House of Bondage: The book that shocked the world
With the induction last week of the Rashid Lombard Archive at the University of the Western Cape his photography and stories will soon be accessible to a new generation.
However, contemporary artists such as Cinga Samson, Zanele Muholi and Mohau Modisakeng found a liberating ally in self-portraiture
For this Thokoza-born photographer, intimacy is important, no matter where he is positioned
A book of photographers with no photographs highlights the ownership battles black lensmen are still battling
With most photographers struggling to raise capital to digitise work, those that have managed to do so have mostly used their own resources
Peter Magubane, whose images set him on a collision course with the apartheid government, pays tribute to his colleagues in this foreword to a new book
‘Drum’ photographer Jürgen Schadenberg, who died on Sunday, displayed a profound humanism, writes his friend and sometime collaborator Hazel Friedman
The slow pace of the Ernest Cole award’s inclusivity may have marred its image.
Raised in the school of hard knocks, a photographer is shunning the limelight to document township ills.