Oxford exhibits photographs of apartheid South Africa

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Photographs showing the lives of black South Africans in the early apartheid state are being displayed for the first time in 50 years.

People Apart: Cape Town Survey 1952 by Bryan Heseltine will go on show at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford from 19 July 2011 to 8 January 2012.

The exhibition is curated by Darren Newbury, Professor of Photography at Birmingham City University. He discovered the collection by chance when he was approached after a talk.

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