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us: Schadeberg, Jurgen, 1931-

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    • us: Schadeberg, J. (Jurgen), 1931-
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        Berlin (Germany)
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        South Africa
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        • Organization: (naf) Central School of Art & Design (London, England)
        • Affiliation Start: 1973
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Blacks--South Africa
          (lcsh) Photojournalism
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            (lcsh) Photographers
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          • found: His An exhibition of photographs, 1981: t.p. (Jurgen Schadeberg) p. 1 (b. 1931)
          • found: Voices from Robben Island, 1994: t.p. (Jürgen Schadeberg)
          • found: Bailey's African Photo Archives presents ... 1984?: t.p. (J. Schadeberg)
          • found: South African History Online, viewed Dec. 18, 2013 (Jürgen Schadeberg; b. 1931, Berlin, Germany; South African photographer and artist; studied at the School of Optic and Pho[to]technic in Berlin; apprentice for Germany Press Agency for 2 years; moved to South Africa in 1950; joioned Drum magazine as their official photographer and layout artist in Sep. 1951; also worked with photo printing company and photo studio; left Drum in 1959 to freelance, photographed San (Bushmen); left South Africa in 1964 for London, editor of Camera Owner (later Creative Camera), then Spain; photographer for Christian Aid in Botswana and Tanzania, 1972; photographed in Senegal, Mali, Kenya and Zaire, 1973; taught at the Central School of Art and Design in London after return there in 1973)
          • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 18, 2013 (returned to South Africa in 1984; continues to work as a photojournalist and documentary filmmaker about the black community)
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          • 1982-07-14: new
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