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On a recent trip to the United States, Panos photographer Graeme Williams tried to get to the root of the apparent contradictions in the country’s psyche that have led to the deep divisions within the society.
This essay focuses on young South Africans who were born after the end of apartheid.
Graeme Williams began his photographic career as a photojournalist documenting the struggle to end apartheid.
Since 2010, Graeme Williams has been working on his project charting the transformation of South Africa’s society since the end of minority rule.
Paul Weinberg conceived and curated the exhibition Then & Now for the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University.