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Born in 1956 in South Africa, photographer Santu Mofokeng grew up in Soweto and seized daily life in the townships, slums where "non-whites" were penned by the racist regime. His work is exhibited in Amsterdam from February 15th.

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The photographs in this portfolio are part of Santu Mofokeng's "Dukathole" series. They were taken in 1988 at Dukathole (Old Germiston), a township in the eastern suburbs of Johannesburg, where Métis and black families were deported.


SANTU MOFOKENG

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