[04.08.06] Anita van Tonder at the Bell-Roberts
Anita van Tonder's exhibition at Bell-Roberts successfully navigates the dark streets of the alienation, corruption and false ideals of capitalist society, says Linda Stupart.
[04.08.06] 'In the Name of All Humanity': the work of Ernest Mancoba
Prophetic artist Ernest Mancoba has left us a vital legacy, says Ruben Mowszowski in his review of a retrospective exhibition at the Gold of Africa Museum.
[04.08.06] Diane Victor at Goodman Gallery
Diane Victor's current show finds a mid-career artist enthusiastically expanding her own repertoire and remaining relevant as a result. Victor, Michael Smith argues, has frequently served to image this nation's corruption, and her more recent work shows something of a more nuanced engagement with the concept of the grotesque.
[04.08.06] Leanne Boulter, Francios van Reenen and Tracey Lee-Lynch at artSPACE durban
'Studio 8' found three Capetonian studiomates showing in Durban. Francesca Verga was impressed by Leanne Boulter's paintings, to which Francois van Reenen's sculptures provided welcome relief.