Reclaim the City
Boys play in the stairwell of an abandoned hospital in central Cape Town that has been occupied since 2017 by the Reclaim the City movement, a grassroots organisation fighting for housing equality in the city. The occupation of government-owned buildings began as a protest movement, but has become far more than that, especially in the former Woodstock Hospital. Over the five years of its occupation, this derelict building has been brought back to life and is now home to a thriving community of over 1000 people united in their shared struggle for a fairer world..
This print is available in the following sizes:
6x9 inches: Open edition
8x12 inches: Open edition
16x24 inches: Limited edition of 30
24x36 inches: Limited edition of 12
30x45 inches: Limited edition of 8
40x60 inches: Limited edition of 5
50% of profits from the sale of this print go to Ndifuna Ukwazi to support their ongoing fight for affordable housing in Cape Town.