Lebohang Kganye received her introduction to photography at the Market Photo Workshop in 2009 and completed the Advanced Photography Programme in 2011. She also completed her Fine Arts studies at the University of Johannesburg in 2016 and forms a new generation of contemporary South African photographers. Over the past years, she participated in photography masterclasses and group exhibitions locally and internationally. Kganye was the recipient of the Tierney Fellowship Award in 2012, leading to her exhibition Ke Lefa Laka. She created an animation from the series, which was launched on Mandela Day 2014 in Scotland, entitled Pied Piper’s Voyage. Kganye was then selected as the Featured Artist for the 17th Business and Arts South Africa Awards in 2014. She was the recipient of the Jury Prize at Rencontres de Bamako – Biennale africaine de la photographie (2015) and the CAP Prize in Basel (2016). Kganye’s work is part of private and public collections, most notably the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pennsylvania and the Walther Collection, Ulm.