Andrew Tshabangu (b. 1966, South Africa) is particularly drawn to the people, urban landscapes and domestic spaces of the city of Johannesburg. Over the course of twenty years, Tshabangu’s black and white photography practice has played a significant role in redefining the visual landscape of South Africa. The artist draws our attention to what he calls the quieter things of society, the idiosyncrasies of regular people, their transactions, movements, and occupancies.