Archive: Issue No. 68, April 2003

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REVIEWS

Fritha Langerman

Fritha Langerman
Remembering and Forgetting, 2003
Mixed media

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Bruce Gordon

Bruce Gordon

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CAPE

15.04.03 The 2003 KKNK: A Report Back
Wim Botha's difficult new work, and Doreen Southwood's emotionally taught solo show impress Sean O'Toole, at this year's KKNK.

15.04.03 Debunking the beauty myth
Student review: Photographer Pieter Badenhorst challenges the beauty myth with his hyper-reality portraits of classically attractive young women.

15.04.03 A mad lark?
Paul Edmunds discusses the latest developments in the art-event spectacle of the moment: Bruce Gordon.

01.04.03 Celebrating the materiality of video
In a discussion of her video piece My Lovely Day, artist Penny Siopis celebrated the materiality of the video medium. Kim Gurney reviews this and other statements made during the artist's Michaelis lunchtime lecture.

01.04.03 An evocative, engaging and unavoidably funky experience
Paul Edmunds gets nostalgic about the smell of tarpaulin.

01.04.03 Fair play and cricket in art
In a regular new column, Kim Gurney reviews the weekly Michaelis Lunchtime Lecture series

GAUTENG

15.04.03 Kim Lieberman Interrupts the Future
Kim Lieberman's new mail artworks trace pathways, a multitude of unforeseen and emotionally meaningful routes, at the Goodman Gallery.


KWA-ZULU NATAL

15.04.03 Virginia MacKenny is intrigued by Carol-anne Gainer's suburban installation
A 'bunker' that signalled a protective refuge but became the sanctuary of a certain absurd madness.
INTERNATIONAL

15.03.03 Zwelethu Mthethwa shows in New York
Artforums' Emily Speers Mears hails Zwelethu Mthethwa's new DVD work for once again confronting our expectations
PUBLICATIONS

16.02.03 Family Pictures
Nine family stories packaged as an art exhibition, a book, and a not too subliminal narrative about a troubled country
SUE WILLIAMSON'S DIARY

Sue Williamson attends some openings and packs up work

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