Pieter Hugo’s photographs are “Peripheral Dispatches” – peripheral communications, notes from the fringes and the friction zones. His works emerge in realms outside the norm, in unsecured regions and uncomfortable places of transition. Pieter Hugo seeks out the reality beyond clichés.
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