The Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards are presented by the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation in partnership with Media Space and they pay tribute to Andor Kraszna-Krausz (b.
It turns the lens on one of South Africa’s most prolific image-makers and documents his remarkable contribution to photography, both locally and on an international scale.
Offering unique insights into the photographer’s practice, it features interviews with Zanele Muholi, William Kentridge, the late Nadine Gordimer, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Howard Booth.
The exhibition is dedicated to the series Structures, one of the major bodies of works by Goldblatt.
For over three decades Goldblatt has traveled South Africa photographing sites and structures weighted with historical narrative: monuments, private, religious and secular, that reveal something about the people who built them.
As a non-profit arts organisation dedicated to promoting and encouraging innovation within the South African arts, the exhibition uses the Buitenkant Street gallery space as a platform in which the idea of collaboration and collectivity can be explored.
Curated by Ziphozenkosi Dayile and Kemang Wa Lehulere, , first ever feature-length documentary on the legendary South African photographer, is showing at the Durban International Film Festival on 16,18 and 22 July.
is on show at Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, from 20 October to 5 December.
The catalogue produced for the show notes that the exhibition is “essentially about the human spirit” and draws on a number of bodies of work, covering a period of some 65 years.
Throughout his career, Goldblatt’s projects have exemplified the highest standards of intellectual rigour and creative production.