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Introduction » Then and Now » Paul Weinberg (20 Slides) [Page 1 of 1] ::Jump To -Paul Weinberg
Paul Weinberg was born in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal, in 1956. He was a founding member of Afrapix, the
collective photo agency that documented resistance to apartheid in the 1980s. Weinberg’s images have been widely
exhibited and published. In addition to his own work examining people, cultures, and human environments, he has
photographed on assignment for newspapers, magazines, and non-governmental organizations. In 1993, Weinberg won
a Mother Jones International Fund for Documentary Photography Award for his portrayal of the fisher folk of Kosi Bay on
South Africa’s northern Natal coast. Weinberg has taught photography at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke
University. He is the Curator at the Centre for Curating the Archive at the University of Cape Town. The Then &Now
exhibit is a product of his vision and perseverance.
Paul Weinberg -Then
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Paul Weinberg -Now
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