Candice Jansen writes on photography. Her post-graduate studies started at Duke University where Jansen completed a Masters of Liberal Studies as an American Association of University Women Fellow in 2014. She spent a year at Duke’s Centre for Documentary Studies as Exhibition Assistant where Jansen co-curated, BINNEGOED: Coloured & South African Photography (2015). She conducted her doctoral research at WiSER (Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research) as a PHD fellow in Art History. Her dissertation, COLOURED BLACK: The Life & Works of South African Photographers, Cedric Nunn and Ernest Cole (2019) was completed at Northwestern University’s Program for Critical Theory in the Global South, as a Pre-Doctoral Fellow. Jansen has written and spoken on photography for the Toronto Photography Seminar, Aperture, Centres for Learning Photography in Africa, the Johannesburg Art Gallery, the University of Cape Town’s Centre for Curating the Archive, the Tate Modern, and the International Workshop in Visual History & Theory at the University of the Western Cape. She is responsible for research, archives, & exhibitions programming at the Market Photo Workshop.