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Solo exhibition of work by David Goldblatt at the A4 Arts Foundation in Cape Town

Titled Picture Theory, the A4 Arts Foundation presents a solo exhibition of photographic work by David Goldblatt (opens 25 October).  As an exhibition, Picture Theory deviates from the convention of presenting Goldblatt’s images within their original essays or bodies of work. Instead the project uncouples images from their chronological and contextual sources, seeking poetic connections that span decades and series. 

Retrospective exhibition for David Goldblatt at MCA Sydney

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents a major retrospective for David Goldblatt as part of the Sydney International Art Series (13 October – 3 March). Curated by MCA Chief Curator Rachel Kent in close collaboration with Goldblatt, the exhibition presents photographs spanning his six decade-career, as well as early vintage prints and never-before- exhibited material from a personal archive. The photographs encompass the darkness of Apartheid, the history of the country’s mining industry, the lives of the white middle class, forced segregation of black and Asian communities into townships under the Group Areas Act, as well as the stories of ex-offenders and their crimes, providing a ‘powerful reflection and insight into South Africa’s turbulent history.’

David Goldblatt featured on Art21 “Johannesburg” episode

David Goldblatt features in an episode of the popular Art21 television series, Art in the Twenty-First Century, which focuses on several Johannesburg-based artists. In the episode Goldblatt is filmed in the Sandton area of Johannesburg where he points to race conflicts as a factor that helped shape the landscape of the city, remarking: “In this country, because of the nakedness of the struggles that took place between Black and White, the structures that emerged were amazingly clear demonstrations of value systems".

David Goldblatt, Haroon Gunn-Salie and Yinka Shonibare MBE on A4 Arts Foundation’s inaugural exhibition in Cape Town

The A4 Arts Foundation’s inaugural exhibition, You & I, in Cape Town (13 September – 30 November) includes work by David Goldblatt, Haroon Gunn-Salie and Yinka Shonibare MBE. As a non-profit arts organisation dedicated to promoting and encouraging innovation within the South African arts, the exhibition uses the Buitenkant Street gallery space as a platform in which the idea of collaboration and collectivity can be explored. Curated by Ziphozenkosi Dayile and Kemang Wa Lehulere, You & I examines the multivocality of collectivity by investigating and reconsidering the social conditions, dynamics and histories of such ideas.


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  • Solo exhibitions

    On Common Ground: David Goldblatt & Peter Magubane

    David Goldblatt / The Pursuit of Values

    David Goldblatt / Structures of Dominion & Democracy / 2014

    David Goldblatt / On the Mines / 2012

    David Goldblatt / Portraits / 2011

    David Goldblatt / TJ: Some things old, some things new and some much the same

    David Goldblatt / Fietas

    David Goldblatt/ Joburg

    David Goldblatt / Intersections

    David Goldblatt / Particulars and Rural South Africa

    Group exhibitions

    Narrative Means / 2018

    the silences between / 2017

    Summer Show / 2016

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

    Edge of Silence / 2015

    Other People's Memories / 2015

    The Poetry In Between: South-South / 2015

    C-16 / 2013

    Structures / 2013

    Editions / 2013

    Advance/...Notice / 2012

    Winter Show / Cape Town / 2010

    Winter Show / Joburg / 2010

  • Biography

    Solo Exhibitions

    Awards and Merits

    Collections

    Selected Articles and Reviews

    Publications

    Group Exhibitions


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  • Videos

    David Goldblatt in Conversation With Matthew Krouse

  • Press for David Goldblatt

    David Goldblatt / Artforum / November 2009

    Leora Maltz-Leca on David Goldblatt (591.1 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Arthub / May 2016

    Engaging with South Africa: David Goldblatt, by Ryan Nuckolls (489.7 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Pretoria News / October 2015

    Retrospective sees Goldblatt get his dues by Diane de Beer (1.1 MB)

    David Goldblatt / Creative Feel / October 2015

    The Pursuit of Values (2 MB)

    David Goldblatt / allAfrica / Africa / 5 August 2015

    South Africa: Structures of Dominion and Democracy By Thapelo Mokoatsi (431.4 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Mail and Guardian / South Africa / 24 April 2015

    The structures that David Goldblatt values By Jeremy Kuper (343.9 KB)

    David Goldblatt / IOL Daily News / South Africa / 8 April 2015

    Seeing ourselves in structures By Kamcilla Pillay (440 KB)

    Silence talks with a powerful voice / Mail and Guardian / South Africa / 13 August 2015

    Silence talks with a powerful voice By BONGANI KONA (1.8 MB)

    David Goldblatt / Mail and Guardian / 30 - 5 January to February 2015

    David Goldblatt salutes a photographer whose work speaks fluently about people and events By David Goldblatt (503.4 KB)

    David Goldblatt / The New Yorker / New York / 22 January 2015

    David Goldblatt’s “Particulars” By Genevieve Fussell (211.7 KB)

    David Goldblatt / The Mail and Guardian / 21 to 27 November 2014

    Landscapes of High Voltage by Melvyn Minnaar (315.1 KB)

    David Goldblatt / City Press / Johannesburg / 27 July 2014

    Fine china for charity by Percy Mabandu (234.8 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Design indaba / South Africa / 5 March 2014

    David Goldblatt on life through lens by Design Indaba (254 KB)

    David Goldblatt / ARTNews / United States of America / 9 April 2012

    Things Fall Apartheid by Robin Cebalist (512.1 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Mail & Guardian / Johannesburg / 2-8 November 2012

    Exploration of mining taps into rich seams by Rory Bester (623 KB)

    David Goldblatt / The Guardian / United Kingdom / 9 November 2012

    Feeling the heat: Photography under apartheid by Roger Tooth (131.6 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Mail & Guardian / Johannesburg / 17 September 2010

    Shot on the spot by Shaun de Waal (7.4 MB)

    David Goldblatt / Mail & Guardian / Johannesburg / 29 April 2010

    David Goldblatt's clear-eyed view of apartheid by Ann Levin (171.7 KB)

    David Goldblatt / Marie Claire / South Africa / October 2010

    More than black and white by Aspasia Karras (8.1 MB)

    David Goldblatt / Sunday Independent / South Africa / 17 October 2010

    Haunted by the past by Mary Corrigall (2.8 MB)

    David Goldblatt / Sunday Times / South Africa / 26 September 2010

    Posers by Sunday Times Lifestyle (5.4 MB)

    David Goldblatt / The Jewish Daily Forward / United States / 9 May 2010

    A Lens on Apartheid's Haunting Legacy by Donald Weber (5.2 MB)

    David Goldblatt / The New York Review / New York / 2 - 19 September 2010

    South Africa; The Truth Teller by Joseph Lelyveld (2.5 MB)

    David Goldblatt / The Times / South Africa / 8 October 2010

    Goldblatt's old and new by Jackie May (1.8 MB)