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Photo and Art
Author: Sandra Klopper,Peter Magubane
ISBN: 1868725162
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 96 pages
Publisher Struik Pub (November 1, 2003)
Language Multilingual
Category: Photo and Art
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eBook Arts and Crafts (African Heritage) (Multilingual Edition) download

by Sandra Klopper,Peter Magubane


Peter Magubane is an internationally acclaimed photographer who has published over a dozen books on the people and events of South Africa.

Peter Magubane is an internationally acclaimed photographer who has published over a dozen books on the people and events of South Africa. His work appears in magazines and other printed media all over the world, and he has won numerous awards and wide-spread recognition. He lives in Melville, Johannesburg. The text is by Professor Sandra Klopper. She lives in Gardens, Cape town.

Peter Sexford Magubane was born in Vrededorp, now Pageview, a suburb in. .Arts and Crafts, Peter Magubane, text by Sandra Klopper, Cape Town: Struik, 2001, ISBN 1-86872-836-6.

Peter Sexford Magubane was born in Vrededorp, now Pageview, a suburb in Johannesburg, and grew up in Sophiatown. He began taking photographs using a Kodak Brownie box camera as a schoolboy. In 1954 he read a copy of Drum, a magazine known for its reporting of urban blacks and the effects of apartheid. These photographs have been published under the African Heritage Series banner. Black As I Am, Zindzi Mandela and Peter Magubane; foreword by Andrew Young, Los Angeles Guild of Tutors Press, 1978, ISBN 0-89615-001-1.

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Peter Magubane, Sandra Klopper. In some African communities, items of beadwork may be used to draw attention to a woman's status as the mother of an initiate who has just undergone circumcision, while in others they may play a significant role in divination practices. A wide range of southern African peoples, whose clothing combines traditional and Western elements, is represented in this book.

Some of these artistic practices date back to pre-colonial times, for instance the production of household goods, such as clay pots, grass baskets and gourd vessels. In the course of the 20th century, new practices emerged, including the production of large clay sculptures and murals using commercially produced paints. In general these crafts, both old and new, are practised by women living in rural areas, who need to generate income to raise their families. Today, clay pots, grass baskets and other items are produced both for the tourist market and for domestic use, and in this way local artistic traditions have been revitalized.