Artthrob is South Africa's
leading contemporary visual arts publication, reporting on the national
arts scene and the involvement of South African artists in the international
Listings - selected exhibition
listings divided into Cape, Gauteng, KZN and International.
Reviews - selected shows
from around the country and the world.
News - events, issues and
art world happenings, updated weekly.
Artbio - a monthly feature on
an artist currently in the public eye.
Gallery Choice - each month a prominent gallerist or curator discusses a recent acquisition.
Websites - a website of the
month and links to art sites around the world.
Project - a web-based art project
is featured each month.
Exchange - a page for the free
dissemination of information that will interest artists.
Feedback - readers' comments
Archive - four years of the country's
art history as reflected in Artthrob.
| Founding editor:
Gauteng contributing editor:
KwaZulu-Natal contributing editor:
Western Cape contributing editor:
Feedback and Exchange:
New Media Editor:
Site design and production:
| Sue Williamson
Sean O'Toole -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Bedford, Rory Bester, Kendall Buster, Nic Dawes, Antoinette du Plessis, Ntone Edjabe, Laurie Anne Farrell, Joy Garnett, Charles Giuliano, Brad Hammond, Mark Hipper, Stephen Hobbs, Themba ka Mathe, Terry Kurgan, Andrew Lamprecht, Sipho Madanda, Brenton Maart, Michelle Matthews, Tracy Murinik, Sean O'Toole, Mario Pissarra, Lloyd Pollack, Hayden Proud, Gerhard Schoeman, Michael Stevenson, Dave Southwood, Greg Streak, Ed Young, Carine Zaayman.
Founded as a one-person site by Sue Williamson in August 1997, Artthrob
has since expanded to many times its original size.
Artthrob has three-times been a finalist in the Arts & Culture Trust Awards. In 1999 ArtThrob was nominated for the United Nations prize for best cultural website. In 2000 Berlin curator Pat Binder selected the site as an art piece in its own right and included it in an exhibition entitled 'Woven Maze' at the University of Hannover.
Reporting back on the Paris conference 'The State of Visual Arts in
Africa and the African Diaspora: Agenda for the 21st Century', Nka editor
Salah Hassan noted the "serious lack of publications, periodicals and
magazines on the visual arts in the continent", and referred to Artthrob
as "pointing to the unlimited potential of cyberspace in publishing
a first class art review" (Nka, Spring/Summer 2001).
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permission is strictly forbidden.
To submit information for possible inclusion on Artthrob's
listings, websites, exchange and feedback pages, or to report a problem
with the site, email email@example.com.
ArtThrob, PO Box 30, Faerie Glen, Pretoria, 0043. Photographic material will be returned if a self-addressed envelope is included.
Artthrob carries limited advertising by galleries and websites
considered to be directly involved in contemporary art in South Africa.
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