From the publisher:
“The culmination of over 10 years of work by the award-winning South African photographer Jodi Bieber. Beginning in 1994 after South Africa's first democratic elections, the book focuses on a generation of young people growing up on the fringes of South African society.
Bieber takes readers into one of the toughest neighbourhoods of Johannesburg – into a world where gangs rule, where children live with HIV/Aids, and where prostitutes vary their rates depending on the colour of their clients.”
In a raw and intimate series of photographs, Jodi Bieber unveils a part of South Africa rarely portrayed.
height 20 cm | width 15 cm | depth 1.6 cm | 144 pages | hardcover
South African documentary photographer Jodi Bieber (b. 1966) has been awarded seven World Press Photographic Awards for her work. She currently lives and works in London.