Cedric Nunn

Cedric Nunn was born in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal on 22 December 1957. Nunn joined the progressive photographic collective, Afrapix, in 1983, and went on to set up an Afrapix agency in Durban in 1986. Nunn was one of the prominent photographers documenting the resistance against apartheid in the 1980s. In 1994 he was part of a team of photographers documenting South Africa’s first democratic election for the Independent Electoral Commission.

From 1998 to 2000 he served as director of the Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg. He teaches and mentors local and foreign photography students, and serves on the board of the Bensusan Museum of Photography in Johannesburg and the Council of the Market Theatre Foundation. He has also taught at the Wits University School of the Arts including the New York University Tisch School of Arts exchange programme and The School for International Training. Nunn has exhibited in various solo and group shows in South Africa, Africa, various parts of Europe, North and South America. Cedric Nunn: Call and Response, 2012, is Nunn’s most recent book.

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