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David Goldblatt
On the Mines



David Goldblatt: On the Mines.
Mit einem Essay von Nadine Gordimer.

180 Seiten mit 80 Duoton- und Farbfotos, Text englisch, 27,5 x 27,5 cm, Göttingen 2012, Leinen gebunden

Bestell-Nummer: 99274G
EUR 19.99 (statt 58.00)
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On the Mines is a re-designed and expanded version of David Goldblatt’s influential book of 1973. Goldblatt grew up in the South African town of Randfontein, which was shaped by the social culture and financial success of the gold mines surrounding it. When these mines started to fail in the mid-sixties Goldblatt began taking photos of them, which form the basis of On the Mines. The book features an essay on the human and political dimensions of mining in South Africa by Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, whose writing has long influenced Goldblatt. The new version of the book maintains the original three chapters “The Witwatersrand: a Time and Tailings”, “Shaftsinking” and “Mining Men”, but is otherwise completely updated, in Goldblatt’s words, “to expand the view but not to alter the sense of things”. There are thirty-one new mostly unpublished photos including colour images, eleven deleted images, a postscript by Gordimer to her essay, as well as a text by Goldblatt reflecting on his childhood and the 1973 book.

David Goldblatt: On the Mines.
Mit einem Essay von Nadine Gordimer.

180 Seiten mit 80 Duoton- und Farbfotos, Text englisch, 27,5 x 27,5 cm, Göttingen 2012, Leinen gebunden

Bestell-Nummer: 99274G    EUR 19.99 (statt 58.00)
lieferbar innerhalb 10 Werktagen

in den Warenkorb        

versandkostenfrei in Deutschland ab EUR 26.00


On the Mines is a re-designed and expanded version of David Goldblatt’s influential book of 1973. Goldblatt grew up in the South African town of Randfontein, which was shaped by the social culture and financial success of the gold mines surrounding it. When these mines started to fail in the mid-sixties Goldblatt began taking photos of them, which form the basis of On the Mines. The book features an essay on the human and political dimensions of mining in South Africa by Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, whose writing has long influenced Goldblatt. The new version of the book maintains the original three chapters “The Witwatersrand: a Time and Tailings”, “Shaftsinking” and “Mining Men”, but is otherwise completely updated, in Goldblatt’s words, “to expand the view but not to alter the sense of things”. There are thirty-one new mostly unpublished photos including colour images, eleven deleted images, a postscript by Gordimer to her essay, as well as a text by Goldblatt reflecting on his childhood and the 1973 book.



Weitere Bücher des gleichen Autors : David Goldblatt
David Goldblatt: Regarding Intersections

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Minen, Bergbau, Suedafrika


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