stealing souls for cash, where I followed up my search, had a lovely collection on photographers taking impressive stills of twins.
But a week back, I discovered the eternal joy. Not only about twin-photography. The Stadtmuseum Munich had an exhibition on about Roger Ballen, the photographer, who is famous for his intense portraits from South-Africa. Portraits of Transval Dorps (villages) as well as from the Platteland (Flat Lands), from the eve of the end of Apartheid and from poverty carved in to faces and hearts. Humans with seemingly no future, the White Trash of the Kap’s green landscapes. This one I love a lot as well:
Two great interviews with Roger Ballen you can find here and here. – A great overview all across his work you find here, shopping for some prints of Roger Ballen you can go here. And the exhibition in Stadtmuseum Munich runs till Sunday, 27th of February 2011.
Last not least, let me introduce you to Eugene on the phone, shot in 2000, from the series Outland. Don’t you just love the dirt on her feet?