Tshepo Moloi

Tshepo Moloi

Bio

Tshepo Moloi is a Johannesburg based documentary and street photographer who focuses on topics such as migration, belonging, community and its subthemes.

He was born in Johannesburg and grew up in the rural Daggakraal, Mpumalanga. After completing high school 2015, he became interested in photography and film-making, He then started experimenting with photography around his community. In 2016, he was part of a group show, ‘Fluxus Now’, by Space Space Gallery in Johannesburg. In 2017, He joined Market Photo Workshop, where he completed a photography foundation course. His previous showcases include: ‘Photo Workshop 17’, at the Market Photo Workshop Gallery. ‘Howdy’ by Space Space Gallery in Switzerland, ‘Spring Exhibition’, at  Julie Miller Art, Johannesburg , ‘awayfromthekeyboard.gif’ at A4 Arts Foundation, Cape Town, ‘Beauty/?’ by K.L.8, Belgium, ‘The Portrait Show’ by Through The Lens Collective in Johannesburg, ‘The Precarity of Spectacle’ at Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town, ‘Urban Myths’, Berman Contemporary, Amsterdam, ‘PAPER Exhibition’, Turbine Art Fair and an online exhibition with Through The Lens Collective and Kampala art biennale.

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