Under apartheid, the system of racial segregation that shaped South African society from 1928 until 1994, photographer Ernest Cole was able to change his classification from “black” to “coloured”.
David Goldblatt discusses his series Ex-Offenders, for which he photographed former criminals or ex-offenders on parole, often at the sites where their crimes occurred.
“My first awareness of a bodily particular that I can recall was of the bulges made by the flattened flesh of my inner thighs as I sat in shorts on
“During the years of apartheid, I was concerned with trying to…with exploring why people valued this peculiar and evil system and how they expressed those values in their homes, in
David Goldblatt reflects on the ways photography has helped him process the experience of living under apartheid. His series In Boksburg documents life in a South African suburb in the
Spotkanie z Davidem Goldblattem. Prowadzenie Adam Mazur. Advertisement David Goldblatt (ur. 1930) jest jednym z najwybitniejszych współczesnych fotografów-dokumentalistów. Na zapis zmian zachodzących w Republice Południowej Afryki, tworzony przezeń od sześćdziesięciu
Advertisement South African Photographer David Goldblatt “In Conversation” with Susan Jahoda (UMass Professor of Studio Art), Stephen Clingman (UMass Professor of English and Director of ISHA), and Natasha Becker (Mellon
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By Baptiste Lignel for ASX Upon walking into the office of the Marian Goodman Gallery in Paris, one faces a very large digital print, literally nailed to the wall. A
“The ideology and apparatus of apartheid and the overwhelming power of the state to crush opposition became ever more present in our lives.” Some Afrikaners Photographed, 1975 – Some Afrikaners
Advertisement An excerpt from the Masupatsela Series I (produced by Free Range Films) on David Goldblatt’s HIV and AIDS series. ASX CHANNEL: DAVID GOLDBLATT
Source Photographic Review presents: An audio interview with South African photographer David Goldblatt. Interview is accompanied by a slide show of the photographer’s work. Original interview conducted by Mark Durden.
Advertisement The iconic South African photographer, in conversation with Max du Preez, discusses the literary influences on his work, including Athol Fugard and Herman Charles Bosman. [nggallery id=23]