Place Called Home at the SANG
'A Place Called Home', which comprises work by artists from the South Asian diaspora,
cleverly unravels the very same presumptions about culture and identity upon
which its curatorial premise rests. Kim Gurney reviews.
Brand, Samson Mudzunga and Walter Oltmann at Michael
Three sculptors working in very different media provide an effective foil to
one another at the latest Michael Stevenson
Gallery exhibition. Kim Gurney reviews.
Surfaces: Gina Waldman at Bell-Roberts
Ruth Sacks is intrigued by Gina Waldman's excessive, decorative works, but is
not convinced of their substance.
Poynton at Michael Stevenson Gallery
For the last two years ArtThrob has published a series of student reviews that
are produced as part of a post-graduate course in art criticism. In viewing Deborah
Poynton's paintings at the Michael Stevenson Gallery, art student Eva Franzidis
cannot help but feel overwhelmed.
privilege and the sound of wry laughter: new work by Hodgins
On Robert Hodgins, unadulterated colour and serious art. Robyn Sassen reviews.
African women stripped to the core: a visual and theoretical primer
Brenda Schmahmann gazes through the looking glass at women artists in South Africa
in her latest book. Robyn Sassen reports.
Mackintosh at the NSA
Gabi Ngcobo is charmed by Theresa- Anne Mackintosh's 'Jackie The Kid', a show
featuring digital animation, prints, paintings and sculpture.