18.06.03 Sanell Aggenbach at the AVA
Paul Edmunds is impressed by the careful and thorough realisation of Sanell Aggenbach's third one-person show at the AVA, 'Blank'.
18.06.03 'Male Order' at the Irma Stern Museum
Student review: 'Male Order', a group show drawn from the permanent collection of the Durban Art Gallery, presents a postmodern pastiche, writes Annwen Bates.
18.06.03 The Lexicons and Labyrinths of the Human Genomem
Student review: 'Lexicons and Labyrinths' is a commendable in its efforts to develop an iconography on the Human Genome Project in Southern Africa, writes Sue Nepgen.
01.06.03 'SNLV' at Bell-Roberts Photographic Gallery
Student review: Jillian Lochner's photographic work is a shrewd exploitation of the ambivalence between attraction and repulsion, writes Joyce Monson.
01.06.03 Meeting: Art in the Water Closet
Galerie Puta, a proactive exhibition space, was launched recently in Cameron Platter and Vuyisa Nyamende's living space. Tracy Murinik gives us a handle on all the tomfoolery.
01.06.03 Alan Alborough at the Sasol Art Museum
Alan Alborough's new installation sits on the cusp between the currency of an idea and the physical experience of its manifestation, writes Paul Edmunds.
01.06.03 Jane Alexander at the SANG
Jane Alexander's sculptural installation at the SANG provides an in depth experience of the work of this most notable of South African sculptors, writes Sue Williamson.
01.06.03 Working the White Cube
After the uneven truth that is hype - the 'Bruce Gordon' affair - ArtThrob asked Colin Richards to review its aftermath, Bruce Gordon, the little book/catalogue that is literally a flat, white cube.
01.06.03 Kendell Geers: The Michaelis Report
Kendell Geers recently delivered a lunchtime lecture at Cape Town's Michaelis School of Fine Art. Kim Gurney reports back.
15.05.03 130 years of collecting are laid bare at the SANG
Student review: Student reviewer Kerryn Greenberg assesses the successes of this novel curatorial approach.