Solo Exhibitions

My mid career exhibition “Between Darkness and Light” and exhibition “Quiet” are framed and available for future exhibitions. Please send an email to jodi@jodibieber.com for further specifications.

2021 Montelimar Photo Festival, France

2020 Addis Photo Festival, Ethiopia, December 2020 (postponed)

2020 Real Beauty/Between Dogs and Wolves, Howard  Greenberg Gallery, New York (postponed)

2020 Soweto, L’oeil Urban Photographic Festival, France  (postponed)

2019  #i Rencontres de Bamako, Mali

2019/2020  Making Feminism, The Syker Vorwerk, Germany

2019 #i Oliewenhuis Museum, Bloemfontein, South Africa,

2019 August Works on Gender, Vegesacker Geschichtenhaus,Bremen

2018 Between Darkness and Light, Selected Works 1994-2010. FotoZA, SA

2018 #i, Basha Uhuru Festival, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg, South Africa. June

2017 Between Darkness and Light, Fondazione Carispezia , Italy, December 2017

2017 Soweto , Nordic Light International Festival of Photography, May 3rd to May 7th in Kristiansund, Norway

2017 Between Darkness and Light , Oliewenhuis Art Museum, Bloemfontein

2016 A City Between, The Atrium Gallery, London School of Economics, UK

2015 Between Darkness and Light – South African National Gallery, Cape Town 

2015 Between Darkness and Light, Grahamstown Gallery, Grahamstown Festival

2015 Between Dogs and Wolves, Antalya Photo Festival, Turkey

2014 Between Darkness and Light, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, SA

2014 Quiet – Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa

2013 Between Darkness and Light, Museum Goch, Goch, Germany

2012 Between Darkness and Light, Stadthaus Ulm, Ulm, Germany

2011 Real Beauty, Oulu Museum of Art, Finland 2011

2011 Between Darkness and light: selected works 1993–2004, Goodman Gallery Cape, Cape Town,            South Africa

2009 PRAXIS. Art in times of uncertainty, Las Canas – 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

2008 Real Beauty, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa

2008 Las Canas, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia

2008 Survivors of Domestic Violence, Columbia University, Columbia, USA

2008 Between Dogs and Wolves – Growing up with South Africa, The Hereford Photographic Festival, Hereford, UK

2008 Las Canas, FotoFreo, Fremantle, Australia

 2006-7 The fear never goes away completely. But I can manage again. Mental Trauma and the Conflict in Aceh, Indonesia

2002 Mon Afrique du Sud 1994 – 2001, Visa Pour L’Image, Perpignan, France



2022 Dialogues in Transition, Photographs from the Walther Collection, K21, Germany

2022  Photo Book! Photo-Book! Photobook!, A4 Arts Foundation, Cape Town

2022 The Female Gaze, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York

2022  Ballroom Dancers, Screened on the dome of the Sala Sinopoli, in the center of the Cavea designed by Renzo Piano. Italy

2022 Art Theorema #3, a project developed by Imago Mundi Foundation, Italy

2021 African Feminism: Home of The Empties, Goethe Institut, South 


2019  The way she Looks, A History of the Female Gazes in African Portraiture, Ryerson Image Centre, Canada 

2019 On Main Road, Cyril, Ramaphosa Foundation, Constitution Hill 

2018 Spoke, Diewe end Digters, Aardklop Arts Festival, NWU Gallery  

2017 Resist(e), Nimes, France

2017 Urban Cadence, Kenyon College, Ohio, USA 

2017 Lilith curated by Jonell J logan at The LightFactory, CHARLOTTE, NC IN THE USA  

2017A Short History of South African Photography is presented as part of Fotografia Europea (5 May – 9 July 2017), an annual festival of photography in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The theme of this years festival is “Time Maps. Memory, Archive, Future”. 

2016 The Girls Basket – The National Gallery of Zimbabwe/Makarere Art Gallery, Kampala, Uganda 

2013/2014 Rise and Fall of Apartheid – ICP, NY and Museum Africa, JHB 2014 Haute Afrika – Foto-Festival Knokke Heist, Belgium 

2013 COMMITMENT#3, November 2013 at La Filature, Scène nationale – Mulhouse, France 2013 Russian Moments, The Russian Museum,St Petersburg

2013 My  Joburg, Maison Rouge, Paris, France 

2011-2012 World Press Photo exhibition, travelling exhibition beginning in Amsterdam and touring to 45 countries. 

2011 Taylor Wessing exhibition, The National Portrait Gallery, National Portrait Gallery London 

2011 Noorderlicht International Photo Festival, Groningen, the Netherlands  

2011 Figures & Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK 

2010-2011 South African Photography, Stadhuis Ulm,  Germany 

2010; Museum Goch, Germany; Willy-Brandt- haus; Johannesburg Art Gallery; Pretoria Art Museum 

2010-2011 Mother Nature Art and Psychology in Conversation, University Museum, Stellenbosch, South Africa 

2010 Borders, Bamako Biennale, Bamako, Mali 

2009 Human Conditions, Noorderlicht International Photo Festival, 

Groningen, the Netherlands 

2008-9 Las Canas, Foundation Jean Paul Blachere, France 

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