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Experience our current exhibition.

Photo series ‘Gayle’

We are delighted to present our guests and visitors with our very first exhibition in our public spaces. This exhibition features a series of photographs by Ryan Jacobs. As a documentary photographer born in Cape Town and now part of the Blyb. team since last summer, Ryan brings a unique perspective to our community.

The photo series ‘Gayle’ is not only a tribute to the LGBTQ+ community and a personal portrayal of Ryan Jacobs’ journey, but it also reflects Blyb.’s commitment to openness and tolerance. We recognize our responsibility, as this building once served as the family and vacation home of one of the greatest Nazi criminals. By realizing projects like this, we aim to send a clear message against racism and discrimination.

Backgrounds

Ryan Jacobs began his career as a photographer at the newspaper ‘The Cape Times’ in his homeland. He has documented wars and social issues in the Middle East and Africa. His photographs have been published in numerous news publications. After an extensive journey, he returned to South Africa, where in 2021 he gained behind-the-scenes access to the LGBTQ+ community in Cape Town and documented it for several months.

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We are delighted to showcase a part of his culture, which is based on openness and acceptance.

‚As photographer being invited into this space, my goal was to represent a section of my culture, focusing on radical acceptance, respect and dignity and joy as resistance.  photograph who, not what.‘ – Ryan Jacobs

‘Gayle’ refers to the community’s own language, developed to protect people from homophobic, nationalist governments. Each photograph is named after terms in Gayle.

All works from the photo series are available for purchase in a limited edition of five numbered prints each. The prints are produced on high-quality Hahnemühle FineArt paper using premium printing techniques. The total size, including the frame, is 50 x 76 cm.
EUR 1000 frame included.
EUR 800 without frame.

Two of the works (Cindy and Amanda) are also available in a smaller size of 24 x 34 cm for EUR 90 each at our location. A list of all works is displayed on the bulletin board in the entrance area.

For further questions, please feel free to contact our team.