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Nadine Hutton

Nadine Hutton is known as a photojournalist and a practicing photographer, filmmaker and performance artist. Nadine’s work is concerned with social, political and gender related issues. She was the chief photographer at the Mail & Guardian and has won several awards during 16 years as a photojournalist.
Nadine Hutton menacingly documents the places she occupies, be it the city as a physical, social and political space as well as exploring queer visual culture in South Africa and locating it within the global narrative by collaborating with queer artists who are also identifying, exploring and creating their ‘bodies of work’ in transition.

Short film credits

Image from Memoirs of a Killarney Houseboy

Memoirs of a Killarney Houseboy

South Africa | Sep 2012 | 15:00
The Killarney Houseboy is an older gay man who was once the (caviar and) toast of the gay rave scene. He takes care of the homes of residents in a hig...
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