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  • Butcher Boys: an iconic sculpture and its conservation


    The South African National Gallery acquired Jane Alexander’s Butcher Boys in 1990. This publication explores the “materiality of the work in relation to its making and later care in a museum context”.

  • Dylan Lewis – An untamed force


    This publication builds on an earlier book, bringing the photographic record of Dylan Lewis’ work up to date. The brief introductory text reveals how the sculptor’s boyhood in a happily bohemian, nature-loving and creative family inspired him, and traces his artistic development from what have come to be known as ‘the cat years’ to his current, more esoteric and mythical approach.

  • Grass you can swim in


    Heidi Fourie’s Artist Book Grass You Can Swim In is a limited edition publication produced in collaboration with the artist and David Krut Publishing. The book includes an essay by Jacqueline Flint, full colour images of the entire body of work included in Fourie’s solo project comprising paintings as well as the accomplished debut series of fine art editions and unique watercolour transfers made in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop between 2020 and 2021.

  • Springs Will Come – William N. Zulu


    Spring Will Come is the life story of William Zulu, highly acclaimed for his evocative art-works. It recounts with zest and humor the events of his life, his unfolding artistic development and the world of deep rural Africa in which he is rooted.

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    Zanele Muholi Exhibition Book


    Created to accompany one of the most exciting exhibitions of 2020, this stunning paperback catalogue presents the full breadth of Muholi’s photographic and activist practice.

    Richly illustrated, it includes images from the key series Muholi has produced over the past twenty years, as well as never-before-published and recent works. The exhibition book also features six newly commissioned essays exploring their work, as well as a full glossary and chronology.

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    A black man called Sekoto


    img wiAlthough he left South Africa in the 1940s and never returned, Gerard Sekoto is regarded as one of this country’s foremost painters. In recent years, thanks to the exhoustive efforts of a number of his admirers, Sekoto’s work has once more been brought to the forefront of the consciousness of South African art lovers.dt

  • Art & Australia


    FEATURES – Revolutions – Forms that turn: Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev in conversation with Russell Storer – Spherical and Without Exits: thoughts on William Kentridge’s anamorphic film What Will Come (Has Already Come) by Jane Taylor – Artist pages by William Kentridge – Conceptual Artist Meets Girl: Stuart Ringholt and the art of self-improvement by Sarah Tutton…

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  • Blood Relatives – Kim Lieberman


    Kim Lieberman is a conceptual artist whose work is inspired by travel and letter communication.

  • Brett Murray


    Documenting artist Brett Murray’s career over the past 30 years, this book boasts both powerful imagery and reflective texts from his 80s cultural/struggle work, through his career to The Spear—the natural outcome of his art and reflections on injustices past and present.

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    Candice Breitz: Extra!


    Candice Breitz: Extra! is the first significant survey exhibition of Breitz’s work on South African soil.

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    Caroline van der Merwe


    “I think an artist must be a master of his craft, he must know it so well, he must not have to worry about the craft side of his work, and is free t express his sensations, ideas or emotions.” – Caroline van der Merwe

  • Cecil Higgs – Close Up


    Cecil Higgs: Close Up is a revealing and intimate biography of one of South Africa’s most respected painters. It is a warm and human, yet at the same time candid, portrait of Cecil Higgs, the private person and the public painter.

  • Cedric Nunn – Call and Response


    This publication features his photographs from the late seventies to the present day, allowing insight into a previously unknown African world. His aesthetically and compositionally unusual photographs combine reality with poetry.

  • Deborah Bell: A Far Country: Sculpture and Painting 2008 – 12


    John Martin Gallery was pleased to present South African artist Deborah Bell’s exhibition A Far Country. This was Deborah’s second UK exhibition which brings together recent sculptures and paintings from the last four years including her major series based on the song, See Line Woman. The show also provided an opportunity to exhibit two of…

  • Deborah Poynton – Everything Matters


    This monograph is co-published by Michael Stevenson and the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), which hosted Deborah Poynton’s first museum exhibitions in the United States in its galleries in Savannah and Atlanta early in 2009. The publication features extensive reproductions of Poynton’s paintings dating from 1998 through to 2008, along with essays by photographer David Goldblatt and SCAD curator Erin Dziedzic, and an interview with Poynton by Michael Stevenson.