[03.06.05] Sue Williamson at João Ferreira
Ruth Sacks reviews Sue Williamson's exhibition 'Hotels and Better Lives' at the João Ferreira Gallery.
[03.06.05] Berni Searle at the Michael Stevenson
Berni Searle's latest show, 'About to Forget' evokes an appealing contrast between the technologies used to produce the work and its ancient looking results as she explores memory and loss. Kim Gurney is impressed while conceding that the work borders on repetitious.
[03.06.05] Egon Tania at João Ferreira
Sculptor Egon Tania brings acute observational skills to the João Ferreira Gallery with his figurative wood carving installation called 'Circle' that captures fleeting moments of diverse interaction. Kim Gurney reviews.
[03.06.05] Marina Abramovic and Paolo Canevari
Marina Abramovic and Paolo Canevari visit
the Johhanesburg Art Gallery. Kathryn Smith reviews.
[03.06.05] Paul Molete at Art on Paper
Both drawn to and repelled by the exhibition of new linocuts by Dikwele Paul Molete, Robyn Sassen remains unambivalent about the artist's ability.
[03.06.05] A three part exhibition by Paul Cooper and Brenden Gray at Gordart
Paul Cooper and Brenden Gray's three part exhibition presents the two artists' very different sensibilities in interesting juxtaposition. Robyn Sassen was particularly heartened by their literary overtures.
[03.06.05] Terry Kurgan: Photographs 1924 - 2005
Tracy Murinik reviews Terry Kurgan's exhibition at the Goodman Gallery.
[03.06.05] Bonita Alice at the NSA
Bonita Alice's 'Promised Land' alludes to an imaginary land of fulfilment and explores our desire for rootedness in a series of installations and drawings. Camilla Copley reviews.