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  • The Theatre of Apparitions

    R540

    The Theatre of Apparitions is an immersive and groundbreaking monograph by the critically acclaimed art photographer Roger Ballen. The author of numerous publications, including Asylum of the Birds and Outland, Ballen is best known for his psychologically powerful and masterfully composed images that exist in a space between painting, drawing, installation, and photography.

  • The Theatre: A Concise History

    R180

    The essential guide the history of theatre, updated and extended to cover the key themes and shows of early twenty-first century drama

  • The Thinking Eye: Photographs by Neville Dubow

    R285

    The Thinking Eye comprises an overview of Dubow’s photographic oeuvre from 1971-2001 and includes new images, never before exhibited. There is a vast body of colour slides that reflects Dubow the traveler with an appetite to record and document the places he visited and to absorb what the international art world had to offer.

  • The Vexations of Art: Velazquez and Others

    R300

    A major art historian reflects on a great tradition of European painting.

    “The Vexations of Art is an engrossing, passionate attempt to re-engage with painting as a mode of thought at a time when ‘it is not clear in what form the resource of painting—for surely painting has been a singular resource of the greater European culture.

  • The Violin – An Illustrated History

    R225

    The Violin charts the journey of the violin from its origins in the bow and arrow through to the legendary Stradivarius.

     

  • The world according to Roger Ballen

    R940

    The World According to Roger Ballen, coauthored with Colin Rhodes, looks at Ballen’s career in the wider cultural context beyond photography, including his connections with and interest in art brut. It features photographs selected from across Ballen’s career, along with installations created exclusively for an exhibition at the Halle Saint Pierre, Paris, and examples of objects and works from Ballen’s own collection of art brut.

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    This is Bacon

    R180

    Francis Bacon was one of the giants dominating the artistic landscape of the mid-twentieth century, and served as the inspiration and launching point for much of the figural and abstract art that came after him.

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    This is Cezanne

    R180

    Paul Cézanne challenged convention, and proposed new possibilities for modern art. He was remarkable for his ability to perceive and paint everyday places, people, and things in ways that revealed the multiplicity and beauty of vision, while also unveiling the deep, cohesive structures of the visible world.

  • Three Plays

    R250

    Craig Higginson’s first three plays for adult audiences – collected here in one volume – represent one of the strongest debuts in contemporary South African theatre.

  • Tin Bucket Drum

    R150

    On a ‘cold and starless night’ a young pregnant widow, Nandi, arrives in Tin Town, a bleak, drought-stricken place ruled by silence and fear. Little do the inhabitants know that Nandi is carrying the baby who will, in time, change all that.

  • Traces and Tracks: A Thirty-year Journey with the San

    R400

    Traces and Tracks: A Thirty Year Journey with the San documents the history and life of the San in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. It depicts Paul Weinberg’s intimate perspective on the lives of modern-day San over the past 30 years.

  • Tuymans

    R245

    Published on the occasion of renowned Belgian figurative painter Luc Tuymans’ retrospective exhibition in Hungary and Poland, this volume circumvents the typical monograph format by focusing on the reflections of regional writers, whose perspectives were solicited for being less inhibited and more direct than the typical art historian’s.

  • Un certain etat du monde?: A Selection of Works from The Francois Pinault Foundation

    R495

    Artists play a fundamental role as mirror of society and can, in particular, give expression to specific corners of the world in our global economy. This is a new stop of the Francois Pinault collection journey around the world. A monumental exhibition at the famous Garage: a 1927 bus garage in Moscow designed by the Constructivist architect Konstantin Melnikov and transformed into a gallery for contemporary art and culture by Daria Dasha Zhukova, whose partner is the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich.

  • Under the Sway :A Photographic Journey Through Mozambique

    R100

    This photographic title is comprised of diverse sections, including historical pictures, a map of the country and the actual photographic journey. The journey is divided into three sections that echo the geographic regions of the country

  • Unsettled: The 100 Year War of Resistance by Xhosa against Boer and British

    R360

    In Unsettled, South African photographer Cedric Nunn (best known for his photographs of apartheid resistance) turns his lens to the landscape of the Eastern Cape, site of the longest and most complex anti-colonial confrontation in South Africa’s history: The 100 Year War of Resistance.

  • Verushka: The Ultimate Collection

    R15000

    Veruschka may indeed be the most beautiful woman in the world. But this great supermodel has always been more than just a pretty face. Vera Lehndorff transformed her image, her name, and the world in the pursuit of high fashion and of art.