The history of clubbing in Jo’burg is less about physical space and fading memories, but about the sheer, frightful necessity of dancing
‘Drum’ photographer Jürgen Schadenberg, who died on Sunday, displayed a profound humanism, writes his friend and sometime collaborator Hazel Friedman
New in-house show re-engages gallery’s diverse collection
Our photographic heritage is being stolen by pirates peddling ‘pictures of pictures’
Jürgen Schadeberg’s images form a vital part of our archive but, like a photo, what his memoir reveals is selective
An accomplished photographer in several parts of the world for six decades, he is still defined by his work in South Africa during the 1950s.
Former French president Jacques Chirac on Wednesday discussed his plans to set up a foundation with Nelson Mandela, who is on a private visit to France to raise funds for his charity institutes. Chirac is, in the coming months, to launch a foundation devoted to the environment and promoting understanding among cultures.
FOUR black-and-white images of Nelson Mandela in his autobiography are at the centre of the row between Jim Bailey and a former Drum photographer.