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During those years color seemed too sweet a medium to express the anger, disgust and fear that apartheid inspired,...
I often wished during those years that I could be a lyricist with a camera. [...] I took great delight in [Edward Weston's] and many other photographers' work. I envied them the freedom to photograph a landscape apparently without concern for the implications of its possession.
Photographers shouldn't confuse their response to the politics of the country with their role as photographers.
My father regarded nationalism, including Zionism, as an evil and although he never attempted to convince me of his views, his logic, here, was inescapable.
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In university they don't tell you that the greater part of the law is learning to tolerate fools.
November 29, 1930
David Goldblatt is a South African photographer noted for his portrayal of South Africa during the period of apartheid and more recently that country's landscapes.
In Boksburg (1982)
On the mines (1973)
Some Afrikaners photographed (1975)
South Africa (1998)
Fifty-one years (2001)
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