Tag: South Africa
Joy Shan: To Give Memory a PlaceJuly 2016
Pieter Hugo's latest portrait series examines the quiet afterlives of apartheid and genocide.
Will McGrath: The Noose in HentiesbaaiDecember 2015
Apartheid, Germans, and genocide in Namibia
Breaking the SilenceAugust 2015
Zanele Muholi’s stirring portraits of South Africa’s LGTBQI community.
The Rhino’s Last StandJuly 2015
Is domestication a final hope for the world’s rhinos?
A Failure of MemoryJune 2015
Three photographs chronicle the devastation surrounding the war against apartheid in South Africa.
Claire Nielsen: Apartheid’s Final OutpostFebruary 2015
In Orania, South Africa’s last remaining white-only town, the country’s history of racial segregation and white supremacy lives on.
Writing in the Gray AreasFebruary 2014
Are some acts so revolting that the people who commit them do not deserve a hearing?
The Expedition to the Baobab TreeDecember 2013
I had felt him in my blood vessels, for he had come to live in me and I had begun to smell like him, and with his eyes...
Jesus Owes Me MoneyAugust 2013
What I’m about to tell you Pastor John doesn’t know.
The Barrel of the Apartheid GunJuly 2013
The Nobel laureate on Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War Against Apartheid, a new biography of South Africa’s revolutionary couple.
Roslyn Bernstein: Okwui Enwezor Traces the Struggle of ApartheidOctober 2012
A visit with the curator of “Rise and Fall of Apartheid” shows how photographers revealed South Africans’ struggles to the world.
Photography and Other TruthsMay 2012
South Africa's Pieter Hugo on negotiating representations of Africa, the searing controversy surrounding his work, Nick Cave, and his friend the late Tim Hetherington.
From CatastrophesDecember 2011 They string people upside down from the verandas and split them with bayonets. Halved people hang in rows and the blood drips pif-pif-paf in the snow.
June’s winter, ivory-rinsed blue, // a wild dog tugs a sock of skin /
down an impala’s stick-leg penciling skyward