Salt Pile, Namibia, 2018

Namibian-born photographer Kyle Weeks explores the medium’s history and ability to establish narratives and identities, particularly of the African body and continent. From intimate portraits to vast landscapes, his work aims to expand the visual language and cultural dialogue of Africa. 

Kyle Weeks, b. 1992, Namibia, is based in Amsterdam. His work has been shown in solo shows at the National Art Gallery of Namibia, MOP6 in Cape Town, and Joburg Art Fair; group exhibitions in Detroit, London, New York; and a number of photography fairs, including Unseen Amsterdam, Photo London, and 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair. He is the co-founder of Cape Collective Assist, which provides photographic services in South Africa. 

Archival pigment print
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