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  • BILLY MONK: NIGHTCLUB PHOTOGRAPHS

    R850

    Featuring 47 iconic Monk images and written texts by David Goldblatt, Jac de Villiers and Lin Sampson, this hardcover photo book is a collectible item and a beautifully crafted glimpse into Cape Town’s sailor underworld.

  • David Goldblatt: In Boksburg

    R1310

    This new edition includes several additional photographs and a new essay by Sean O’Toole, providing penetrating insight into the history of the book and the story behind the photographs and their subject.

  • David Goldblatt: No Ulterior Motive

    R1540

    A panorama of the career of South African photographer David Goldblatt, elucidating his artistic commitments, networks, and influence

  • David Goldblatt: Structures of Dominion and Democracy

    R1515

    This book is a selective retrospective of David Goldblatt (born 1930), a key figure in 20th-century photography. Starting from his earliest photographic series, it shows the foundations of Goldblatt’s critical passion for photography, his social sensitivity and political consciousness. Also presented are his most recent photographs pertaining to the changing situation in his native South…

  • David Goldblatt: The Last Interview

    R1020

    Accompanied by a selection of some of David Goldblatt’s (1930–2018) lesser-known photographs, this distilled dialogue is drawn directly from the recordings of a roving conversation with the photographer conducted three months before his death in June 2018. Goldblatt was born in Randfontein?a mining town on the Witwatersrand gold reef?in 1930, the grandson of Lithuanian-Jewish migrants…

  • Some Afrikaners Revisited, David Goldblatt

    R1300

    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.