This exhibition brings together the works by two renowned photographers, Alfred Duggan-Cronin and Edward S. Curtis, who were respectively photographing in southern Africa and northern America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The title of this exhibition speaks to larger questions of looking, of limitations of temporality and definitions of being human.
Curators: Siona O’Connell & Dale Washkansky
Project partners & sponsors
We would like to thank the following people who made this exhibition possible:
• The McGregor Museum: Colin Fortune
• The United States of America Consulate General, Cape Town:
Amy Bell Mulaudzi and Mark Canning
• Christopher Cardoza Fine Art, Minneapolis
• The Centre for African Studies, The University of Cape Town, Assoc Prof. Harry Garuba, Assoc Prof. Nick Shepherd, Lucinda Diedricks and Lilian Jacobs
• Scan Shop: Russell Jones, Angela Tuck and Analiza Dourando