Kin is a collection of images shot within a few miles of pieter hugos home in south africa over the past decade focusing on the photographers family his community and himself. Pieter hugo kin a collection of photographs from south africa that probes into the countrys difficult history and attempts to address the problematic questions of identity belonging and the very meaning of the word home. Pieter hugos latest exhibition kin is at the yossi milo gallery in new york until 19 october it confronts issues of race and injustice in hugos homeland as well as the failure of . Following pieter hugos first ever solo exhibition in germany corporeality we are pleased to present his new series kin south african pieter hugo has established himself as one of the worlds best known artists within the space of just a few years. Kin photographs by pieter hugo text by ben okri aperture new york 2015 164 pp 80 color illustrations 9 1 2 x12 1 4 x 3 4 life in present day south africa is inextricably linked to the history of apartheid and centuries of institutionalized segregation and inequality born from colonial rule
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