The war and documentary photographer Guy Tillim belongs to the generation who have taking the succession of David Goldblatt and also belonging to the Afrapix collective. This collective own professional photographers (Omar Bodsha, Gille de Vlieg, Gisèle Wulfshom, Santu Mofokeng, Lesley Lawson) and non professional fighting against the apartheid regime. They made pictures about demonstrations and repression by police and teaching art among townships. After the Afrapix ending in 1991 Guy Tillim will follow his career as photographer walking through the roads of many African capitales like a silent witness watching economic, social and politic changing. He uses the same technical for doing that by puting his camera on a revolving trivet fixing the curious but never angry watch of the people living there. Guy Tiilim names his technical "cityscape" from city and landscape. It helps him staying invisible from the other people and keeping open his eyes as oberver of modern Africa.