Going Home: some on this bus will reach home at between 21h30 and 22h00 and rise again the next morning at between 2h00 and 3h00.
Going Home: some on this bus will reach home at between 21h30 and 22h00 and rise again the next morning at between 2h00 and 3h00., 1984
From The Transported of KwaNdebele
Gelatin-silver print, 40.6 x 50.8 cm
Collection Fotomuseum Winterthur
© David Goldblatt
1930 (Randfontein, SZ) – 2018 (Johannesburg, SZ)
In his own distinctive way, David Goldblatt scans the world’s surfaces for “telling” details, collecting visual evidence that leads to a greater understanding of the essence of South African society. He mixes concrete visual imagery and direct, respectful encounters to make a structural analysis of society, weaving images and texts into a complex visual anthropology. The result is a revitalization of documentary photography that gives his work its own great strength. Goldblatt’s work deals mainly with South Africa, yet at the same time, it helps us to think about the balance of power and discriminations throughout the entire world.