Created between 2006 and 2013 by Pieter Hugo, the Kin series consists of portraits, landscapes and still lifes. The exhibition appeared in the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris in 2015 and its now presented at Priska Pasquer until April 9th, 2016 .
South African Pieter Hugo has established himself as one of the world’s best-known artists within the space of just a few years. His photographs show the conflicts and inconsistencies at the heart of society, such as the chasm between rich and poor and the effects of racism and corruption. Constants in his work include seriousness, neutrality and an underlying respect for his protagonists, whose dignity always remains intact.
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