A selection of Schadeberg’s photographs showcases the unretouched South African Republic in the second half of the 20th century.
Jurgen Schadeberg, sometimes known as “The Father of South African Photography”, is a principle figure in South African and World Photography. His major body of work, which spans 60 years and incorporates a collection of some 100,000 negatives, captures a wealth of timeless and iconic images. His most famous works are photographs of Miram Makeba or the picture of the imprisoned Nelson Mandela.
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