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Interior relations

Author: Ian Van Coller; Sindiwe Magona
Publisher: New York, NY : Charles Lane Press, September 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"This project focuses on the intersection of post-Apartheid black and white identities via photographic portraiture of black domestic workers who work in homes owned by white South Africans. Though separated by an enormous gulf of inequality, the domestics and their employers are wedded by an intensely intimate, personal, and awkward interdependence. 'Interior relations' explores the discrepancies between the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photobooks
Essays
Portraits
Specimens
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Van Coller; Sindiwe Magona
ISBN: 9780981877037 0981877036
OCLC Number: 747505624
Notes: Limited first edition of 500 copies.
This first trade edition is case bound in white cloth-covered boards with a blind debossed illustration on the front. Issued in an illustrated paper dust jacket. An essay by Sindiwe Magona is followed by twenty-seven color portraits of black domestic workers in the homes of their white employers. All photographs in this book were made using a Toyo AX 4x5 field camera.
Description: 3 unnumbered leaves, 64 pages : color illustrations, portraits ; 34 cm
Responsibility: photographs by Ian van Coller ; essay by Sindiwe Magona.

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"This project focuses on the intersection of post-Apartheid black and white identities via photographic portraiture of black domestic workers who work in homes owned by white South Africans. Though separated by an enormous gulf of inequality, the domestics and their employers are wedded by an intensely intimate, personal, and awkward interdependence. 'Interior relations' explores the discrepancies between the country's public democratic ideals and the ongoing racial and economic inequality that affects a large majority of black South Africans. The women were dressed in their favourite clothes and photographed in the homes of their employers"--Publisher's description at the Photo-eye Bookstore website, viewed on June 6, 2016.

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