Peter Watkins • Guardian

Saturday, 25 June 2016

“[Johnny Miller’s] photos are shot beautifully, with clarity and vivid color that enhances the architectural patterns of divide. Yet, as [he] notes, there’s nothing new or particularly revealing about the photos; you could go to Google Earth right now and find the same image of the lush manicured hills of Durban’s Papwa Sewgolum golf course, for example, standing just feet from a settlement packed with tin shacks. Or the wealthy estates of the verdant Hout Bay, hidden by trees from the small shack dwellings of the poor Imizamo Yethu suburb.” Meg Miller • Co.Design

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