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In the post-war period, the South African government gradually developed a policy of apartheid that was meant to permanently retain the rights and privileges of a white minority. While racial prejudices create difficulties in many societies, only in South Africa was segregation institutionalized and regulated. The results were tragic and disturbing. The camera of Ian Berry has uniquely recorded this aspect of the South African experience: the duty to ‘live apart’ while occupying the same space.

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