The dynamic area between black and white, through Schadeberg’s eyes

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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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