The South African photographer David Goldblatt calls
himself "an unlicensed, self-appointed social critic" of his country and
compatriots, "sometimes harsh, but not without love."
description will hardly prepare you for the subtlety and incisiveness
of his work. "Intersections Intersected," the survey that now fills two
floors of the New Museum, ranges from black-and-white pictures made in
1964, at the beginning of Goldblatt's career, to color photographs taken
over the past few years.
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