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Thabiso Sekgala was born on 1981 in South, is a South African photographer. At 33 years old, Thabiso Sekgala height not available right now. We will update Thabiso Sekgala's height soon as possible.

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Thabiso Sekgala Net Worth

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Thabiso Sekgala (1981 – 15 October 2014) was a South African photographer. His work was about "land, peoples’ movement, identity and the notion of home". Sekgala's photography was published in a book, Paradise (2014) and exhibited posthumously at the Hayward Gallery in London.

He died on 15 October 2014 of suicide, aged 33, a few months after the death of his grandmother. He had a son and a daughter.


In 2012 Sekgala and Philippe Chancel "travelled to Magopa to investigate the problem of contemporary restitution of land in the so-called Black Spots, from which black South Africans were expelled under the apartheid-era “forced removals” programme". In 2013 he lived in Kreuzberg in Berlin for a year-long residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and undertook a two month residency at HIWAR/Durant Al Funun in Amman, Jordan.


He studied photography at Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg from 2007 to 2008. His photographs were, in the words of Hannah Abel-Hirsch writing in the British Journal of Photography, "united by their exploration of the notion of home, and the social, political, or economic conditions that may shape our relationship to it."