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Fragments Of Life: The Photography Of Graeme Williams
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Fragments Of Life: The Photography Of Graeme Williams

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Updated: 27 January 2016
The dining room at the Capital City Motel, Lilongwe, Malawi. 2009. From the series: Objects of Reminiscence | © Graeme Williams

The dining area at the Euro Lodge, Salima, Malawi, 2009. From the series: Objects of Reminiscence | © Graeme Williams

An abandoned brick factory, Newcastle, South Africa, 2011. From the series: Marking Time | © Graeme Williams

Phutanang township, Kimberley. From the series: Painting over the Present | © Graeme Williams

Asla Township, Mossel Bay, 2010. From the series: Painting over the Present | © Graeme Williams

Katlehong, near Johannesburg. 2012. Manicurist, Nombuso Ntuli, waits for customers at the Chosen Beauty Salon. She has no knowledge of what had occurred at this site 18 years earlier when 4 men were gunned down during political violence. From the series: Previously Significant Places | © Graeme Williams

Phutanang township, Kimberley, 2010. From the series: In the golden warmth of summer | © Graeme Williams

A fibreglass zebra in a surburban garden, Oudtschoorn, 2010. From the series: In the golden warmth of summer | © Graeme Williams

The Top Star Drive-in theatre screen remains, as the mine dump on which it was build is reworked to extract the remaining gold content, Johannesburg, 2010. From the series: Marking Time | © Graeme Williams

John Flaffie. White City township, Calvinia. 2011. From the series: Painting over the Present | © Graeme Williams

Moenaneng township, Marquard, 2006. From the series: The Edge of Town | © Graeme Williams

Upington, 2010. From the series: Painting over the Present | © Graeme Williams

The remains of a telephone pole that had been hit by lightning, Warden, South Africa, 2008. From the series: Marking Time | © Graeme Williams