The Walther Collection inaugures today Who I Am, a selection of rediscovered studio portraits from apartheid South Africa. Capturing an astonishing array of individuals and appearances, these black-and-white images portray poor and working-class patrons playing with traditional and modernist modes of dress and displaying cross-cultural challenges to socially accepted family, ethnic, and gender roles. The portraits were taken between 1972...
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