Inequality: a different picture

From the 5th of February, the AFD will organize the photo exhibition "Inequality: a different picture" at Company’s Garden in Cape Town.


Launch of the exhibition

Agence Française de Développement (AFD) invite you to the launch of the photo exhibition Inequality: a different picture, taking place on Tuesday, February 5th at 4:30 pm in the atrium of the South African National Gallery, Government Avenue, Cape Town.

Introductory remarks by H.E. Christophe Farnaud, French Ambassador, and partners involved in this project will be followed by a walkabout of the exhibition in Company Gardens.

Kindly RSVP to confirm your participation.

For any queries, contact Chiara Frisone

An exhibition focused on inequality and social cohesion

Agence Française de Développement (AFD) is addressing inequality and social cohesion at the core of its work. Social justice and cohesion between generations, communities, individuals and social groups are key for economically and socially balanced development.

In line with its mandate, AFD has worked with award-winning South African photographer Neo Ntsoma to mentor budding photographers Andiswa Mkosi and Ross Jansen. Questioning pervasive stereotypes about ‘township’ youth, black fathers, and women’s abilities, the three photographers aimed to portray how Sibusiso Nyamakazi, Renshia Manuel and Bulelani Futshane have confronted
various forms of inequality to realise their passions, sustain themselves and their families, and ultimately bring change in their communities.

This photo project was realised in partnership with Igalelo, an NGO dedicated to equipping entrepreneurs from underprivileged areas of Cape Town with valuable skills such as marketing,accounting and management, which are essential to build a successful and sustainable business.

IGALELO is part of the INCO network, a global network of impactful startups.

Download the catalogue of the exhibition:

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(PDF - 2.9 Mb)

- When ? From the 5th February
- Where? Company’s Garden, Cape Town
- Free entry
- Visit the AFD website

publie le 24/05/2019

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