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  • @Earth

    R60

    @earth is as revolutionary in form as it is in content. It contains no words: instead it tells its story in the universal language of photomontage, long the favoured medium of radical artists.

  • A World in Common

    R1170

    A celebration of the visual and cultural landscape of contemporary African photography, this stunning exhibition book offers critical insight from the perspectives of Africa’s leading artists and thinkers.

  • Andy Warhol exhibition book (paperback)

    R630

    Offering up new insight into Andy Warhol’s expanded art practice, presenting his life and work within the context of his time, this outstanding paperback exhibition catalogue emphasises how Warhol continues to be a relevant figure in a digital age. With illustrations of familiar and lesser-known aspects of Warhol’s career, an interview with former Factory insider,…

  • Atmos

    R900

    Published in association with Joy of Giving Something, Inc., New York. Hatakeyama’s color work is marked by two overarching qualities. The first is a studious quality where the careful compositions and richness of detail associated with large format photography lend the work an impressive formal rigour. Complementing this formality is an attraction to the visual dynamics of industry and production.

  • BILLY MONK: NIGHTCLUB PHOTOGRAPHS

    R850

    Featuring 47 iconic Monk images and written texts by David Goldblatt, Jac de Villiers and Lin Sampson, this hardcover photo book is a collectible item and a beautifully crafted glimpse into Cape Town’s sailor underworld.

  • Blue Ice: Travels in Antarctica

    R310

    In Blue Ice, award-winning travel writing Don Pinnock journeys to the seventh continent – the last to be discovered. He explores what drew Cook, Bellingshausen, Shackleton, Scott and other adventurers and naturalists to this vast terrain. With sensitive descriptions and startling photography, he travels into the heart of Antarctica’s wilderness and explores the intimate relationship between Cape Town and the frozen south.

  • Caroline Suzman – I Declare I Am Here

    R350

    In the series,  I Declare I Am Here, photographer Caroline Suzman reflects on Johannesburg as a city of shadows and dreams. Pedestrians streaming in and out of the so-called City of Gold navigate architecture from a bygone era with resilience, grit and grace.

    I Declare I Am Here is a compilation of 24 photographs from Suzman’s series printed as functional postcards. Gift bag included in purchase.

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    Daniel Naudé Animal Farm

    R600

    This book collects the images of Daniel Naudé, a rising young photographer whose depiction of South Africa’s animals and rural landscape raises provocative questions about our relationships with the creatures that share our land.

  • David Goldblatt: The Last Interview

    R1020

    Accompanied by a selection of some of David Goldblatt’s (1930–2018) lesser-known photographs, this distilled dialogue is drawn directly from the recordings of a roving conversation with the photographer conducted three months before his death in June 2018. Goldblatt was born in Randfontein?a mining town on the Witwatersrand gold reef?in 1930, the grandson of Lithuanian-Jewish migrants…

  • David Lurie: History, Myth, Memory

    My time spent at Nirox was an invitation to reflect, enlarge and contribute to self-knowledge, to explore the region, its myths and its history, uncover the spirit of the place and even enquire into the nature and possibilities of landscape photography itself.

  • David Lurie: Morning After Dark

    “Morning After Dark” is a series of urban landscapes of the formal and informal parts of Cape Town, all of which have been photographed in early-morning light, and mostly when no-one was present.

  • David Lurie: Writing the City

    In “Writing the City”, I turn my attention to ‘surfaces’, the plethora of placards, banners, billboards, posters, words and images, which inform and direct us, regulate our movements, mould our desires, and sometimes surprise and disturb us, to further explore these issues.

  • Disavowals

    R200

    First published in 1930 in a limited edition of only 500, Disavowals is recognised as Claude Cahun’s key work and a lost masterpiece of Surrealist literature. It is now made available to an English-speaking readership for the first time.

  • Doing Hair: Art and Hair in Africa

    R170

    Catalogue of the Exhibition, Wits arts Museum, 2014 This publication accompanies an exhibition of the same title at Wits art Museum, 20 August – 2 November 2014.

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    Don’t Kiss Me: Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

    R500

    Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore were an extraordinary couple who worked and lived together for more than 40 years. Cahun and Moore were the pseudonyms for Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe, who met in their teens and embarked on their unique relationship. They travelled from provincial Nantes to the hot-house atmosphere of Paris and finally to Jersey, where they found the space and freedom to develop their ideas but where they were to suffer imprisonment during the Nazi occupation for their Resistance activities.

  • Epainette Nomaka Mbeki: A Humble Journey on her Footprints

    R300

    Epainette Mbeki (née Moerane) (born February 16, 1916) is the mother of former South African president Thabo Mbeki and widow of political activist Govan Mbeki. A Humble Journey On Her Footprints is the brainchild of writer and photographer Ndabula. She explains: “When I met Umama I was truly humbled. I felt there was a need…