Archive: Issue No. 81, May 2004

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   [01.05.04] Candice Breitz holds court at a Wits School of Arts DIVA lecture
The third lecture in the DIVA series takes place at Wits with a unique presentation and discussion of the past five years of video installation work by Candice Breitz.

   [01.05.04] Democracy X - Will this Provide a Missing Ingredient?
A new exhibition at the Castle of Good Hope attempts to take a comprehensive view of South Africa and show what the country is all about today

   [01.05.04] New Gallery Space Launched at WITS
Substation, a new gallery space at the Wits School of Art was launched with the opening exhibition of Natasha Christopher's large format photographs and a video installation.

   [01.05.04] Beneath Their Wisdom
Karen Rolfes, wife of the artist Barend de Wet, addresses the demolition of his sculpture near Plettenberg Bay by the municipal authorities. It seems the word "GOD" was too much for the community to accept.

   [01.05.04] The day the fountain turned red
On Sunday, April 25 the fountain in the newly named Nelson Mandela Square turned red. Robyn Sassen was there.

   [01.05.04] Sasol New Signatures
Sasol has relaunched their 15-year-old New Signatures award with more bells and whistles and groundbreaking possibilities.

   [01.05.04] New Arts & Culture ministry
ANC stalwart Pallo Jordan has been named Minister of Arts and Culture.


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