As the struggle against apartheid gained momentum in the
seventies and eighties, women photographers recorded the drama
unfolding across the land. More recently, women have begun
exploring a different aesthetic and developing a wide range of
photographic practices in the worlds of fashion, journalism,
documentary, and advertising. Seventy-five photographers and almost
400 images are included.
"Robin Comley" has worked as a journalist and editor and is
photographic editor of "A Century of Sundays," a retrospective on
100 years of the "Sunday Times" newspaper. "George Hallett" is a
Cape Town-based photographer who has exhibited internationally. In
1995, he won a Golden Eye in the World Press Photo Award for his
essay on President Mandela during the 1994 election campaign. "Neo
Ntsoma" has won many prestigious awards including the CNN African
Journalist Award (Photography), of which she was the first woman
recipient. Her work has been published in international
publications and her photo-project, South African Youth ID--Kwaito
Culture' appeared in "Moving in Time," an anthology of work from
fifty South African photographers in celebration of ten years of
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