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Steve Bloom @ Guardian Gallery

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Grand Parade, Cape Town, South Africa – Steve Bloom (1976)

I can’t wait to see Beneath the Surface, an exhibition by acclaimed UK-based South African photographer Steve Bloom. His images from mid-1970s South Africa capture a moment of change, when mounting dissent met with brutal repression, signalling the gradual implosion of the apartheid system.

This exhibition is part of the London Festival of Photography; for further info, see the festival website. Bloom is giving a talk on 11th June at 7pm (tickets £9.99), details here.

Show: 1st – 28th June. FREE.

Opening hours: Daily, 10.00-18.00

Guardian News & Media
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London
N1 9GU

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