Politics and Photography in Apartheid South Africa. A paper by David L. Krantz
Resistance or struggle photography is a term describing the photographic documentation of conflict between oppressed and oppressor from the perspective of the subjugated. An example of this genre is explored in the context of apartheid South Africa during the 1980s through the work of a collective called Afrapix.
Art and Resistance under apartheid
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