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The impact of Apartheid and Jim Crow Laws on Black History and African History in South Africa and the United States Leica, Hugh Masekela, All About Africa, Black And White People, Black White, Jazz, African American Culture, Interview, Jim Crow

The town destroyed to stop black and white people mixing

Sixty years ago, the South African government cleared Sophiatown, a multi-racial neighbourhood in Johannesburg, to turn it into a whites-only area.

From Goodman Gallery, David Goldblatt, Mrs Miriam Diale in her bedroom, 5357 Orlando East, Soweto Platinum print on Arches Platine × Magnum Opus, African Culture, African Art, David Goldblatt, Three Dog Night, Documentary Photography, Black History Month, Photojournalism, Vintage Photos

david goldblatt.

David Goldblatt has been photographing and documenting South African society for over 50 years. Born in Randfontein in 1930 to ...

David Goldblatt has been photographing and documenting South African society for over 50 years. Born in Randfontein in 1930 to . Documentary Photography, Film Photography, White Photography, Street Photography, Landscape Photography, Nature Photography, Travel Photography, Fashion Photography, Wedding Photography

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 Baby with childminders and dogs in the Alexandra Street Park, Hillbrow, Johannesburg, 1972 silver gelatin print on fiber-pressed paper Courtesy of David Goldblatt and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg African Life, African American History, David Goldblatt, Dr Marcus, Three Dog Night, Jewish Museum, William Eggleston, South African Artists, Black African American

Exhibition: ‘South African Photographs: David Goldblatt’ at The Jewish Museum, New York

Exhibition dates: 2nd May - 19th September 2010 David Goldblatt (South Africa, 1930-2018) Steven with Sight Seeing Bus, Doornfontein, Johannesburg, 1960 Silver gelatin print on fiber-pressed paper Courtesy of David Goldblatt and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg 2019 Now that he has gone, these seem, if possible, more powerful, poignant and prescient /…

How Santu Mofokeng Shaped South African Photography Joy Of Life, The New Yorker, Photography Business, Historian, Photo Booth, Mists, Documentaries, African, Portrait

How Santu Mofokeng Shaped South African Photography

Mofokeng, who died in January, made work that waded through themes of history and land, and helped shape the course of South African photography.

Black Social Photography in South Africa: Before & After Social Photography, City Press, Street Performance, Cape Town South Africa, African History, Black Star, Continents, Filmmaking, Pictures

Black Social Photography in South Africa: Before & After

A before & after picture of South Africa, as portrayed through the photographs of some of the most influential black South African social photographers.

Image: Portrait of Margaret Mcingana by David Goldblatt is on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art as part of the Fall shows David Goldblatt, Fall Shows, Famous Artists, Baltimore, Art Museum, Combat Boots, Portrait, South Africa, Prints

Baltimore Museum of Art Must See Fall Shows | Artcentron

Baltimore Museum of Art Must See Fall Shows include exhibitions by emerging and famous artists who will show photographs, prints, paintings, and drawings

Women waiting outside the Union Buildings’ grounds in Pretoria to sign the petition against Passes, 1956 All Races, Pan Africanism, Pretoria, African Women, Art Google, South Africa, The Outsiders, Waiting, History

Women's March - 1956 - Google Arts & Culture

Anti-Pass Campaign - On August 9, 1956, 20 000 women of all races, some with babies on their backs, from the cities and towns, from reserves and villages, ...

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