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Andrew Tshabangu South Africa

Many of Andrew Tshabangu’s photographs might be described as “documentary” in their style and subject matter. Yet the real­ ism typically associated with photographic practice is matched in Tshabangu’s work by an other­worldly quality­it seems. To use a biblical phrase. Each of the images presents a view that is refracted, obscured or curtailed in some way. This limitation is partly inevitable – the camera lens is always selective.

Rear­view mirror 2004 (Printed on archival paper)

Man Washing clothes 2003 (Printed on archival paper)

Window­Rain on shield 2004 (Printed on archival paper) 199

Inspiration Art Book vol 2017  

Gathering top award-winning artists around the globe in different styles – from abstract to floral, using acrylic or oil, painting landscape...

Inspiration Art Book vol 2017  

Gathering top award-winning artists around the globe in different styles – from abstract to floral, using acrylic or oil, painting landscape...

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