Shot over the last decade, Pieter Hugo's Kin is a collection of images centred on the photographer's community, his family and himself. Focussed exclusively on experiences in his native South Africa, the intent was to create a sense of community among a series of seemingly disparate subjects. To complement this theme, Aperture designed an interesting format for the book, with pages of alternating sizes creating contextual juxtapositions amongst the photographs.
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