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ART PRACTICE

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair – group show

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair – group show

Cuttings 1820 – 2020 – collaboration

Cuttings 1820 – 2020 – collaboration

in your place – group show

in your place – group show

The Rest is Memory – solo show

The Rest is Memory – solo show

With Pleasure – group show

With Pleasure – group show

No Simple Seasons – group show

No Simple Seasons – group show

PROJECTS

Unbreakable fragility

Unbreakable fragility

Daughters of Africa

Daughters of Africa

Cleaner Production

Cleaner Production

Africa! Ignite

Africa! Ignite

The Clothing Bank

The Clothing Bank

Behind the Faces

Behind the Faces

Burning Bright

Burning Bright

Keiskamma

Keiskamma

Young Change Drivers

Young Change Drivers

Green Scorpions

Green Scorpions

Living with Grief

Living with Grief

Mothers and Sons

Mothers and Sons

Into the great wide

Into the great wide

Kingdom of eSwatini

Kingdom of eSwatini

Lake of Stars

Lake of Stars

Salt

Salt

Saving Mussels

Saving Mussels

Room to Breathe

Room to Breathe

Sense of Calm

Sense of Calm

Where Rainbows Meet

Where Rainbows Meet

Home from home

Home from home

Bridging Waters

Bridging Waters

Street talking

Street talking

One child at a time

One child at a time

Water security

Water security

I love who I am

I love who I am

Tabula Rasa

Tabula Rasa

Life and times

Life and times

Trawling for a better future

Trawling for a better future

Women on the field

Women on the field

ABOUT

Pippa Hetherington (b. 1971) is a South African photographer and visual artist who has gained experience in lens based work and documentary over the last two decades. Her art practice asks questions around family, history, heritage, trauma and memory. Working with photography and textiles, she explores stories around loss, grief and remembrance. She is co-founder of Behind the Faces, a pan-African Women’s storytelling project, launched at Constitution Hill, Johannesburg in 2013. Her work has been published in international and national publications. She established an online photographic archive which is available through Africa Media Online. Her solo and group exhibitions include Cape Town, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Durban, Gqeberha (South Africa); London (UK); Dublin (Ireland); and New York City, and Washington, DC, (USA). She graduated with an MFA from ICP-Bard, New York in May 2019 and has been shortlisted for the Contemporary African Photography prize 2021.

    PHONE

    +27 (0)83 709 4979 South African Mobile
    +1 (347) 603 2311US Mobile

    EMAIL

    pippa@pippahetherington.co.za

    PUBLISHED WORK