Charles Ngoma KaMphahlele

Course Assistant for APP

Charles Ngoma KaMphahlele is a photographer, born in Soweto, now residing in the East Rand (Rondebult, Ekurhuleni). In 2017 he began his studies at the Market Photo Workshop and completed the Advance Programme in Photography in 2018.

His photographic work explores the city scapes of Johannesburg, having a dialogue around colonial architecture and looking at how space shapes people. He works with video and collaborates with other artists on movement and dance in response to space, architecture and identity.

In 2018 KaMphahlele was part of the Thami Myele award, and won the Ekurhuleni Prize. He has participated in the Bronx Documentary Centre (USA) exhibition titled Transition South Africa in 2019. Has also been part of the ‘’, Yeoville Pan-African Market site specific group exhibition and publication in 2019. He was also involved in a collaborative project with the Market Laboratory 2nd year students in a play called Babylon 2019.