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Collection by DUBARUBA - Design. Made in Africa.


In this project Margaret Courtney-Clarke shows Ndebele people and culture. Ndebele art has become widely known in the developed world. It has been exhibited in several of the great museums of Europe and America; its artefacts are much sought after by collectors and its designs have been incorporated in fabrics, fashions and ceramics.

DUBARUBA - Design. Made in Africa.
Margaret Courtney-Clarke: Ndebele Europe, Museum, America, Culture, World, Image, Design, Art, Art Background


Margaret Courtney-Clarke: Ndebele

Since Margaret Courtney-Clarke took her photographs of Ndebele art in the early eighties much has changed in the world of the Ndebele people. New Africa, Out Of Africa, South Africa, Contemporary African Art, Indigenous Tribes, Unity In Diversity, In And Out Movie, Tribal People, Wild Style


Margaret Courtney-Clarke is one of those rare individuals who not only thinks about life, what it means and what treasures it holds in store, but deservedly stands in that edifying tradition of photo-journalism that illuminates the human spirit. Her photography and her acclaimed books, notably her trilogy Ndebele, African Canvas & Imazighen, as well as her contributions to numerous other publications are deeply human and nuanced in their thought as well as being imbued with a rare spirit of…