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  • In the shadow of the noose


    The book “In the Shadow of the Noose” traces the legal case brought by DITSHWANELO – The Botswana Centre for Human Rights, on behalf of two Basarwa/San men. Convicted of murder and sentenced to death in 1997, they successfully challenged their death sentences. Their convictions and sentences were set aside in 1999. After being re-charged…

  • Kent Andreasen: 1991


    A photography book of works by Kent Andreason, taken between 2012 and 2014. It ran for a limited print of only a 100 copies.



    My essay comprises family portraits, landscapes and still lifes. This was largely determined by the equipment I was using at the time: a tripod-mounted, large-format camera.

  • On the Mines


    On the Mines is a redesigned and expanded version of David Goldblatt’s influential 1973 publication. There are 31 new mostly unpublished photos including color images, 11 deleted images, a postscript by Gordimer to her essay, as well as a text by Goldblatt reflecting on his childhood and the 1973 edition.

  • Roger Ballen: End of the Game


    The exhibition chronicles the practice of unrestrained hunting which has contributed to the ecological devastation we are currently facing.

  • Running Wild


    Following in the footsteps of Jock of the Bushveld, Running Wild is an African story for all ages. It is a tale of resilience, of courage and endurance, a book that will uplift, enrich and warm every lover of the African bush.
    The story of Zulu is based on the life of a real stallion that lived on the Mashatu Game Reserve.

  • Some Afrikaners Revisited, David Goldblatt


    The work of David Goldblatt – as recipient of the 2006 Hasselblad Foundation Award undoubtedly South Africa’s most prominent active photographer – reflects a life-long exploration of the relationship between individual South Africans and the society they live in. His first extended photographic essay was compiled in the 1960s. When it was finally published in 1975 as Some Afrikaners Photographed, the book created quite a stir locally. Eventually most of the small print-run had to be sold off for a song.

  • Stars of the North: Revisiting Sculpture from Limpopo

  • The Game Changer: Bantu Holomisa


    Bantu Holomisa is one of South Africa’s most respected and popular political figures. Born in the Transkei in 1955, he attended an elite school for the sons of chiefs and headmen. While other men his age were joining Umkhonto weSizwe, Holomisa enrolled in the Transkeian Defence Force and rose rapidly through the ranks.   As…

  • Up Up: Stories of Johannesburg’s Highrises


    UP UP: Stories of Johannesburg’s Highrises presents a selection of buildings in the inner city of Johannesburg. The focus here is on tall modernist towers that quickly became iconic in the architecture of the city. Witnesses to profound shifts in the political history of the metropolis, the skyscrapers have themselves endured immense changes. They are documented here in two ways: firstly, through historical facts, floor plans, archival records and contemporary photographs of their formal architecture; and secondly, through reportage, interviews and essays. This book is the first to document Joburg’s skyscrapers and it offers new insights not only into these classic buildings, but also into contemporary urban life in
    South Africa.

  • Waiting


    Omitting any reference to the purpose or outcome of each wait, Larkin simply records, beside each image, the duration of the wait. J

  • Wayne Barker – Artist’s monographs


    Wayne Barker’s artistic career spans almost two decades, marked by a bitter-sweet mix of politics, poetry, and a passion for subversion. Tracking that career from apartheid South Africa’s most violent years to a new democratic dispensation, the artist’s monograph explores the contradictory impulses of “African identity”.

  • Willem Boshoff: Word forms and language shapes 1975 – 2007


    Exhibition catalogue Standard Bank Gallery Johannesburg 25 September 2007 to 1 December 2007. Contains a fascinating 24pp interview with the artist and many colour photographs. 28 x 30cm 120pp.

  • Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness


    Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness is the long-awaited monograph from one of the most powerful visual activists of our time. The book features over ninety of Muholi’s evocative self-portraits, each image drafted from material props in Muholi’s immediate environment.

  • Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book


    Created to accompany one of the most exciting exhibitions of 2020, this stunning paperback catalogue presents the full breadth of Muholi’s photographic and activist practice.

    Richly illustrated, it includes images from the key series Muholi has produced over the past twenty years, as well as never-before-published and recent works. The exhibition book also features six newly commissioned essays exploring their work, as well as a full glossary and chronology.

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    A City Refracted

    Johannesburg’s inner city has, since the mining town’s formation, served as the first stop for new arrivals. As such it has always been vibrant and in a constant state of flux. I initially started photographing the area in the nineties when racial segregation laws were being lifted and black South Africans had begun moving from…