'Stripped naked, our racist past is ugly' an article in the South African Mail & Guardian about British Magnum photographer Ian Berry’s 50-year odyssey in South Africa, begins.
Strong photos from South Africa in the 1960ties:
'Images range from mannequins, musicians and massacres to fishermen, fascists and family life, Afrikaners, Zulus and the Zion Christian Church, with pass burnings and police beatings along the way. Policemen hit Africans with sjamboks in the early pictures, and the AWB in later ones.'
More at the museum website: 'Living Apart: photographs of apartheid by Ian Berry'.
I note Berry's words: Being an outsider you have “a visual photographic advantage”.