DAVID GOLDBLATT
Featuring 'Particulars' and 'Colour Landscapes'

From September 4th, 2019
Between Laingsburg and Matjiesfontein, Western Cape. 2 February 2011 (4_A0758)
© David Goldblatt 2011
A0+
Digital print in pigment inks on cotton rag paper STD 4/10, Edition of 10
A cairn, possibly a grave, Leeuwenvalley, Moordenaar?s Karoo, Western Cape. 24 April 2002 (4_8582
© David Goldblatt 2002
A0+
Digital print in pigment inks on cotton rag paper A0+ AP 1/11
At Pearly Beach, Western Cape. He leadeth me beside the still waters, Memorial to a holiday maker, Bob O?Neil. (4_9143CN)
© David Goldblatt 2004
A0+: 127.5 x 152 cm
Digital print in pigment inks on cotton rag pap STD 4/6
At the food-shop and restaurant of Annatjie Mostert- Joubert, during a kultuurfees (Cultural Festival). Annatjie is a daughter of Gamkaskloof and the only member of the original community still living there in 2006. Gamkaskloof, Western Cape. 27 October 2
© David Goldblatt 2006
42 x 59.5cm A2
Digital print in pigment inks on cotton rag paper STD 1/10
Couple on a Sunday afternoon at Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975 (2_24182)
© David Goldblatt 1975
50 x 50 cm
Silver gelatin print on fibre-based paper Edition of 10
Man with necklaces. Joubert Park, Johannesburg. 1975
© David Goldblatt 1975
50 x 50 cm
1975 Silver gelatin print on fibre-based paper Edition of 10
Woman dressed for an occasion. Joubert Park, Johannesburg. 1975
© David Goldblatt 1975
50.5 x 49.5 cm
Silver gelatin print on fibre-based paper Edition of 10
Woman sleeping, Zoo Lake, Johannesburg. 1975
© David Goldblatt 1975
50 x 50 cm
Silver gelatin print on fibre-based paper Edition of 10

EXHIBITIONS

DAVID GOLDBLATT
Featuring 'Particulars' and 'Colour Landscapes'
Annandale Galleries will be reopening on September 4th with critically acclaimed photographer DAVID GOLDBLATT.. This will be David Goldblatt's debut Commercial Gallery exhibition in Australia following the Retrospective and 400 page catalogue at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) October 2018 - March 2019
Full colour catalogue available for the Annandale Exhibition.
From September 4th, 2019

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