After visiting South Africa in 2012, British photographer Jason Larkin was struck by the sensation of waiting that its inhabitants transmitted: waiting for jobs, for opportunities, change. For personal, political or historical reasons, for many of them the wait proved to be a disappointment and they felt marginalized. Travelling through Johannesburg, often on foot, Larkin realized that he could capture...
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