David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events
Never obvious, photographer David Goldblatt’s landscapes are elegiac, silent – and monumental, writes Melvyn Minnaar.
Ayanda Mabulu's Yakhali'inkomo -- Black Man's Cry has been put back on display at the FNB Joburg Art Fair.
The Jo'burg Art Fair will allow Ayanda Mabulu's controversial painting to stay after featured artist David Goldblatt threatened to quit in protest.
What's waiting for you at this year's FNB Jo'burg Art Fair? We get a sneak preview of the weekend ahead and chat to curators and artists.
David Goldblatt is the featured artist at this year's Johannesburg Art Fair. He is showing work under the title The Frock and Other Pictures.
The FNB Jo'burg Art Fair has launched, with an announcement that 11 new galleries would be showing work at the fair for the first time.
From Hugh Exton’s portraits to images of Marikana, an exhibition that remembers the Land Act also pays tribute to socially conscious photography.
Not only the subject, but also the approach and concerns of two renowned photographers lend weight to a new combined exhibition.
Photographer David Goldblatt says he won't accept a national order in protest against the passing of the Protection of State Information Bill.
Acclaimed photographs David Goldblatt has turned down a top SA award in protest of the secrecy Bill. Read his letter to Jacob Zuma.
African photographers were well represented at the showcase in Paris due to the drive of one collector.Natalie Dixon
David Goldblatt celebrated his 80th birthday in November last year. He tells fellow photographer Jo Ractliffe about his journey.
A new exhibition of South African photography in London documents both the disappointments of the post-Mandela era and the hopes of the 'born frees'.
Shaun de Waal looks at a trio of books dealing with visual arts and photography, revealing different ways of representing our inner and outer worlds.
The photographs in a new show at the Jewish Museum chronicling SA during and after the apartheid era are not the images you expect to see.
Shaun de Waal looks at three photographic books that illuminate our history and raise some intriguing questions about the present.
Using words to convey the experience of visiting a photo exhibition means converting the event into a different currency of communication. But the coinage of text can't recreate the imagery, or evoke the space of a gallery. What it can do is dig into the meaning of the Then & Now exhibition, which opened in Grahamstown last month.
A kaleidoscope of African images and themes is a fitting backdrop for the debate the Jo'burg Art Fair, which opened to the public on Friday, has sparked about what it means to be African and an artist. The fair also has the art world buzzing about tensions between art and commerce.