From the publisher:
"The Borders of Apartheid is the fulfilment of the work of a significant South African photographer. It is an informative and troubling book, beginning with a relentless report, from 1652 to the present day, of events and growing confrontation about land and race issues in this country. It is a story which we all know, but, distilled in the chronicle, its impact is unexpected as it drives inexorably toward South Africa's present dilemma. It is a disturbing prelude to the frank and compassionate photographs which explore like Bophuthatswana, paradoxically itself a product of Apartheid, and which finds itself now beyond the borders of Apartheid."
28.8 x 28.8 cm | 129 pages | hardcover
This book forms part of a collection selected by proto~ on the occasion of Sean O'Toole's Photo book! Photo-book! Photobook! Read more about the exhibition here.