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Hafajee’s letter to Duduzile Zuma

Would any of these viewers have photographed this painting if the comment from the Presidency had been ‘no comment’?                   Ferial Hafajee writes eloquently, subtly and critically (as always) on the debate between ‘the personal right to dignity’ and the right for freedom of expression (and so […]

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March update on the Joburg art scene

What’s new in the art scene in March? Along with Gerard Batha’s Paintings from the Karoo, Hermann Niebuhr’s exhibition City Chromatic, Views of Johannesburg opened at Everard Read on 8th March.  For a review see http://todoinjoburg.co.za/2012/03/hermann-niebuhrs-city-chromatic-views-of-johannesburg-opens-at-everard-read/. RosenClaire’s  Immaterial Matters  is on at the Goodman and runs till 24th March. This is the first exhibition in South […]

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Kentridge exhibition which shows a new film ‘Other Faces’ will open at Goodman Gallery on 10th November

        Kentridge’s latest film, Other Faces, has been drawn and filmed over the past year. It will be shown in conjunction with a group of working drawings used in the film’s animation, as well as drawing fragments and prints.  For more  information see http://www.rosebank.co.za/view/index/other_faces/62/1/137 by

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Three very different art exhibitions on this week in Joburg

Untitled by Zander Blom             Thursday 27th Oct sees 2 exhibition openings. Zander Blom opens at Stevenson Gallery, Juta St Braamfontein while In Toto Gallery is showing Helen Joseph’s and Jenny Stadler’s works in an exhibition entitled Two: Studio Sessions with Live Models.  Minette Vári  is showing small collection of new drawings at […]

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Press release from Goodman Gallery on Willem Boshoff’s new exhibition SWAT

The ambiguities of words, playful provocation and grave disquiet are ubiquitous elements in the work of Willem Boshoff. In SWAT, a new exhibition at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg, Boshoff reignites these components in a series of unique works that confront capitalism, religious text, exploitation, globalisation and imperialism, amongst other interrelated concerns. Characteristically, Boshoff does not present […]

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