The dynamic area between black and white, through Schadeberg’s eyes
Jürgen Schadeberg, who died on Saturday, was renowned the world over as “the father of South African photography”. While many of his most well-known images captured the realities and characters that he met in SA during the 1950s, Schadeberg’s career covered a plethora of subjects over the course of a seven-decade career that spanned most of the German-born documentarian’s 89-year life...
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