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As a matter of crude shorthand, the South African photographer David Goldblatt might be described as his country’s Walker Evans. Though Evans was one of Goldblatt’s models when he was starting out...
Author: Joseph Lelyveld
Publication date: 2 July 2010
For the last few weeks millions of fevered eyes have been fixed on South Africa, host to the World Cup, which ends next weekend. For half a century the probing gaze of the South African photographer...
Author: Holland Cotter
Publication date: 1 July 2010
Fred Ritchin (associate professor of photography and communications at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a new media consultant to news and photo organizations) reviews the...
Author: Sean Jacobs
Publication date: 1 September 2009
Looking at the series of large color photographs called “In the Time of AIDS” by the South African David Goldblatt, you may wonder why they are so titled. They depict rural, suburban and semi-...
Author: Ken Johnson
Publication date: 20 August 2009
In David Goldblatt’s second exhibition at the galería elba benítez the artist presents his “In the time of AIDS” suite, which features medium sized colour photographs. The carefully chosen selection...
Author: Galeria Elba Benitez
Publication date: 31 March 2009
Published 2005 by Prestel. Essays by Christoph Danelzik-Bruggemann, Michael Stevenson, and an interview with the photographer by Mark Haworth-Booth. 124 pages; approximately 40 color plates. ISBN no...
Author: Matt Damsker
Publication date: 2005
ISBN: 3-7913-3247-3
Publisher: Published 2005 by Prestel
Attempting to impose a working structure on a proposed new series of images which would take the photographer right across the country, David Goldblatt bought a Global Positioning System and a series...
Author: Sue Williamson
Publication date: October 2003
'States of Emergence' is Johannesburg gallerist Warren Siebrits' coming of age. A former curator at the influential Everard Read Contemporary, circa State of the Art in the early 90s, Siebrits is...
Author: Sean O'Toole
Publication date: November 2002
Day 1 Arrive in Kassel by train from Frankfurt and get off at the Wilhelmstrohebahnhof bestrewn with Documenta banners. There is a welcome desk for Documenta arrivals and a man called Michele proves...
Author: Virginia MacKenny
Publication date: September 2002
David Goldblatt's photographs have borne witness since the late 1940's to life in his native South Africa. More than 150 of his pictures are in a retrospective of the years 1948 to 1999 now at the...
Author: Michael Kimmelman
Publication date: 24 August 2001
Some years ago, Muhammed Ali was asked for his thoughts on the death of the great African-American boxer, Joe Louis. Ali’s comment contrasted Louis to another deceased celebrity, the reclusive and...
War photographers are either sleazy and glamorous, or noble and glamorous. At least this is what you will think if you believe the various literary or big screen adaptions of photojournalists over...
Author: Greg Marinovich
Publication date: 2013
'Mostly Unseen' presents a selection of photographs taken by David Goldblatt over the past five decades. At times, it is a show of subtle and understated beauty. Divided into five components, it...
Photography was only developed about 200 years ago and was viewed with suspicion as a creative outlet for much of that time. Yet it has developed a reputation and a body of approaches that today...
Author: Robyn Sassen
Publication date: 2000
"Presidential Order of the Day - we wish you and the South African Navy every success in ensuring the maritime security of our nation and helping to underwrite and guarantee the liberty, the...
Publication date: 5 September 2008

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