Cedric Nunn


Monday, April 15th, 2013

Apartheid in Manhattan: The International Center for Photography’s “Rise and Fall of Apartheid”

The International Center for Photography (ICP) is located in the heart of Manhattan, at the corner of West 43rd Street and the Avenue of the Americas. Nearby, Times Square’s mirages—brilliant expanses of neon fantasies, some spanning the length of several stories and the breadth of entire city blocks—summon passers-by with images of athletes, models, slick

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

The art cliché about ‘struggle photography’

The American historian and curator Jon Soske has written about how it is now an art cliché that during the final decade of Apartheid, South African photographers embraced a social documentary mode that subordinated the image to the...

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Photographer Cedric Nunn Speaks at NYU

“25 Years of Witnessing Social Change in South Africa.” Cedric Nunn, South African photographer in conversation with Peter Lucas from the Tisch School of Photography and Imaging will speak about photography and human rights. Friday, March 12,...

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009


“The wedding of Deborah Eksteen and Noel Norris, Mangete, KwaZulu-Natal, 2001″ from the series “Blood Relatives” by Cedric Nunn, South African photographer.