Over a period of 30 years, celebrated South African photographer Santu Mofokeng has documented apartheid and its aftermath in dramatic, black-and-white stills, latterly turning his lens on many other contemporary issues. The Jeu de Paume
museum in Paris is this summer hosting a world-tour retrospective exhibition of his stunning photos entitled Chasing Shadows -
a reference, the photographer says, to the idea that "you can't see spirits". Clément Sénéchal
reviews the powerful images on display and talks to Mofokeng about how he approaches subjects and why he shuns fast-lane "digital bulimia".