The Women's Mobile Museum, Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA)

Pride & Loss, Jenkins Johnson Gallery (Brooklyn, New York, USA)


Turbine Art Fair (Johannesburg, South Africa)
36 Frames & Under 18’s Only, AVA Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)
Seeing Ourselves / Themselves, North-West University Gallery (Potchefstroom, South Africa) 
Cape Town Art Fair (Cape Town, South Africa)


SitDitAf Aardklop Arts Festival (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
Visual Activism Cultural Exchange Programme (VACEP), Kunstplass (Oslo, Norway)


Two person exhibition with Zanele Muholi, MAN Museum (Nuoro, Italy)
Visual Activism Cultural Exchange Programme (VACEP), Kunstplass (Oslo, Norway)
Breaking Surface, Galerie NOKO (Port Elizabeth, South Africa) 
Am I Not A Man and a Brother; Am I Not A Woman and a Sister, Archer Gallery, Clark College (Vancouver, Washington, USA)


The Trouble With Memory, Erdmann Contemporary (Cape Town, South Africa) 
Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, California, USA)
The Other Camera Centre for Humanities Gallery, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)


Terminal GIPCA (Cape Town, South Africa)
Crossing the Divide Erdmann Contemporary (Cape Town, South Africa)
Cape Town Art Fair (Cape Town, South Africa)
African Image Pingyao International Photography Festival (Pingyao, Shanxi, China)
Point of View Barnard Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)


Group exhibition with Uliano Lucas & Erik Chevalier (Sardinia, Italy)
Lindeka Qampi (Stockholm, Sweden) 
MoP5 Festival, Exposure Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa) 
Daily Life (Vienna, Austria)
Photo Project Space, AVA Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)
Sex, Money & Power, Cape Town Convention Centre (Cape Town, South Africa)



International Africa Festival (Wurzburg, Germany)
Soccer Culture, Michaelis Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)
Bonani Africa, The Castle Gallery (Cape Town, South Africa)


North-West University Gallery Collection (Potchefstroom, South Africa)
Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco, United States)

University of Cape Town (Cape Town, South Africa)


Brave Award, Art and Activism Category (honored together with Zanele Muholi), 2016
Mokobo Award for Creative Photography, 2015


Mfon: A Journal of Women Photographers of the African Diaspora, September 2017

Grand Tour Magazine, London, featured article on Qampi’s work. 2014 
Lindeka Qampi: The Language of Happiness, by Sandra S. Phillips published in Aperture, May 2011, Issue 203, p31
Life, Framed. 25-minute documentary of the Lindeka Qampi story, directed by Liz Fish. 2013


New York, USA, October 2016
Oslo, Norway, June 2016
Oslo, Norway, July 2015
Cagliari, Sardinia, December 2015

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