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  • 'The Needle and the Damage Done'

    'The Needle and the Damage Done'

    Diane Victor

    David Krut Projects

    David Krut Projects is pleased to present an exhibition of prints by extraordinary printmaker, Diane Victor – the first solo show of her work in Cape Town since 2008. The exhibition comprises works created between 2008 and 2013, as we...

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  • 'Golden Age Rising'

    'Golden Age Rising'

    Daniella Mooney

    Whatiftheworld / Gallery

    'One finds here, very rarely in the low lying areas, more frequently as one goes farther up, a clear and extremely hard stone that is spherical and varies in size—a kind of crystal, but a curved crystal, something extraordinary and un...

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  • Redebating the Spear: A review of 'Spearheading Debate' by Steven C. Dubin

    'Jacob Zuma is not to be trifled with. He is wily, strategic, scheming and, most importantly, he is acutely aware that he must preserve and protect himself at all times.' This was Justice Malala’s verdict on why Kgalema Motlanthe fai...

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  • Struggle Kitsch? A Review of Hank Willis Thomas's 'History Doesn't Laugh'

    Struggle Kitsch? A Review of Hank Willis Thomas's 'History Doesn't Laugh'

    by Michael Smith Hank Willis Thomas

    Goodman Gallery

    Hank Willis Thomas’s new body of work is undeniably exciting in that it is currently debuting at the Goodman Gallery Johannesburg. Having produced the work for and about SA’s visual history makes it a fairly momentous occasion;...

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  • 'Transience'

    'Transience'

    Nandipha Mntambo

    STEVENSON in Johannesburg

    STEVENSON presents 'Transience', a solo exhibition by Nandipha Mntambo. Comprising video, sculpture, painting and printmaking, this is the artist's first large-scale showing in Johannesburg since her Standard Bank Young Artist tour in 2011-...

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  • 'Sightings if the Sacred: Cattle in India, Uganda and Madagascar'

    For the past two years Naude has focused on photographing cattle in societies where these animals are revered and venerated. This is a position far removed from the Western world where they are mostly seen as productive sources of milk, mea...

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  • 'Such, Such were the joys'

    'Such, Such were the joys'

    Anton Kannemeyer

    STEVENSON in Cape Town

    Exhibiting new works in his ongoing 'Alphabet of Democracy' series, Kannemeyer observes that  'the criticisms are increasingly directed towards an inept government which is fixated on the past because it is 'the only noble aspect of it...

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