South Africa’s most significant and influential photographer David Goldblatt, exhibited photographs and films that documented the social, personal and political upheavals in the history of South Africa from the 1950’s to the present day.
Themed as photographic essays, these black and white images traced aspects of everyday life through the struggle of apartheid to the legacy that it has left.


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