This was one of the most interesting presentations of Paris Photo. It was at the Goodman gallery. It was called Inhabiting the silence and was signed David Goldblatt. – Jean-Jacques Naudet One of the most venerated figures in photography worldwide, David Goldblatt has documented South Africa’s complex contemporary history over seventy years. His internationally acclaimed work constitutes an invaluable archive on the inner workings and structural violence of the apartheid regime, which was in full force between 1948 and 1991. Inhabiting the Silence presents several bodies of work and iconic images, as well as those lesser known, offering intimate...
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