Simon Gush
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

Iseeyou by Simon Gush is included in Avant-Noir Volume 3, a film programme curated by Greg de Cuir Jr that surveys recent work by African and African diaspora film and video artists, alongside those engaging with African cultures.

Zanele, Edson and Simon at Schwerin, Germany

Edson Chagas, Simon Gush and Zanele Muholi feature in a group show titled Madgermanes / Mystery Of Foreign Affairs. Spread across various locations, the exhibition 'searches for a collective cultural and political history that questions the motifs of home and hope, identity and affiliation, and focuses on the deconstruction of hegemonic concepts.'

Simon Gush at the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie

Simon Gush exhibits in the first edition of the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie themed Farewell Photography. The biennale was born out of what was previously known as the Fotofestival Mannheim-Ludwigshafen-Heidelberg, launched in 2005.

Somon Gush at the 12th African Cinema Festival

Calvin and Holiday by Simon Gush will be screened at 12th Festival cinémas d'Afrique. The chosen theme for this edition is 'meeting'.

Simon Gush on Encounters Festival

Invasion by Simon Gush is screening at the 19th Encounters Documentary Festival in Cape Town and Joburg. The film is a re-enactment of a first-person account of South Africa’s invasion of Lesotho in 1998, and was previously selected for participation at the 63rd International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen.

Simon Gush at Oberhausen film fest

Simon Gush's video Invasion, a re-enactment of a first-person account of South Africa’s invasion of Lesotho in 1998, has been selected for participation at the 63rd International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen. This will be the international premiere of the film, following its debut in Gush's recent solo exhibition The Island.

New African Photography in Ulm

Edson ChagasSimon Gush and Mame-Diarra Niang are included in Recent Histories - New African Photography at the Walther Collection. Featuring 14 contemporary artists of African descent, born in the early 1970s and onwards, the exhibition investigates social identity, questions of belonging and an array of sociopolitical concerns.

Various artists at the videobox festival

Video works by Simon Gush, Meschac Gaba and Robin Rhode were screened at the 2017 Videobox festival themed Noise and Movement

Afrique Capitales in Paris and Lille

Meschac Gaba, Simon GushNicholas Hlobo, Moshekwa LangaNandipha Mntambo and Guy Tillim are included on Afrique Capitales, curated by Simon Njami, at La Villette in Paris (including the Mois de la Photo) and the Gare Saint Sauveur in Lille.

Simon Gush at The Walther Collection Project Space

Simon Gush exhibits alongside Délio Jasse, Lebohang Kganye, Dawit L Petros and Zina Saro-Wiwa in Recent Histories: New Photography from Africa, the Walther Collection’s third exhibition on contemporary photography and video art from Africa and the Diaspora.

Gush awarded Tierney Fellowship

Simon Gush is the recipient of the 2016 Tierney Fellowship at Wits University. The fellowship supports emerging artists in the field of photography through an annual mentorship and partner programme.

Dak'art 2016

Simon GushNandipha MntamboBogosi Sekhukhuni and Kemang Wa Lehulere had work on the International Exhibition of the 12th edition of Dak’art, the Dakar Biennale, curated by Simon Njami. See Contemporary And for coverage of the biennale.

Simon Gush in Boston

Simon Gush exhibited alongside Francis Alÿs and Hiraki Sawa in While You Were Out, a show asking 'what happens when architecture is left unattended?' at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

 I Love You Sugar Kane
Ian Grose, Simon Gush, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Zanele Muholi, Serge Alain Nitegeka, Deborah Poynton, Penny Siopis, Mawande Ka Zenzile and Portia Zvavahera were included in I Love You Sugar Kane, curated by Zasha Colah, at the Institute of Contemporary Art Indian Ocean, Mauritius.