Portfolio: Peter Magubane

Publications and exhibitions

Black As I Am. Authors: Zindzi Mandela and Peter Magubane. Year: 1978

Magubane's South Africa. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 1978

Soweto. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 1978

Black Child. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 1982

African Renaissance. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 2000

Arts and Crafts. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 2001

The BaNtwane: Africa's undiscovered people. Authors: Sandra Klopper and Peter Magubane. Year: 2001

Ceremonies. Authors: Sandra Klopper and Peter Magubane. Year: 2001

Dress and Adornment. Authors: Sandra Klopper and Peter Magubane. Year: 2001

Homesteads. Authors: Sandra Klopper and Peter Magubane. Year: 2001

AmaNdebele. Authors: Sandra Klopper and Peter Magubane. Year: 2005

Man of the people. Authors: Peter Magubane. Year: 2008

Solo shows

2011
Child Labour, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
2010
Mandela: Man of the People, Primitive Gallery, as organised By Columbia College, Chicago
Mandela: Man of the People, United Nations Headquarters, New York
The Sharpeville Massacre, Sharpeville Museum, Johannesburg
Mandela:  Man of the People, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
2009
Mandela:  Man of the People, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland
2008
Mandela:  Man of the People, Spruill Gallery, Atlanta
Man of the People, Schomburg Museum, Harlem, New York 
Mandela Man of the People, Robben Island Museum, Cape Town
Donating of Madiba: Man of Destiny exhibition to the Nelson Mandela Foundation, to be exhibited at The Foundation in celebration of Nelson Mandela’s ninetieth birthday

Solo exhibition, Rites of Passage, University of Johannesburg Art Gallery
2007
Mandela:  Man of Destiny, International Cultural Centre and Museum, Oslo (arranged By the SA Embassy, Oslo)
Women of South Africa, Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng
Women of South Africa, Umhlanga, KZN.  Arranged By South African Port Offices
Chief Albert Luthuli, Constitutional Hill, Johannesburg
Madiba: Man of Destiny, Red Location Museum, Port Elizabeth
2006
Women in the Struggle – 50th Anniversary, SA Embassy, Mexico
June 16 1976 – 30th Anniversary, La Mar de Musicas Festival, Spain
June 16 1976 – 30th Anniversary, SA Embassy, New York
June 16 1976 – 30th Anniversary, Mexico
Permanent exhibition, Chief Albert Luthuli, The Luthuli Museum, Groutville, Kwa-zulu Natal
Women of the Struggle – 50th Anniversary, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
Women of the Struggle – 50th Anniversary, Paccoffs Theatre, Bloemfontein
June 16 1976 – 30th Anniversary, Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg
June 16 1976 – 30th Anniversary, Parliament, Cape Town
Madiba: Man of Destiny, Durban Art Gallery, Durban
2005
California African American Museum, U.S.A.
Soweto, SA Embassy, Mexico
Mandela: Man of Destiny, various venues in London
Mandela: Man of Destiny, various venues in Scotland
Madiba: Man of Destiny, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg
Rites of Passage, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, for National Geographic Channel
Madiba: Man of Destiny, National Gallery, Cape Town
2004
June 16th 1976, Tulip Hotel, Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
Ndebele Culture, New Orleans Jazz Festival, New Orleans, U.S.A.
Madiba:  Man of Destiny, Bayworld Museum, Port Elizabeth
Madiba: Man of Destiny, opening in Orlando East Community Centre, Soweto, for awarding Former President Nelson Mandela the Freedom of the City of Johannesburg
2002
Ndebele Culture, in Portugal (via SA Embassy)
Ndebele Culture, at the African Museum, Paris, France (arranged By SA Embassy in Paris)
Vanishing Cultures of South Africa, at the Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg
Child Labour, at the Johannesburg International Airport
2000
Women of South Africa, at NIZA, Netherlands
Ndebele Culture, at the Media Forum, Johannesburg
1999
Women of South Africa, Amatole Museum, King Williams Town
June 16th – Never, Never Again, Bayworld Museum, Port Elizabeth
1998
Women of South Africa, at the East London Museum, East London
1997
Women of South Africa, Netherlands Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Women of South Africa, at the East London Museum, East London
1996
Women of South Africa – Fight for Freedom, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
20th Anniversary, June 16th – Never, Never Again, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
1989
Child Labour, Market Theatre Gallery, Johannesburg
1984
Torkans Ansikte (Famine in Ethiopia and Somalia), at Kultuur Huset, Sweden
1982
Leitz Gallery, Wetzlar, Germany
1981
Solo exhibition at State University of New York, Old Westbury, U.S.A.
Ndebele Culture, Kultuur Huset, Stockholm, Sweden
1980
Photographer’s Gallery, London, U.K.
East Berlin, Germany
Solo exhibition at theRiverside Drive Church, New York, U.S 
1979
International Centre of Photography, New York, U.S.A.
1975
Black as I am, at the Shell Gallery, Cape Town
Solitude, Durban
1974
Solitude, Carlton Centre, Johannesburg
1964
Cologne, Germany, Travel sponsored By Mary Oppenheimer
Solo exhibition at the London School of Printing, London, U.K. Travel sponsored By Mary Oppenheimer
1963
Solo exhibition on Children at Adler Fielding Gallery, Johannesburg Exhibition sponsored By Mary Oppenheimer
1958
SA Best Press Pictures of the Year, Johannesburg
1957
SA Best Press Pictures of the Year, Johannesburg

Group shows

2010
South African Photography 1954 to present, Museums in Berlin and Goch, Germany
2006
South Africa’s Musicians, Jazz Festival, Cape Town
2005
SA Embassy, New York
2004
June 16th 1976, Moscow, Russia (as part of 10 Year Democracy celebrations – SA Embassy)
2002
exhibition of SA Photographers at the Axis Gallery,  New York, U.S.A.
Sophiatown, Museum Africa, Johannesburg
2001
A travelling exhibition of SA Photographers in Germany, entitled: Soweto, A South African Legend.  Kultuurefet, LH Munchen Gasteig Willy Brandt Haus, Berlin. Deutsche Evangelische Kitchentag, Frankfurt. Kultuur Cooperation / Eine Wette Netzwerk, Hamburg. Stadt Haus, Bonn
Group exhibition of African Photographers, Photographic Resources Centre, University of Boston, Boston, U.S.A.
1998
Group exhibition at Under the Tropic National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
1997
Group exhibition of Award Winning Photographers. MOTHER JONES The 1997 Awards:  An exhibition at the UNICEF House, New York, U.S.A.
1994
Group exhibition,focus on Ndebele Culture, SA National Gallery, Cape Town
1984
American Photographers, at the Studio Museum, Harlem, New York, U.S.A.
1983
American Photographers, at the Schemburg Museum, Harlem, New York, U.S.A.
1981
SOUTH AFRICA – SOUTH BRONX.  An exhibition By Peter Magubane and Walter Rosenblum, Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, State University of New York, U.S.A.
1979
International Year of the Child, at the Carlton Centre, Johannesburg

 

Last updated : 28-May-2015

This article was produced by South African History Online on 10-Aug-2011