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David Goldblatt

Through the Lens: David Goldblatt

Out and About Africa

Every week I'm faced with the same struggle - which amazing photographer will be featured here today. I end up spending so much more time then should be required trying to figure out which photographer I'm most excited about. Today was especially difficult as the final two candidates works are just amazing. South African photographer David Goldblatt won out mainly because I needed to make a choice so I could eventually get on to other things (like sleeping). I also loved the fact that…

GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Goodman Gallery

GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Angle des rues Commissioner et Eloff, Boksburg 1979 épreuve gelatino-argentique, 40 x 30 cm Courtesy David Goldblatt et Goodman Gallery Johannesburg et Cape Town © David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt ou la complexité d’un monde - L'Œil de la Photographie Magazine

Le photographe sud-africain est l’invité d’honneur du Centre Pompidou à Paris. Une large rétrospective qui lui est dédiée donne le regard d’un homme attaché à rendre compte de toute la délicate réalité de son pays et de ses habitants. Chercher une « complexité modeste et secrète »…

david goldblatt mineworkers - Google Search

david goldblatt mineworkers - Google Search

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally's 'Memory Against Forgetting' | Arts and Culture | Books | Mail & Guardian

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally’s ‘Memory Against Forgetting’

David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events

South Africa Through Lens of David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole & Billy Monk

From December 1, 2012, through March 3, 2013, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present South Africa in Apartheid and After: David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole, Billy Monk, featuring work by three photographers that illuminates a rich and diverse photographic tradition as well as a vital, difficult, and contested period in the history of South Africa.

David Goldblatt, Spec housing in authentic Cape Dutch style by a property developer on a rural view site, Agatha, Tzaneen, Limpopo, 1989

Daimler Art Collection

David Goldblatt’s work traverses political and real geographies in which world-political themes and the history of South Africa are reflected in each other. Recently Goldblatt created the series of works called Platteland Intersections, photographs of the rural regions in the South African provinces, which were in a state of fundamental change. David Goldblatt’s spiritual and […]

David Goldblatt: Refugees from Zimbabwe given shelter in the Central Methodist Church, 2009

David Goldblatt's photography

Pictures from South African photographer David Goldblatt's solo exhibition TJ at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg: Some things old, some things new and some much the same

David Goldblatt / Particulars / Woman At A Picnic, Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975

David Goldblatt / Particulars / Woman At A Picnic, Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975

David Goldblatt ‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, 1975, printed 2013 © David Goldblatt

‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, David Goldblatt, 1975, printed 2013 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, David Goldblatt, 1975, printed 2013 on display at Tate Modern.

The South African photographer David Goldblatt revisits white, middle-class life…

The South African photographer David Goldblatt revisits white, middle-class life…

David Goldblatt. Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff,... 1975

David Goldblatt - Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff, Transkei (Mujer de camino al almacén comercial sosteniendo dinero bajo la manta, cerca de Flagstaff, Transkei)

Goldblatt, David: Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff, Transkei (Mujer de camino al almacén comercial sosteniendo dinero bajo la manta, cerca de Flagstaff, Transkei)

David Goldblatt - Underground water has been intersected. Long drills are being used to bore cover holes into the sidewall into which cement will be pumped, to staunch the flow of water. (3_E6822), 1969/1970 Silver gelatin on fibre based paper 52 x 78cm Edition of 10GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Goodman Gallery

David Goldblatt - Underground water has been intersected. Long drills are being used to bore cover holes into the sidewall into which cement will be pumped, to staunch the flow of water. (3_E6822), 1969/1970 Silver gelatin on fibre based paper 52 x 78cm Edition of 10GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

David Goldblatt, 'Dutch Reformed Church' Edenvale, from the book, 'South Africa: The Structure of Things Then', Transvaal, 28 December, 1983

David Goldblatt

In 1987, David Goldblatt (b.1930) gave 115 of his prints to the V&A, a generous gift which now forms the main part of the V&A’s Goldblatt collection.

Two people have done more to shape South African photography than any others. They have no peers. The first is David Goldblatt, who received the International Center of Photography's Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. The second is Jürgen Schadeberg, who'll be honored with the same award tonight. Both...

Jürgen Schadeberg: ICP's 2014 Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award

Two people have done more to shape South African photography than any others. They have no peers. The first is David Goldblatt, who received the International Center of Photography's Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. The second is Jürgen Schadeberg, who'll be honored with the same award tonight. Both...

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David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt

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South Africa through the eyes of master photographers David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole and Billy Monk

South Africa through the eyes of master photographers David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole and Billy Monk - The San Francisco Examiner

Vivid, sometimes difficult images depicting many sides of a changing country — by photographers who reveal the human condition — are on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. “South Africa in Apartheid and After: David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole, Billy Monk” includes contrasting works by South African artists with varied motivations. Goldblatt, whoRead more...

David Goldblatt, ‘Abraham Thipe with one of his arrangements and his deckchair’, Newtown, 14 August 1990. Image courtesy of the artist. (a model brick: a literary history of the brick in johannesburg – House and Leisure)

a model brick: a literary history of the brick in johannesburg

Writer and editor Sean O’Toole delves into the history of the brick in Johannesburg

David Goldblatt, From the project 'On the Mines' Courtesy of Goodman gallery.

Goodman Gallery

David Goldblatt, From the project 'On the Mines' Courtesy of Goodman gallery.

David Goldblatt’s Portraits of Ex-Convicts at the Scenes of Their Crimes - The New Yorker

David Goldblatt’s Portraits of Ex-Convicts at the Scenes of Their Crimes

Max Campbell on the South African photographer David Goldblatt’s “Ex-Offenders at the Scene of the Crime,” which portrays criminals at past crime scenes.

david goldblatt-one of the artists to be featured at Lalela Project's upcoming fundraiser

David Goldblatt

Photographer David Goldblatt, recipient of the Honorary Doctorate at yesterdays graduation commencement at SFAI.

David Goldblatt, Particulars Grandmother and child, Transkei, 1975

Exhibitions

For over thirty years, the Marian Goodman Gallery has played an important role in introducing European artists to American audiences and helping to establish a vital dialogue among artists and institutions working internationally.

David Goldblatt On Pullinger Kop (3_8852), November 1963

Goodman Gallery

David Goldblatt On Pullinger Kop (3_8852), November 1963

Woman sleeping by David Goldblatt, 1975

Woman sleeping by David Goldblatt, 1975

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Through the Lens: David Goldblatt

Out and About Africa

Every week I'm faced with the same struggle - which amazing photographer will be featured here today. I end up spending so much more time then should be required trying to figure out which photographer I'm most excited about. Today was especially difficult as the final two candidates works are just amazing. South African photographer David Goldblatt won out mainly because I needed to make a choice so I could eventually get on to other things (like sleeping). I also loved the fact that…

GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Goodman Gallery

GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Angle des rues Commissioner et Eloff, Boksburg 1979 épreuve gelatino-argentique, 40 x 30 cm Courtesy David Goldblatt et Goodman Gallery Johannesburg et Cape Town © David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt ou la complexité d’un monde - L'Œil de la Photographie Magazine

Le photographe sud-africain est l’invité d’honneur du Centre Pompidou à Paris. Une large rétrospective qui lui est dédiée donne le regard d’un homme attaché à rendre compte de toute la délicate réalité de son pays et de ses habitants. Chercher une « complexité modeste et secrète »…

david goldblatt mineworkers - Google Search

david goldblatt mineworkers - Google Search

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally's 'Memory Against Forgetting' | Arts and Culture | Books | Mail & Guardian

David Goldblatt on Ranjith Kally’s ‘Memory Against Forgetting’

David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events

South Africa Through Lens of David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole & Billy Monk

From December 1, 2012, through March 3, 2013, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) will present South Africa in Apartheid and After: David Goldblatt, Ernest Cole, Billy Monk, featuring work by three photographers that illuminates a rich and diverse photographic tradition as well as a vital, difficult, and contested period in the history of South Africa.

David Goldblatt, Spec housing in authentic Cape Dutch style by a property developer on a rural view site, Agatha, Tzaneen, Limpopo, 1989

Daimler Art Collection

David Goldblatt’s work traverses political and real geographies in which world-political themes and the history of South Africa are reflected in each other. Recently Goldblatt created the series of works called Platteland Intersections, photographs of the rural regions in the South African provinces, which were in a state of fundamental change. David Goldblatt’s spiritual and […]

David Goldblatt: Refugees from Zimbabwe given shelter in the Central Methodist Church, 2009

David Goldblatt's photography

Pictures from South African photographer David Goldblatt's solo exhibition TJ at the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg: Some things old, some things new and some much the same

David Goldblatt / Particulars / Woman At A Picnic, Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975

David Goldblatt / Particulars / Woman At A Picnic, Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975

David Goldblatt ‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, 1975, printed 2013 © David Goldblatt

‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, David Goldblatt, 1975, printed 2013 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Couple on a Sunday Afternoon. Zoo Lake, Johannesburg’, David Goldblatt, 1975, printed 2013 on display at Tate Modern.

The South African photographer David Goldblatt revisits white, middle-class life…

The South African photographer David Goldblatt revisits white, middle-class life…

David Goldblatt. Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff,... 1975

David Goldblatt - Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff, Transkei (Mujer de camino al almacén comercial sosteniendo dinero bajo la manta, cerca de Flagstaff, Transkei)

Goldblatt, David: Woman going to the trading store holding money under her blanket, near Flagstaff, Transkei (Mujer de camino al almacén comercial sosteniendo dinero bajo la manta, cerca de Flagstaff, Transkei)

David Goldblatt - Underground water has been intersected. Long drills are being used to bore cover holes into the sidewall into which cement will be pumped, to staunch the flow of water. (3_E6822), 1969/1970 Silver gelatin on fibre based paper 52 x 78cm Edition of 10GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

Goodman Gallery

David Goldblatt - Underground water has been intersected. Long drills are being used to bore cover holes into the sidewall into which cement will be pumped, to staunch the flow of water. (3_E6822), 1969/1970 Silver gelatin on fibre based paper 52 x 78cm Edition of 10GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

David Goldblatt, 'Dutch Reformed Church' Edenvale, from the book, 'South Africa: The Structure of Things Then', Transvaal, 28 December, 1983

David Goldblatt

In 1987, David Goldblatt (b.1930) gave 115 of his prints to the V&A, a generous gift which now forms the main part of the V&A’s Goldblatt collection.

Two people have done more to shape South African photography than any others. They have no peers. The first is David Goldblatt, who received the International Center of Photography's Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. The second is Jürgen Schadeberg, who'll be honored with the same award tonight. Both...

Jürgen Schadeberg: ICP's 2014 Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award

Two people have done more to shape South African photography than any others. They have no peers. The first is David Goldblatt, who received the International Center of Photography's Cornell Capa Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. The second is Jürgen Schadeberg, who'll be honored with the same award tonight. Both...

David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt