Next up in our Answers On A Postcard series, a visual q&a where photographers answer questions with their images, is South African documentary photographer Sydelle Willow Smith.
Thanks to DIY education project Waves For Change the young people of Khayelitsha are getting a chance to experience the transferable skills of surfing.
Author Jackie Higgins reveals the key trends and brightest talents driving street photography forward around the world.
Sydelle Willow Smith's latest exhibition, Soft Walls, shines a positive light on the relationships that bridge South Africa's xenophobic divides.
Former World Surfing Champion Shaun Tomson brings his lifelong learning to 71a - Huck's gallery in London - for an evening of inspirational insights on March 10. Join us!
Filmmaker Natalie Johns on her documentary I Am Thalente about a once homeless skateboarder and his journey from South Africa to California.
Jason Larkin's new photobook captures a portrait of Johannesburg's fractured plains.
Surreal and ludicrous Johannesburg tabloid headlines in new Laurence Hamburger book co-published by Ditto Press and Chopped Liver Press.
Considering the challenge young South Africans now face – following in the footsteps of a generation of freedom fighters.
HUCK takes a journey across the creative plains of new South Africa and finds out how the next generation see their future.
Otelo Burning is not your average surf movie. It’s the story of a young nation fighting for change.
The South African's transgressive energy helped make surfing a professional sport. But his determination then was nothing compared to when he was rocked by tragedy.