Tag: Mikhael Subotzky

Moscow 2012 Mikhael Subotzky

Mikhael Subotzky’s road leads us to a prison, one located right in the middle of an intersection, right in the middle of a city, it radiates out from the prison. You would have to be South African to imagine such a concept. Subotzky, 31, is fascinated by prisons. He has made it an important theme of his reportages, highly acclaimed in his native South Africa and abroad (Arles, New York, London). A book has already been made from this 2006 reportage, Beaufort West. In 2007 Subotzky joined the prestigious Magnum photos agency


Worth a Look: Mikhael Subotzky’s Ponte City Project | dvafoto

I just came across his latest project “Ponte City” on his new website. He has thrown me around again, and I believe (and hope) it will for many others too. He has photographed every Door, Window and Television in an iconic and infamous 54-story apartment building in Johannesburg.


Leica Oskar Barnack Award Winner Photography

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Leica Oskar Barnack Award Winner Photography | Hypebeast:

Leica recently announced the winner of their 30th Annual Oskar Barnack Award, in South African Mikhael Subotzky. Aside from earning respect throughout the photography community, Mikhael received a generous monetary prize from the historic German camera makers. With the winner now being announced, Leica offers a complete look into the photographer’s series of winning photographs. Excellent would be an understatement, as each image captures the essence of its subject matter brilliantly.