Gideon Mendel, one of South Africa’s leading ‘struggle photographers’, revisits the forgotten parts of his archive.
As a child of the post-apartheid generation, photographer Sydelle Willow Smith has found that her relationship with home poses more questions than answers.
In a new exhibition, photographer Marc Shoul examines the contrasting fortunes of those living in the country’s places of gold.
In the secluded village of Kleinfontein residents live a life of segregation and racism, these Afrikaners long to return to their Apartheid past.
Alice Mann created a storm when she photographed her own wealthy suburban community in Cape Town and highlighted the black domestic workers who enable their lives of luxury.
London Palestine Action protested Sabon cosmetics, whose whose factory is built on former Palestinian villages.
A six-part short film series explores the long-term psychological effects of documenting moments of conflict, from the civil war in Syria to domestic violence in New York.
Jason Larkin releases two photography projects from South Africa, Waiting and Platinum, which reveal the subtle complexities of the Rainbow Nation two decades after apartheid.