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  • Anish Kapoor: Turning the World Upside Down in Kensington Gardens

    R490

    Over the fall of 2010, visitors to the serene and stately grounds of Kensington Gardens in London encountered four monumental stainless-steel sculptures by Anish Kapoor, carefully situated to reflect and distort in their mirrored surfaces the weather, the wildlife and the changing colors of the surrounding foliage. Visible from afar, Kapoor’s sculptures interact with the…

  • Edward Krasinski

    R400

    Sculptor, painter, author of spatial forms, artistic installations, and happenings, Edward Krasinski (1925–2004) was one of the most important protagonists of the Polish neo avant-garde in the 1960s and ’70s. This richly illustrated book investigates the development of Krasinski’s unique formal language, showcasing works spanning more than 50 years of his remarkable career.

  • Gabriel Orozco – Tate Modern Artist Series

    R150

    Gabriel Orozco, born in Mexico, in 1962, is one of the most influential artists of his generation. Dividing his time between Mexico City, Paris and New York, his constant travelling has been as much a part of his artistic practice as a lifestyle. His works, often playful and characterised by an ironic humour, range from…

  • Martin Creed: Works

    R660

    Renowned for his straightforward approach to making art and his deft economy of means, Martin Creed has produced sculptures, installations, drawings, films, performances, music, and text, each of which has found its inspiration in the objects and activities of everyday life. This extensive volume documents some 800 works produced over twenty years and selected by the artist himself.

  • Michael Landy: Saints Alive

    R350

    British artist Michael Landy (b. 1963) is known primarily as an installation artist. His work, along with others associated with the Young British Artists (YBAs), was first catapulted to the world spotlight when it was featured in the notorious Sensation exhibition (1997).

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    Mona Hatoum

    R300

    The artist Mona Hatoum came to London from Lebanon in 1975. Working initially with performance and video, and in the 1990s with sculpture and installations, she has exhibited widely around the world. In the summer of 2000 Mona Hatoum presented three major new works which marked the inauguration of Tate Britain, London. These works, exhibited…

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    Richard Wilson

    R300

      Richard Wilson is an internationally-renowned sculptor and installation artist who often works on an architectural scale. 20:50, his room-sized sea of reflective sump oil, is an overwhelming experience. More recent works like Jamming Gears, made for London’s Serpentine Gallery, and Over Easy, built into The Arc arts centre in Stockton-in-Tees, offer resonant and profound…

  • Robin Rhode: Variants

    R490

    For his second exhibition at White Cube, Rhode presented five animations that take the chair designs of Dutch furniture designer and architect Gerrit Rietveld as a starting point. A member of the De Stijl movement, Rietveld aspired to bring high design to the masses. A precursor to the ‘flat pack’ furniture style now prevalent, Rietveld’s…

  • Takis

    R500

    This is the first book in English to introduce this key figure of Europe’s postwar avant-garde and cultural underground. Through new essays and primary sources, it foregrounds the artist’s influence in contemporary art since the 1960s.

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    Wim Botha – Apocalognosia

    This catalogue accompanies Botha’s third solo exhibition at Michael Stevenson. The title is a neologism formed by combining ‘apocalypse’ and ‘agnosia’, and implies our inability to truly possess knowledge about the world even as it reveals itself to us. In addition to installation views of the works, the catalogue includes text, written by Botha in…