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  • Handspring Puppet Company (Hardback)


    Handspring Puppet Company was founded by Basil Jones, Adrian Kohler, Jill Joubert and Jon Weinberg in 1981. They have produced eleven plays and two operas, collaborated with many different artists including Mali’s Sogolon Puppet Troupe and South African artist William Kentridge which opened in over 200 venues in South Africa and abroad.

  • Haunted – Contemporary Photography / Video / Performance


    Much of contemporary photography and video seems haunted by the past, by ghostly apparitions that are reanimated in reproductive media, as well as in live performance and the virtual world.

  • Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc: Cap d’Antibes


    Effortless service is the ultimate luxury, and at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, your welcome is as warm and enveloping as a Mediterranean summer’s night. The spectacular setting is only enhanced by the courteous and ubiquitous hotel staff, there to anticipate your every need. Meet the valets, porters, decorators, florists, chefs, tennis pros, and the other artisans of hospitality who keep the hotel running as smoothly as a fine Swiss watch.

  • How to Look at Art


    Art’s impact can be both straightforward and unpredictable. It can hit us immediately or linger in the wings for a while, coming over us when we least expect it. Art can change minds or attitudes, provoke anger or shock, inspire laughter or tears.

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    I Flying


    “I Flying” is an astonishing debut.

  • I love you I hate you


    I love you I hate you is a book about Johannesburg told in two parts.

    The first is told through design. The second part is told through the essays of 34 writers describing a complicated relationship with Johannesburg.

  • Impressionism :Origins , Practice,Reception


    During the 1870s and 1880s, a loose group of French artists, including Pissarro, Monet, and Renoir, adopted a style of painting and subject matter that challenged the art prompted by the Academie Francaise and the Salons where “official” assumptions about the meaning of painting prevailed.

  • In My Father’s Shadow: A Daughter Remembers Orson Welles


    Of all the myriad stars and celebrities Hollywood has produced, only a handful have achieved the fame – and, some would say, infamy – of Orson Welles, the creator and star of what is arguably the greatest film ever, Citizen Kane. Many books have been written about him, detailing his achievements as an artist as well as his foibles as a human being. None of them, however, has come so close to the real man as Chris Welles Feder does in this beautifully realised portrait of her father.


  • In the Spirit of Palm Beach


    Established as a luxury vacation destination for the rich and famous in the early 1900s, Palm Beach is synonymous with old-world glamour and new world sophistication

  • Inherit The Dust – Photography by Nick Brandt


    Three years after the conclusion of his trilogy, On This Earth, A Shadow Falls Across the Ravaged Land, Nick Brandt returns to East Africa to photograph the escalating changes to the continent’s natural world. In a series of epic panoramas, Brandt records the impact of man in places where animals used to roam, but no longer do. In each location, Brandt erects a life size panel of one of his animal portrait photographs, setting the panels within a world of explosive urban development, factories, wasteland and quarries.

  • Invisible: Art about the Unseen, 1957-2012


    Fully illustrated throughout with 40 full-colour illustrations and a full list of works. Artists include: Yves Klein, Yoko Ono, Claes Oldenburg, Art and Language, Robert Barry, James Lee Byars, Chris Burden, Andy Warhol, Tehching Hsieh, Horst Hoheisel, Gianni Motti, Maurizio Cattelan, Tom Friedman, Jochen Gerz, Bruno Jakob, Song Dong, Carsten H’ller, Teresa Margolles, Jay Chung, Ceal Floyer, Mario Garcia Torres, Jeppe Hein, Bethan Huws, Glenn Ligon, Roman Ond’k, Lai Chih-Sheng.

  • James Welling: Flowers


    In Flowers, Welling continues to work with photograms of flowers, a project he began in 2004. The most recent Flowers are larger in scale and have a greater range of colors than those in past works.

  • Jo Ractliffe – As Terras do Fim do Mundo


    IN 2009/10, Jo Ractliffe traced the routes of the ‘Border War’, fought by South Africa in Angola through the 1970s and 80s. Following Terreno Ocupado, which focused on Luanda five years after the country’s civil war ended, As Terras do Fin do Mundo shifts attention away from the urban manifestation of aftermath to the space of war itself.

  • Jo Ractliffe – Terreno Ocupado


    Five centuries of Portuguese rule came to an end on 11 November 1975 when Agostinho Neto, leader of MPLA, proclaimed the People’s Republic of Angola. But it also marked the beginning of Africa’s longest and most convoluted civil war. Divisions between the liberation movements, fuelled by Cold War politics and the interests of other African…

  • Journey Of The Tall Horse: A Story of African Theatre


    With its mix of magnificent puppets, live actors, captivating costumes and evocative music, video projection and dance, “Tall Horse” has enchanted theatre goers world wide. This spectacular production is the result of an exceptional meeting between South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company and Mali’s Sogolon Puppet Troupe. Mervyn Millar had unique access to the production, from development workshops through rehearsals to the first performances for the world tour.

  • Lighthouses of France


    Lighthouses are an icon of a simpler, more romantic era, which partly explains why they are so well loved today. Unlike many other countries, France has resisted the trend toward total automation, and in many small ports and seaside towns, the lighthouse keeper is still a wellknown and respected figure. World renowned lighthouse photographer Jean…