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Curated by MCA Chief Curator Rachel Kent in close collaboration with Goldblatt, the exhibition presents photographs spanning his six decade-career, as well as early vintage prints and never-before- exhibited material from a personal archive. In the episode Goldblatt is filmed in the Sandton area of Johannesburg where he points to race conflicts as a factor that helped shape the landscape of the city, remarking: As a non-profit arts organisation dedicated to promoting and encouraging innovation within the South African arts, the exhibition uses the Buitenkant Street gallery space as a platform in which the idea of collaboration and collectivity can be explored.
Goldblatt documentary at Durban International Film Festival Goldblatt, first ever feature-length documentary on the legendary South African photographer, is showing at the Durban International Film Festival on 16,18 and 22 July.
The documentary marks the moment when we finally turn the lens on this shrewd witness to social change in South Africa and document his remarkable contribution to photography, both locally and on an international scale.
It is the second film in an ongoing documentary series on major SA artists that I conceptualised ten years ago, starting with a film on William Kentridge and Marlene Dumas in conversation in This is the first time that the series of photographs, which depicts ex-offenders revisiting the scenes of their crime, reaches a dedicated prisoner audience.
Goldblatt worked with a group of inmates to become guides to the other inmates about the show. A specially produced catalog for prison inmates will be published by Steidl. They are featured in the section Being There, which focuses on work by 15 artists from South Africa.
It runs until 26 February The exhibition is a collation and juxtaposition of historical and contemporary works, all viewed through a responsive, documentary lens.
As these repetitions and recognitions accumulate over time they come to bear on signifiers such as monuments, monumentality and iconoclasm, secrets and lies, the rise and fall of ideas, culture, cultivation, movement and mobility.
There is a particular focus on South Africa, with works from the series The Structure of Things, Then and from his ongoing series on the Structures of Democracy. The exhibition is dedicated to the series Structures, one of the major bodies of works by Goldblatt.
For over three decades Goldblatt has traveled South Africa photographing sites and structures weighted with historical narrative: The exhibition forms part of the main programme of the Vrystaat Arts Festival. Curated by Gordon Froud, senior lecturer at the University of Johannesburg FADAit incorporates a broad range of works by established and emerging South African artists addressing their experiences of the first twenty years of democracy in this country.
The award was given at a ceremony in London last night 18 April and was the first Kraszna-Krausz Fellowship awarded for achievement as a photographer working in the photographic book form. Hungary, —one of the most important and influential names in photographic publishing.
In announcing the fellowship Michael G. His photography books have inspired multiple generations of photographers and are among the most influential of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The exhibition contains images dating back as far as From 31 March to 19 April. From 19th century oil paintings to 21st century video installations, the exhibition raises many interesting questions about how and why people make portraits of themselves and others, and how the reasons for this have changed over time.
The exhibition runs until 6 September This was the first major exhibition and scholarly endeavor to comprehensively examine the rich relationship between African artists and the land upon which they live, work, and frame their days.
And the reason for this is that people here are familiar with Baaskap and the period of apartheid, but they are not very familiar with looking at what is emerging now. Titled New Pictures The exhibition presented the vibrant and sophisticated photographic culture that has emerged in post-apartheid South Africa.
The photographs depict people within their individual, family and community lives, practicing religious customs, observing social rituals, wearing street fashion or existing on the fringes of society.
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