Scenes from the South | Zanzibar Views

‘Scenes from the South | Zanzibar Views’ brings the worlds of two Nobel Laureates, J.M. Coetzee and Abdulrazak Gurnah, to South Australia.

Offering perspectives on home, migration, memory, and questions around what it means to navigate borders in the world, this joint exhibition journeys across histories collected in original photographs, facsimiles, artefacts, and biographies. 

This exhibition is a partnership between the History Trust of South Australia, University of Adelaide School of Humanities, Amazwi South African Museum of Literature, and the Harry Ransom Center in Austin.

View of Simon's Town, Cape Peninsula, South Africa (Photo Credit: Kai Easton), and Ariel View, Zanzibar (Credit: Capital Art Studio)