On Common Ground at Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, positions work by two of South Africa’s most renowned photographers side-by-side.
Offering dialogues between the contributions of David Goldblatt (1930-2018) and Peter Magubane (b. 1932), the show reveals images of life in apartheid South Africa through two distinct – yet equally poignant – approaches.
Until 18 August. Find out more here.
1. David Goldblatt, Saturday afternoon in Sunward Park, Boksburg, April 1979.
2. David Goldblatt, South-east wing of a hostel for Black male workers erected during apartheid as part of a scheme to make Joburg city and suburbs white. Alexandra Township, 1 June 1988.
3. David Goldblatt, The butchery of Hassimia Sahib, who resisted forced removal, with new housing for whites, during the destruction of Fietas under the Group Areas Act, 8 March 1986.