ARTS & CULTURE
01/17/2011 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Ernest Cole's Photographs Exhibited in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG -- When he was only in his 20s Ernest Cole, a black photographer who stood barely five feet tall, created one of the most harrowing pictorial records of what it was like to be black in apartheid South Africa. He went into exile in 1966, and the next year his work was published in the United States in a book, "House of Bondage," but his photographs were banned in his homeland where he and his work have remained little known.

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