South African photographer Daniel Naudé examines the relationship that cattles have in societies in Uganda and Madagascar. Current Exhibition at the Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town, 10 April -24 May 2014. The gallery is open from Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturday 10am to 1pm
Photographer Pierre-Yves Babelon captures life along the railways of Madagascar.
The railway line connecting Fianarantsoa to the East Coast was inaugurated in 1936. The records speak of eight million cubic meters of material and 225,000 cubic meters of masonry for a journey of less than 170 km. The length of the strands of explosive … Continue Reading ››
Marsel van Oosten is a professional nature photographer from the Netherlands. Along with his partner videographer Daniëlla Sibbing, they organize specialized wildlife and landscape photography tours and workshops around the world. Van Oolsen has extensive experience working and travelling throughout Africa. He explains some of the creative process for some of his most famous photographs. Be … Continue Reading ››
The Fishers is a photo essay by photographer and Australian web designer Jason Strachan. The fishers was commissioned for the Big Issue, a popular Australian magazine, on the overfishing of third world countries. Strachan captured these photographs over a period of two weeks in Madagascar. Continue Reading ››
Nominated for Best Animated Short FIlm at the 2011 Academy Awards, this film by French Director Bastien Dubois, portrays life in Madagascar. This fantastic piece of animation experiments with new styles of animation as well as combining various mix media elements. Definetly gets our vote for the Oscar. PHENOMENAL!
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