Using 35mm film, two Cape Town photographers explore and document the changes to one of Cape Town’s most vibrant districts, resulting in a contemporary look at the suburb, both old and new.

Where?
Field Office, 34 Salisbury Road, Woodstock

When?
Tuesday, 7 May to Friday, 31 May 2019

Time?
Monday to Friday – 07h00-16h00
Saturdays and Sundays – 08h00-14h00

Cost?
The exhibition is free, but do get a cup of coffee and a bite to eat at this friendly spot in Woodstock.

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Using 35mm film, two Cape Town photographers, Dave Harker and Jean-Paul Moodie, explore and document the changes to one of Cape Town’s most vibrant districts. “Finding Woodstock” is a contemporary look at the suburb, both old and new, and how they are all coming together.

Follow this photographic journey through the streets of Woodstock as the pair document the evolving landscape and identity of a suburb in transition, capturing its old world charm and rich cultural history, while interacting with a vast cross section of Woodstock inhabitants and its charismatic characters.

The exhibition will run for the duration of May at Field Office in Salisbury Road. Grab a coffee, enjoy a bite to eat and take a look!