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Awam Amkpa; Tamar Garb; Walther Collection.
|Notes:||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Walther Collection, 2012-2013.|
|Description:||352 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 33 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword / Artur Walther --
Artur Walther and Tamar Garb: A conversation --
Encountering the African archive: The interwoven temporalities of Distance and desire / Tamar Garb --
Part 1: Poetics and politics. Looking at photographs: between contemplation, curiosity, and gaze / Elizabeth Edwards ; Colonialism's corpus: Kimberley and the case of the Cartes de Visite / Tamar Garb ; "Zulu mothers" and their children traveling around the world: from photograph to picture postcard / Christraud Geary ; Archiving memory / Cheryl Finley ; Barnard, Moore, Gribble, and the privacy of the archive / Erin Haney ; Changing without changing: The ethnography of A.M. Duggan-Cronin's Bantu Tribes of South Africa / Michael Godby ; "Being Zulu": A history in portraits / Hlonipha Mokoena ; Plates 1-136. --
Part 2 :Contemporary reconfigurations. From here...: Carrie Mae Weems / Deborah Willis and Carla Williams ; Then and now: Santu Mofokeng's Black Photo Album / Jennifer Bajorek ; Happy Survival!: Highlife, photography, and the postcolonial condition / Chika Okeke-Agula ; I'm not who you think I'm not / Gabi Ngobo ; Africa: Colonial photography and outlaws of history / Awam Amkpa ; Plates 137-215.
|Other Titles:||Distance and desire
Encounters with the African archive
|Responsibility:||edited by Tamar Garb ; with essays by Awam Amkpa [and 12 others].|