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Wednesday, November 1, 2023
12 - 1 pm
Denning Family Resource Center, Anderson Collection at Stanford
Free and open to the public
Limited seating capacity
Sabelo Mlangeni is a contemporary South African photographer who has built his practice around intimate photographs that draw out the inherent beauty in the ordinary. His most recent exhibition, Imvuselelo: The revival, is at the Cantor Arts Center (September 27, 2023 to January 21, 2024).
Lewis Watts is Professor Emeritus of Art at UC Santa Cruz and a photographer, archivist, and collector of visual history. His research and artwork centers around the "cultural landscape", primarily in communities in the African Diaspora. Watts and Mlangeni first met in Johannesburg in 2018, during Watts' visit to South Africa for the "Black Portraiture(s) Conference".
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Photo credits: Sabelo Mlangeni – Courtesy of the artist and the Institute for Ideas and Imagination, Paris © Sabelo Mlangeni. Photograph: Ferrante Ferranti; Lewis Watt – Photo by Raymond Holbert
This residency is hosted by the History Department in collaboration with the Center for African Studies with funding from the Stanford Visiting Artist Fund in Honor of Roberta Bowman Denning.