RECENTLY ADDED CATALOGUES

I had a dream last night Catalogue

A group show containing artworks of Dirk Bahmann, Bianca Brand, Frederick Clarke, Stephan Erasmus, Minien Hattingh, Rebecca Haysom, Tim Hopwood, Laetitia Lups, Peter Mammes, Neil Nieuwoudt, Elizaveta Rukavishnikova and Ree Treweek. Curated by the Dead Bunny Society.

artist: Group Show - Dead Bunny Society
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gallery: No End Contemporary Art Space - 60 4th Avenue, Linden, Johannesburg
date: 08 - 14 March 2016
website: www.deadbunnysociety.com
pages: 40
Equals & Averages

Time, history and memory haunt Nadja Daehnke’s exhibition Equals and Averages. The work reflects the relentless passing of time; and yet we obsessively relive this past in our memories in order to form our identities.

artist: Nadja Daehnke
essays: Anna Stielau
gallery: AVA Gallery, Cape Town
date: 28 September 2017 - 24 October 2017
website: www.ava.co.za
pages: 34
Domestic

A group show curated by Jacki McInnes and Melissa Mboweni featuring artists such as Jodi Bieber, Reshma Chhiba, Hannelie Coetzee, Penny George, Gabrielle Goliath, Nadine Hutton, Alison Kearney, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi and Diane Victor.

artist: Group Show - Domestic
essays: Jacki McInnes and Melissa Mboweni
gallery: Goethe on Main
date: 6 – 28 August 2009
website: www.goethe.de/ins/za/de/kul/sup/gom.html
pages: 50
Twilight of the Idols

Taking its title from Friedrich Nietzsche’s 1889 book of the same name, “Twilight of the Idols” affords the viewer a look at the journey that Matthew Hindley’s paintings have undergone over the last three years.

artist: Matthew Hindley
essays: Tim Leibbrandt
gallery: Biksady Gallery
date: 13th March 2013 to 13th April 2013
website: www.biksady.com
pages: 48
The Scripted Life

This publication in connection with Candice Breitz’s exhibition is the first in a new series to be issued by the Kunsthaus Bregenz. Each volume will contain a detailed documentation of an exhibition at the KUB and will additionally catalogue either the artist’s oeuvre as a whole or a particular series of works.

artist: Candice Brietz
essays: Yilmaz Dziewior, Beatrice von Bismarck, Colin Richards
gallery: Kunsthaus Bregenz
date: 6 February 2010 – 11 April 2010
website: www.kunsthaus-bregenz.at/
pages: 117
Redress – un-dressed

A dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Master of Fine Art by Elgin Rust in 2010.

artist: Elgin Rust
essays: Elgin Rust
gallery: Michaelis Galleries, Cape Tosn
date: January 2008 - December 2010
website: www.elginrust.com/
pages: 122
Relief

This exhibition comprises large-scale relief prints by Vulindlela Nyoni, Gabrielle Raaff, Daniella Mooney and Peter Eastman, printed at Warren Editions in Cape Town. All the works are printed on a substrate made from cotton fabric and demonstrate different explorations of the medium of relief printing.

artist: Vulindlela Nyoni, Gabrielle Raaff, Daniella Mooney and Peter Eastman
essays:
gallery: The Toffee Gallery
date: 10 June 2017 - 23 July 2017
website: thetoffeegallery.co.za and www.warreneditions.com/
pages: 13
Ubulungiswa/Justice

The work is a collaboration between twenty-three artists from different disciplines including; research, performance, costume design, music, sound, film, photography, design and installation. We completed the video shoot and edit prior to the national student protest in October 2015 that saw violent police intimidation towards students. This catalogue was completed following the success of the …

artist: Anwar McWhite, Clinton Osbourn, Damien Schumann, Damien Morrison, Deborah Weber, Elgin Rust, Eric Menyo, Gina Waldman, Jolene Cartmill, Nikki Froneman, Loyiso Botha, Lazola Sikhutshwa, Luntu Vumazonke, Luvo Mjayezi, Maileshi Setti, Mandisile Keva, Margaret Stone, Vuyolwethu Adams, Xolisa Pezisa
essays: Deborah Weber and Bettie Coetzee Lamprecht
gallery: AVA Gallery, Cape Town
date: 2015
website: www.artthrob.co.za/2018/03/03/ubulungiswa-justice-at-the-ava-gallery/
pages: 25
TheOpenCityProject

The OpenCityProject is a collaboration between Wesley Pepper and Andrew Whispa creating public artworks on the streets of Johannesburg.

artist: Wesley Pepper and Andrew Whispa
essays: Wesley Pepper and Andrew Whispa
gallery: Open Spaces - Johannesburg Streets
date: 2013 - 2015
website: www.wesleypepper.com/
pages: 34
OhFuckWhatNow

Wilhelm Saayman’s work is both bleakly funny and emotionally raw. This breadth of expression, from humourous to moving, is produced with a simple combination of drawing and text that is difficult to categorise.

artist: Wilhelm Saayman
essays:
gallery:
date:
website: www.artthrob.co.za/Artbio/Wilhelm_Saayman_by_Chad_Rossouw.aspx
pages: 22