[15.02.04] Mandy Lee Jandrell: 'Take Photo Here'
Sue Williamson is intrigued by Mandy Lee Jandrell's 'Take Photo Here'
[15.02.04] Berni Searle and 'Float' at the SANG
Berni Searle continues her investigation into the complexities of identity. Kim Gurney visits her first major solo on South African soil.
[03.02.04] Vuyisa Nyamende's 'Japan'
Vuyisa Nyamende's exhibition title, 'Japan', was derived from an analogy. "Japan is the land of the rising sun," says Nyamende, "and I am a rising star." Zachary Yorke, however, very much doubts this.
[03.02.04] Unpacking the conceptual underpinnings of Edward Young's 'Asshole'
The combination of Heineken and Outkast's music provoked dancing at Ed Young's one-night only solo show, titled 'Asshole'. "But what made that dancing, those exchanges, different from the birthday party that followed the exhibition?" asks Zachary Yorke. Very little, he says.
[03.02.04] Brendhan Dickerson at the AVA
Sculptor Brendhan Dickerson has announced his arrival back in South Africa with a rude deflation of society's bloated egotism. By Kim Gurney.
[20.12.03] Looking Both Ways: Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora
Sue Williamson asks if we have had our moment in the limelight?
[03.02.04] The South African Art Information Directory - 04/05
The South African Art Information Directory (04/05) tapers the long-standing rifts in the South African arts communication network, writes Suzie Copperthwaite.