[03.10.04] Opening up the floor: write for us
Robyn Sassen takes criticism directed to the art press seriously
and offers partial remedy through
the pages of ArtThrob...
Years/100 Artists/1000 Arguments
A new deluxe publication offers a comprehensive overview of the
state of contemporary art in South Africa.
Kebble winners to be announced
At the end of the month a few South African artists are going
to have a healthy addition to their bank balances. South Africa’s richest
art awards enter their second year.
season of South Africa in New York city
'Season South Africa' will run from September to January and showcase contemporary
South African art and theatre in New York city.
government arts funding falling apart?
The National Arts Council has been plagued by controversy for the
past year and an end does not seem to be in sight.
Nicholas Hlobo discusses the impetus for his inaugural 'Art Talk'
The creation of the seminar series that began the in August with 'Art
Talk: The Importance of Writing and Preserving our Arts Heritage' may
be just what new talent needs. Kresta Tyler Johnson sits down with
Nicholas Hlobo to discuss.
d'Arles Book Award presented to David Goldblatt
The book award at Rencontres d'Arles festival was presented to
David Goldblatt for Particulars.
announced for 10th annual ACT awards
The 10th annual ACT finalists have been announced and large array
of individuals and companies are represented.
Coombes makes a stop in Jo'burg to discuss her recent book on SA
Annie Coombes talks to Penny Siopis about her book 'History After
Apartheid: Visual Culture and Public Memory in a Democratic South
by Mslaba Dumile Feni to be auctioned in Germany � any chance someone
will bring it home?
A small work by exiled artist Dumile Feni will be on the auction
block in December in Stuttgart. This is another instance when it
would be great to bring South African work home, but a buyer is
African photographer Johan Botha takes top honours at the Commonwealth
An annual competition open to residents of the Commonwealth countries
acknowledged the work of four South African photographers this
use cultural weeks to advance bi-national partnership.
The upcoming German-Southern African Cultural Weeks 2004 will promote
the continued development of a relationship between the two countries.