tag: David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt observing as the statue of Rhodes fell at University of Cape Town.

Reflecting on Goldblatt – from Gugs to Rhodes

David Goldblatt’s photographs are uncanny in their capacity to highlight South African un-ease, suggests Neelika Jayawardane. Reflecting on a re-visitation of his early oeuvre, Jayawardane and Goldblatt discuss the photographs’ visual elaboration of the unspeakable: racial intimacy and fear, suppressed sexuality, the face of power, and – most taboo of all – a tension between responsibility and disavowal engendered in

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