peak, are excited to announce the extension of our African Odyssey exhibition. Not only is the exhibition now running until the Beginning of September it also has addition artists such a Marina Caro, a Spanish landscape and wildlife photographer. Vincent Da Silva, a local sculptor and Nick Aldridge, also a local talent known for his striking moody portraits and sensitive nature studies.
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Glimpses of Africa
The exhibition displays images from some of South Africa’s top photographers and aims to tell the story of the people living on this beautiful and diverse continent. It pulls together the varied aspects of Africa, and the portraits exhibited represent the people, races, religions and cultures that not only spark conflict on the African continent, but also build acceptance, unity and equality amongst all its people.
African Odyssey offers an untainted, honest and clear view of each destination. Breathtaking landscapes and tasteful portraits of African people from all walks of life are captured in the images exhibited.
By travelling and documenting their encounters, the exhibiting photographers have created simple and beautiful images of the people and their environments, images that are nevertheless also imbued with complex, interwoven undertones in the way their elements have been brought together.
Some of the photographers include Dave Robertson, Frank Gross, Glen Green, and award-winning Jeremy Howell.
Raw Vision Gallery is known for its ‘art with attitude’ and is situated right in the heart of Cape Town’s gallery-hub in the suburb of Woodstock.
Address: 89 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town.
Contact: Sandy/ Jess (+27 (0) 76 581 9468)
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. / Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A selection of images from the exhibition is shown below. They are available for publication upon request. More information on the exhibition and additional images at www.africanodyssey.org.