The story of Ernest Cole, a black photographer in South Africa during apartheid
Made four years before the end of the apartheid system, Williamson has repurposed a passbook carried by a Black South African for three decades
To acknowledge the truly violent nature of humankind is to implicate one’s self in a relationship to such atrocities.
On a beach in a suit, a discordant image, like South Africa, where it was made.
Dumas paints from photographs, and deliberately makes her pictures strange, unsettling, and ugly.