Challenging South Africa's past
During South Africa's apartheid era the most common photographs to emerge from the country were of violence, poverty and inequality. But now there is a new breed of photographer flourishing in the formerly segregated nation.
Curator Tamar Garb - who herself went into self-imposed exile after starting a relationship with a black man - explains some of the work as she takes us round Figures & Fictions: Contemporary South African Photography, an exhibition currently showing at London's Victoria and Albert museum.Continue reading the main story
Interview by Anna Holligan, production by Anna Holligan and Phil Coomes