The imposing steps of what looks to be a large municipal building bear the poignant message of the South African women who marched on Pretoria in 1956 against the law requiring them to carry a “pass.” The memorial of his futile march opened in 2006. This is the image that opens the exhibition of South African photographer David Goldblatt, Structures of Dominion and Democracy, at the Marian Goodman gallery in Paris.
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