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|Annalize Mouton started photographing people in the village of Stanford, South Africa (pop. 7000) on 12 June 2007 with the idea of exhibitiing "a few" portraits during the village's 150th anniversary in September/October. This turned into a larger project, with a coffee-table book with over 500 portraits launched on 9 February 2008, attended by hundreds of people from all walks of life. On 5 October 2007 almost 400 people attended the opening of an exhibition of 56 images, which may be viewed on the following pages.
Archival prints (inkjet on Hahnemühle photo rag paper) may be ordered from Annalize email@example.com
The book comprises 240 page of 280 x 280 mm, with a hard cover and laminated dust jacket. To order the book (R560 inclusive to SA address), contact Annalize
|Above: No 02: Togetherness/Leighan & horse
Left: No 01: Likeness/Nikki and Gera