Archive: Issue No. 57, May 2002

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Apartheid Museum

Exterior view of the Apartheid Museum at Gold Reef City

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Kendell Geers

Kendell Geers
May Day, London
2001
Colour photograph

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Confessions of Zeno

Dawid Minnaar in William Kentridge and Handspring Puppet Company's Confessions of Zeno

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15.05.02 The aesthetics of disappearance
Architect Jeremy Rose talks to Sean O'Toole about his design and vision for the Apartheid Museum, near Gold Reef City in Johannesburg

15.05.02 New panelists for National Arts Council
'There will never be enough money for the arts,' says NAC CEO Doreen Nteta, following the announcement of the new advisory panelists who will decide which arts projects will receive government funding over the coming year

02.05.02 Documenta artists unmasked
The names are out. Four South Africans have made it onto Okwui Enwezor's list of 116 artists to show at the prestigious DocumentaII exhibition in Kassel, Germany

01.05.02 Documenta artists to be annouced
From June 8 until September 15, the little town of Kassel, Germany, plays host to one of the most eagerly awaited art events of the moment.

24.04.02 Pietà for the AIDS generation
Ernest Pignon-Ernest is behind the appearance in Durban of more than 100 posters based on the famous photograph of Hector Petersen. Virginia MacKenny reports

24.04.02 Kentridge's Confessions tops bill at Grahamstown
The 2002 National Arts Festival offers an assemblage of the tried and tested, with William Kentridge, Brett Murray and Terry Kurgan providing the major drawcards of the visual arts programme

24.04.02 Art of living in flatland
Durban-based artist Greg Streak is currently taking part in 'Further', an artist-initiated residency in a 22-storey block of flats soon to be demolished in Liverpool, England

17.04.02 Aryan Kaganof scoops top film award
Winner of the top prize at the recent Festival of African Cinema in Milan, Aryan Kaganof's Western 4.33 will have its first South African screening at Durban's NSA Gallery in August

10.04.02 Arts and Culture Handbook gets an update
Kathryn Smith welcomes the second edition of the Arts and Culture Handbook - a directory no artist, journalist, student, researcher or culture vulture should be without

10.04.02 MTN New Contemporaries Award postponed
The MTN Art Institute announced this week that the MTN New Contemporaries Award, launched last year and won jointly by Usha Seejarim and Thembinkosi Goniwe, will only take place again in 2003. Kathryn Smith reports

SUE WILLIAMSON'S DIARY

To Jo'burg to install 'From the Inside' at the Goodman Gallery, a visit to the Apartheid Museum, and Doreen Southwood and Antoinette Murdoch's 'Eksie Perfeksie' in progress

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