'Structures of Dominion and Democracy' reconstructs the history of some publications of series by David GOLDBLATT and illuminates his work in the context of South Africa's political, cultural history, as well as his contribution to photographic history.
48,00 € *
The photo volume 'Somnyama Ngonyama. Hail the Dark Lioness', the monograph by Zanele MUHOLI, one of today's most powerful visual activists, contains radical statements on identity, race and resistance, as well as a direct response to all forms of racism.
0,00 € Weight 1.8 kg
In the photo volume 'Avenue Patrice Lumumba' the South African photographer Guy TILLIM deals with the urban architecture of colonial and post-colonial society in Africa. His focus is on their changes due to multiple shifts in power over the past 50 years.
68,00 € Weight 1.2 kg
'Photographers References No.1' exposes the creative processes of South African photographer David GOLDBLATT. It provides insights into his practice by revealing personal references and influences that have helped shape his distinctive visual language.
from 78,00 € Weight 0.3 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 24,5 x 31 x 2,5 cm., 189 pp. + inner text with interviews, 93 b/w ills., text language: English
68,00 € *
Out-of-print photo volume 'South Africa. The Structure of Things Then' represents the culmination of photography, research and writing by David GOLDBLATT. His more than 30 years of experience lends a meaningful undertone to the carefully composed images.
50,00 € Weight 1.9 kg
The images in the volume 'Partuclars' by South African photographer David GOLDBLATT were taken beginning in 1975, but the first edition of the book was published in 2003. For this re-edit, he has revised the original version of the book.
58,00 € *
'Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' on the work of Pieter HUGO contains 'Rwanda 2004', 'Looking aside', 'The Hyena Men...', 'Permanent Error', 'There's A Place in Hell For Me and My Friends', 'Nollywood', 'Kin', '1994' & 'Californian Wildflowers'.
58,00 € Weight 1.7 kg
The photo book 'Flat Noodle Soup Talk' by Pieter HUGO is the result of an 'artist in residence' stay. Other books in this series by Guy TILLIM, Michael KENNA among others. This book was published in a limited edition of only 500 copies.
98,00 €
In 'As Terras do Fim do Mundo', Jo RACTLIFFE traces the routes of the 'border war' that South Africa waged in Angola from the mid-1960s to the 80s. The focus is on the war zone itself and how past violencemanifests itself in the landscape of the present.
120,00 € Weight 1.4 kg