Moving in Time
Moving in timevividly portrays a country that reinvented itself during the first decade of its democracy. The book contains a selection of photographs by various South African photographers who capture the spirit of the country during this exciting and challenging period. The photographs are not only positive, they also realisticallyreflect poverty, unemployment, crime and the ravages of HIV/AIDS. Overwhelmingly, though, they depict a vibrant society that has turned diversity into an asset. The images also celebrate the achievement of ' a people who have come out of a storm', as Mandla Langa writes in the introduction.
About the author
George Hallet became fascinated with photography while growing up in the fishing village of Hout Bay on the Cape Peninsula. Hallet's work has been widely exhibited, both in South Africa and abroad. He has contributed to several books, and won numerous international and South African awards.
Author George Hallet
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