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  • Art on the Cutting Edge – A Guide to Contemporary Movements

    R265

    This book by Lea Vergine, which discusses seventeen different art movements in separate chapters, offers, within the panorama of contemporary art criticism books, a blend between a handy art-history manual and an assessment of a cultural adventure that has passed through and overturned the parameters of taste of the last forty years.

  • Artist and Empire

    R660

    Over the past thirty years, our ideas about the cultures of Empire have been transformed. Contemporary reflections on Empire by writers and artists are widely published and displayed, and museums have witnessed a growing number of exhibitions devoted to aspects of the rich and varied visual culture that emerged in places under British governance, from the Americas to India and Australasia. And yet, since the vast Imperial exhibitions of the early twentieth-century there has been no wide-ranging presentation of the objects made across the British Empire. This publication, which accompanies a major Tate Britain exhibition, fills that gap.

  • Ballet and Modern Dance

    R170

    Whether as performers or as spectators, more people enjoy dance today than ever before. Its extraordinary range extends from classical ballet and baroque court spectacles to avant-garde modern dance, tap, and ethnic dancing.

  • Basquiat

    R375

    Jean-Michel Basquiat was only twenty-seven when he died in 1988, his meteoric and often controversial career having lasted for just eight years. Despite his early death, Basquiat’s powerful ouvre has ensured his continuing reputation as one of modern art’s most distinctive voices. Borrowing from graffiti and street imagery, cartoons, mythology and religious symbolism, Basquiat’s drawings…

  • Berni Searle: Float

    R200

      Catalogue for Standard bank Artist of the Year, Grahamstown Festival, 2003. “This essay explores the relationship between fantasy and reality in the visual narratives of Berni Searle, and the ways in which she uses the racialised and gendered concepts of both her body and the body politic to stage these narrative identities. The essay…

  • Beware Wet Paint

    R500

    A founder of the leading design firm Pentagram, Alan Fletcher is considered by many in the graphic design world to be a contemporary master, known for his sharp and unerring sense of style. From the initial brief to the often award-winning outcome, here are over 100 of Fletcher’s design solutions.

  • Botero

    R300

    Botero – Works 1994-2007 Botero is one of the most popular artists alive today and is exhibited in countless institutions throughout the world. He gained international fame painting corpulent and comical figures who embody the sometimes whimsical tragedy of life. The dilation of his subjects gives them abstract, unreal, and grotesque dimensions that are studies…

  • British Art Show 7 – In the Days of the Comet

    R240

      “British Art Show 7” is curated by Lisa Le Feuvre and Tom Morton and they have selected 39 artists on the grounds of their significant contribution to contemporary art in the last five years. All artworks included have been produced since 2005 and encompass sculpture, painting, installation, drawing, photography, film, video and performance, with…

  • British Art Timeline

    R180

    Illustrator Marion Deuchars was commissioned to create a timeline showing the major British artistic movements, iconic art works and important artists from the 16th Century to the present.

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    British Artists: J.M.W. Turner

    R175

    This series of affordable monographs focuses on the lives and careers of important British artists from the 18th century to the present day.

    J.M.W. Turner is probably the greatest painter Britain has ever produced.

  • British Artists: Stanley Spencer

    R175

    One of the most highly regarded and well known of all twentieth-century British artists, Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) is famous for two things. He immortalized the Berkshire village of Cookham, where he was born and spent most of his life. And he celebrated sex both on his canvases and through his unconventional understanding of relationships.

  • British Artists: Walter Sickert

    R175

    A member of the Camden Town group, Walter Sickert played a dynamic role in the development of British painting and the graphic arts.

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    Caps Design Grade 10 Teacher’s Guide

    Original price was: R280.Current price is: R150.

    This title is CAPS compliant and has been approved by the DBE “The first ever full colour Design textbook series designed for designers by designers”  “Our country, South Africa, desperately needs to employ people in a variety of industries who can think creatively, solve problems and be innovative and original with their ideas. In short,…

  • Caps Design Grade 11 Learner’s Guide

    R300

    “The first ever full-colour Design series designed for designers by designers”

    Available in English and Afrikaans

  • Sale!

    Caps Design Grade 11 Teachers’s Guide

    Original price was: R280.Current price is: R150.

    This title is CAPS compliant and has been approved by the DBE. “The first ever full colour Design textbook series designed for designers by designers” “Our country, South Africa, desperately needs to employ people in a variety of industries who can think creatively, solve problems and be innovative and original with their ideas. In short,…

  • Caps: Design Grade 10 Learner’s Guide

    R300

    ‘The first ever full colour Design textbook designed for designers by designers’  

    Available in English and Afrikaans