Exhibitions List

Solo Exhibition projects:

2023

Pavilion Prototype 2: U406, Iziko Bertram House, Cape Town. 08 April 2023 to 30 February 2024.

2021
‘Lebitla la Ngaka’, Interfacing New Heavens, Javett Art Centre, University of Pretoria. 24 June 2021 to 09 January 2022. Pretoria, South Africa. Online component available: https://javettup.art/news/lebitla-la-ngaka

2019
Camera obscura #0 Thabana ya Dafida, Ga-Sekgopo, South Africa.

2018
Lerumo la Mutwa, Museum Observatoire de Genève, Switzerland

2017
Camera Obscura #5 A Character’s Quest, Künstlerhäuser Worpswede, Germany

2016
Camera Obscura #3 Projections, A4 Art Foundation, Cape Town
Camera Obscura #2 Kheipone, Wits Art House, Johannesburg

2015
Gae Lebowa–Fieldworks, Masalanabo High School, Bolobedu

2010
Gae Lebowa, Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg
Gae Lebowa, Völkerkunde museum, Vienna

Curatorial projects:

2023
––defunct context: Event Horizon. Pavilion Prototype 2.  Cape Town. 30 May 2023 to 30 July 2023. (with artist Kamil Hassim and curated by Sihle Sogaula)

2019
––defunct context: Ejaradini. Anthropology Museum, Johannesburg. (Collaboration with artist collective MADEYOULOOK and Birgitta Stone-Johnson (Wits Department of Architecture and Planning))
Ethnographically Intimate, Images from the Colonial field. Anthropology Museum, Johannesburg. (Collaboration with independent visual artist and film curator Catarina Simão and Caio Simões de Araújo (Centre for Indian Studies in Africa, Wits University))

2017
I am an invisible man … .  Outdoor Film screening at the St. Peters’ Lawns, Rhodes University, Grahamstown. (in Collaboration with Curator Mbali Khoza and Kabelo Malatsie).
Uzoyithola kanjani uhleli ekhoneni. Instruction based pop up exhibition hosted at the Photography Department, Rhodes University, Grahamstown. (in Collaboration with Curator Mbali Khoza and Kabelo Malatsie).
Selected group exhibitions:

2021
Handle with Care, Javett Art Centre, University of Pretoria. 8 May 2021 to 31 January 2022. Pretoria, South Africa.

2020
‘Episōdo 02, Deliberations on Discursive Justice - Scenography for Suspended Time’ presented as part of After Glows 2020 Yokohama Triennale. Johannesburg, 3 July to 14 August 2020. Online Walkthrough Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZxARbVeKJ8&feature=emb_logo

2019
Humanism 2020?, Markers_2 exhibition series. 1 Poria Gallery, Tel  Aviv, Israel.

2017
Lifescapes: Six Object Biographies, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg.
Afrotopia 2017, Bamako Encounters, Bamako, Mali

2016
Jerusalem Show VIII Before and after Origins, 3rd Qalandiya International Biennale, Jerusalem, Israel

2015
Telling Time 2015, 10th Bamako Encounters, Bamako, Mali

2014
Nestling Narratives, Goethe on Main, Johannesburg
In Between, Auf dem heiligen Berg Ethnographic Museum, Wuppertal

2013
Between the lines, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town

2012
Imperfect Librarian, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town
Dithugula tša Malefokana: Seeing other people’s stories, telling tall tales, The Parking Gallery, Johannesburg
Month of Photography (MOP 5), The Good Hope Castel, Cape Town

2011
Agter die Berge The Joburg Fringe Video Berlin, 7Hours, Berlin

2010
Joburg Fringe 2010 VideoART!, Various venues in Johannesburg, Johannesburg
Private viewing-South African VideoART, D21, Leipzig
New African Photography, Gallery MOMO, Johannesburg

2007
Sasol New Signature, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria


Exhibition Catalogues/Photobooks/Pamphlets:
Mahashe, T.G. 2021. Mashogojo, Mašokošoko, Boshokoshoko: notes for a story yet to be written. Iteration 1, copper and brass wire bound notebook series printed on occasion of the exhibition Handle with Care presented at Javett Art Centre. 50 units published. Iteration 1a Available for download: https://lebitla-la-ngaka.yolasite.com/ws/media-library/40110fea5acc4e1793cc94c5ce8b2266/mashogojo-iteration-1a-.pdf

Discursive Justice. 2021. ‘The worm Shamir excerpt’. After Glow Yokohama Triennale 2020. Organising Committee for Yokohama Triennale. 137.

Mahashe, T.G. 2016. Camera Obscura #3-Projections. A4 Arts Foundation: Cape Town. Book 1 of A4 special publications, 100 units published. Available for download: https://a4arts.org/Publication-of-Camera-Obscura-3-1

Mahashe, T.G. 2015. ‘MaBareBare’. Telling time: Rencontres de Bamako Biennale Africaine de la Photographie. Eds. Silva, B., Byrd, A. & Chatap, Y. Heidelberg: Kehrer Verlag. 134–139.

Mahashe, T.G. 2015. Gae Lebowa Fieldworks. Centre for Curating the Archive: Cape Town. Notebook series 2, MaBareBare project. 300 units published.


Mahashe, T.G. 2012. Dithugula tša Malefokana. Centre for Curating the Archive: Cape Town. Notebook series 1, MaBareBare project. 50 units published.

Mahashe, T.G. 2006. ‘Johannesburg’ in Youth to Youth. ed. Hallett, G. Witwatersrand University Press: South Africa. Cover, 13–15 and 42–45.

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