In 2012 and 2013 the young South African photographer Katharine Cooper, who lives in Arles, travelled back to her homeland South Africa and Zimbabwe to photograph women, men and children whose lives she could have shared. For four months she travelled to the various locations linked to her childhood and personal history. Deliberately ignoring the anti-apartheid sentiments, Cooper followed her own intuition revealing her solidarity with South Africa`s complicated society that suffers from the high costs of apartheid such as disintegration and alienation. Cooper achieved an intimate portrait, in all its diversity but with incredible sensitivity.
Taal / Language : English
Katharine Cooper, White Africans
Alia Thomas Hotshoe International 08-08-2014
'interview with Katharine Cooper.
Katharine Cooper was born and raised in Africa, but as an African of European descent, she was part of the minority growing up. She talks to Alia Thomas about the significance of her series, “White Africans”, and touches upon the issues that are still present within parts of the African community.'
288 x 234 x 13 mm
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