Private photographs commissioned by urban black workers and middle-class families in South Africa between 1890 and 1950. MOFOKENG analyzes the self-image and the desire for social recognition of the black population in times of colonial oppression.
34,00 € *
'Some Afrikaners photographed' David GOLDBLATT explores his ambivalence towards the African elite, which at that time was trying to establish itself on the international stage. The release in 1975 - he had begun with it in 1963 - provoked strong reactions
58,00 € *
The book title '1994' commemorates an important year in the history of South Africa and Rwanda - here Mandela's election as president, there genocide. In retrospect, Pieter HUGO processed the events of the year with portraits of children and young people.
from 20,00 € Weight 0.6 kg
Zanele MUHOLI became known for pictures that show the lives of black lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals, queers and intersex people beyond deviance and victimhood. This catalog contains images from her most important as well as unpublished works.
29,80 € * Weight 0.6 kg
For 'Second Nature', Guy TILLIM visited the islands of French Polynesia and the megacities of Brazil. The search for the 'second face' in natural and urban landscapes contains images of overwhelming beauty and almost Buddhist-looking calm and clarity.
39,95 € Weight 1.5 kg
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 € Weight 1.1 kg
'Ponte City' by Mikhael SUBOTZKY documents the history of Africa's tallest residential high-rise building using photos of the building, portraits of residents & texts in a book togehter with 17 booklets of found ephemera and archived advertising material.
398,00 € *
68,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 17 x 23 cm., 144 pp., 45 b/w ills., text language: English
28,00 € *
Out-of-print volume 'David Goldblatt. Photographs' is an anthology of the South African photographer's works, published on the occasion of the 2006 exhibition in Arles (with Martin Parr as curator). It takes the viewer from 1960s South Africa to the 2000s
98,00 € * Weight 1.9 kg