Beneath The Surface is Steve Bloom’s first exhibition of photographs he took in the mid-1970s in South Africa, during apartheid. “This body of work is a reflection of South Africa at the point where unstoppable dissent was just beginning, and it culminated in South Africa’s first ever democratic election years later,” Steve Bloom tells La Lettre.
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