Documenting the racial divide during apartheid, he was credited with bringing a strong moral and ethical dimension to his work

The photographer David Goldblatt, whose work chronicled apartheid-era South Africa, has died, aged 87.

Goldblatt documented the racial divide of his home country during some of its most turbulent years, and was credited with bringing a strong moral and ethical dimension to his work. Through photographing simple scenes, such as children playing or exhausted workers sleeping on their bus journey home, he revealed the power imbalance at the heart of South African society.

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