About the South African photographer, Pieter HUGO (b. 1976, in Johannesburg)

Pieter HUGO is a portrait photographer who also focuses on documentaries from his native South Africa and other African countries. He has published about a dozen photo books. He is the winner of the KLM Paul Huf Prize 2008 and the Discovery Award 2008 of the Rencontres d'Arles Festival in Southern France. Pieter HUGO lives and works in Cape Town.

Photo books by Pieter HUGO

'Looking Aside' (2006); 'Messina/Musina' (2007) and 'The Hyena & Other Men' (2007); 'Nollywood' (2009); 'Permanent Error' (2011); 'There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends' (2011); 'This must be the place' (2012); 'KIN' (2015); 'Flat Noodle Soup' (2016); '1994' (2017); 'Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' (2017); 'La Cucaracha' (2019); 'Solus. Vol I. Concerning Atypical Beauty And Youth' (2021)


A collection of various photo book titles by the South-African photographer Pieter HUGO (b.1976). The titles listed in this set are out of print and / or signed. This complete offer can include various editions of the same title.
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In 'This Must Be The Place' we see how the photographer Pieter HUGO oscillates between political commitment, documentary responsibility and their relationship to his own (image) aesthetics. It includes 'The Hyena Men', 'Nollywood' and 'Permanent Error'.
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In this out-of-print photo volume 'There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends' Pieter HUGO devotes himself to those components that are 'active' under the surface and consist of a much broader spectrum. What seems to divide us at the actually unites us
298,00 €
The photo book 'Hyena Men', first published in 2007, made the South African photographer Pieter HUGO known outside the photo book scene. There is something disturbing about the images of wandering fairmen who entertain people with their animals.
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In his new photo volume 'Solus. Vol.1', Pieter HUGO reflects on aesthetic values in the fashion industry. In portraits of models cast on the street, he examines the commercialization of youth and the paradox of striving for both otherness AND conformity.
from 55,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
The limited edition publication 'Rwanda 2004. Traces of a Genocide' shows older photographic works by Pieter HUGO. The book also includes an essay by investigative journalist Linda Melvern, in which she explains the situation in Rwanda in detail.
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In his haunting, fascinating photo essay about a dump in Ghana, South African photographer Pieter HUGO exposes the repressed downside of fast-moving consumption and tells of a community characterized by poverty and the will to survive of every individual.
128,00 €
Boxed HC - Special Edition (different design) with print, 28,6 x 25,4 x 3 cm., 120 pp., color ills., textv language: English
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With the photo book 'La Cucaracha', the South African photographer Pieter HUGO has once again succeeded in creating an impressive social portrait in which he was more interested in the people of Mexico than in the country's architecture or economy.
98,00 €