Graeme Williams photographed South Africa’s transition to democracy. He is now revisiting Johannesburg’s inner city with his camera – as well as other significant places he photographed during the violent struggle here. He says that while the Apartheid system around which photography revolved in the 1980s is gone, it doesn’t mean that South Africa has arrived as an healthy and equitable society.
This video is one in a series of interviews with South African photographers about photography and democracy here – then and now.
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You can view more pictures on Graeme Williams’ website.