David Goldblatt reading list

Goldblatt, David. In Boksburg. Books on Books Series No. 7. New York: Errata Editions, 2010.

Goldblatt, David.kith, kin & khaya. South African Photographs. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery, 2010.

Goldblatt, David. TJ / Johannesburg Photographs 1948-2010. Cape Town: Umuzi, 2010.

Goldblatt, David. Intersections Intersected. Porto: MACS and Civilizacao Editora, 2008.

Goldblatt, David. Some Afrikaners Revisited. With Essays by Antjie Krog and Ivor Powell. Roggebaai: Umuzi, 2007

Goldblatt, David. Hasselblad Award 2006. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2006

Goldblatt, David. Photographs. Rom: Contrasto, 2006

Goldblatt, David. South African Intersections. With an interview by Mark Haworth-Booth and essays by Christoph Danelzik-Brueggemann and Michael Stevenson. Munich, London: Prestel, 2005.

Goldblatt, David. Particulars. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery Editions, 2003.

Goldblatt, David. David Goldblatt 55. London: Phaidon, 2001.

Goldblatt, David. Fifty-One Years. Barcelona: Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, 2001.

Goldblatt, David. South Africa: The Structure of Things Then. With an essay by Neville Dubow. Cape Town, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Goldblatt, David. The Transported of KwaNdebele. A South African Odyssey. Accounts by Brenda Goldblatt; essay by Phillip van Niekerk; afterword by Alex Harris. New York: Aperture, 1989.

Goldblatt, David and Nadine Gordimer.  Lifetimes: Under Apartheid. London: Cape, 1986.

Goldblatt, David.  In Boksburg. Cape Town: Gallery Press, 1982.

Goldblatt, David. Some Afrikaners Photographed. Johannesburg: Murray Crawford, 1975.

Goldblatt, David and Nadine Gordimer. On the Mines. Cape Town: C. Struik, 1973.

Goldblatt, David. Kith, Kin and Khaya. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery, 2010

Goldblatt, David and Ivan Vladislavic, TJ/Double Negative. Rome, Cape Town: Contrasto, Umuzi, 2011

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EVENING EVENT: While Design Culture Salon 10 looked at the concept of movement in urban culture, this salon focuses on spaces of immobility to reveal some of the inconsistencies and resistances in contemporary design culture.

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