Jürgen Schadeberg


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Great Britain 1964 - 84


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Some of the very many news, reviews and interviews.

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Capturing apartheid Two Pasadena libraries showcase photos of South Africa under apartheid taken by Jürgen Schadeberg - By Justin Chapman 01/05/2012
CPT - Committee to Protect Journalists
Remembering Henry Nxumalo, pioneer under apartheid

'Photographs of seven decades'
on occasion of his 80th Birthday.
The Exhibition runs to the 15th January 2012

October 2011 to a programme called Stilbruch on RBB TV Berlin.

Deutscher Fotograf in England
Auf ein Bier mit Grandma

Italian Press - December 2011

Nelson Mandela (PDF File)

Mich konntewenig schocken. (PDF file)

PP UK Article (PDF file 2.1MB)

Le Pin-la-Garenne sous l’objectif de Schadeberg - Photo - France 3 Régions - France 3

Recent one hour documentary
on Jurgen (Arte TV)

Claudia Schadeberg
Photography and Film Producer

BOLI - (Sep-Nov 2009) (PDF file)

Gallerie Flo Peters (PDF file)

A book and a photographic exhibition launched in Johannesburg honour Nelson Mandela's legacy.

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Interview for RFI Anglophone (Radio France International) June 2009

LFI Magazine June 2008 front cover

SOWETAN Monday 21 October 1996
Drum’s lensman to show his talent By Claire Keeton

Mail&Guardian 13-19 December 1996
A retrospective of Jurgen Schadeberg’s work over the last 40 years confirms his enduring photographic eye.
Hazel Friedman spoke to him.

BUSINESS DAY 28 Tuesday 2003
Art’s poor cousin develops a shine - By Tim Cohen

The Sunday Independent - 12 October 2003 Beyond the lens By Mary Stuart Jurgen Schadeberg's iconic pictures from the 1950s are legends - but he warns against idealising that reality.

He helped to create a legend The man behind the Drum book – By Rina Minervini

Hola – 15 April 2001 Legendary lens man ever fresh Fifty year on and Jurgen Schadeberg is as sharp as ever, writes Themba

The Sunday Independent - 24 November 1996 Schadeberg’s retrospective shows a profound humanist at work. Darryl Accone's Sunday Profile

New York Times Friday, 13 April, 2001 Art in Review Jurgen Schadeberg ‘Drumbeat, South Africa, 1950 -1994” Axis Gallery By Holland Cotter

INTERVAL Tuesday, 22 January 2002 Spirit of the times captured on film A look at life through Jurgen Schadeberg’s camera lens By Geraldine Frohling