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    Rachel Whiteread – Drawings

    R460

    Rachel Whiteread is renowned for her evocative large-scale sculptures, but drawing has always remained one of her core activities. This exhibition offers a rare opportunity to explore her works on paper, most of which have never been shown before in a public gallery. These collages and drawings provide a fascinating and intimate insight into the…

  • Richard Deacon: Out of Order

    R300


    Published to accompany the exhibition Richard Deacon Out of Order 14 May 2005-25 September 2005.

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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…

  • Richard Wilson – Tate Modern Artist Series

    R150

    The work of Richard Wilson (b.1953) often comes closer to engineering or even architecture than it does to traditional sculpture. Typically he transforms the viewer’s environment into something unsettling and strange by the interventions he makes, whether in the internal space of a gallery, the structure of a building or in one of the ships with which he has a particular affinity.
    Perhaps Wilson’s best-known work is 20:50 for which he flooded a gallery space with

  • Roger Ballen – Boarding House (Hardcover)

    R600

    “Boarding House” shows an imaginary space of transient residence, of coming and goings, of people without homes, sheltering in an abode that they are using for their immediate survival. The structure is basic and fundamental and it is furnished with objects that are necessarily for an elementary existence. Remnants function here as physical symbols of events that have occurred in this space; broken pieces of a functional reality exist as the leftovers of scenarios that were played out here.

  • RW: Rachel Whiteread (Modern Artists)

    R200

    Rachel Whiteread solidifies space. Employing materials that include concrete, plaster, resin and rubber to mould not the objects themselves but the areas within or around them, she has single-handedly expanded the parameters of contemporary sculpture.

  • Schwitters in Britain

    R400

    Associated at various times with Dada, Constructivism and Surrealism, Schwitters produced paintings, collages, sound pieces, sculpture and installation works, as well as journalism, criticism, poetry and short stories. Forced to flee Germany in 1936, Schwitters took refuge first in Norway and then, after the German invasion of Norway, in Britain, where he was interned initially…

  • Sculpture Now (Softcover)

    R180

    With over 200 colour illustrations displaying a huge range of sculptural work, Sculpture Now is an essential account of one of the most exciting and experimental forms in contemporary art

  • Sculpture Now – World of Art Series

    R145

    An authoritative, highly readable new survey that reveals the great diversity and energy within sculptural practice today.

  • Sun Shining Blood Everywhere

    R400

    The book explores the endless possibilities and permutations of realism. It acknowledges the past as well as addressing present time issues. Gordon Victor is South African born and has both exhibited and taught art in Australia since 1987. Primarily a painter and sculptor, the artist also creates assemblages, collages, drawings, photographs and installations.

  • 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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    Tate Introductions: Alberto Giacometti

    R150

    Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966) is best known for his distinctive elongated figures that are inescapably linked to the post-War climate of existential despair. This book, created with unparalleled access to the extraordinary collection and archive of Fondation Alberto et Annette Giacometti, offers a lively, clear, and comprehensive introduction to Giacometti’s sculpture from his first works of art through his surrealist compositions to the emergence of his mature style, and presents the ongoing debates concerning his significance.

  • Tate Modern Artists: Richard Deacon

    R295

    Born in Bangor, Wales, in 1949, Richard Deacon has been at the forefront of sculpture for the last 35 years and was awarded the Turner Prize in 1987.

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    TAXI-003: Jeremy Wafer

    R200

    Born in Durban in 1953, Jeremy Wafer received his BA degree from the University of Natal and his Masters in Fine Art degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1987. Since then, his sculptural and print work has remained informed by an artistic language which is modular, minimal and contemplative, and which varies in aesthetic effect and social purpose.

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    TAXI-010: Deborah Bell

    R200

    Deborah Bell is a leading Johannesburg painter and sculptor whose work is created in dialogue with multiple worlds, texts, histories and consciousnesses. She is also widely known for her collaborative projects with William Kentridge and Robert Hodgins. Bell’s drawings, etchings and monumental clay sculptures possess a kind of ‘mystical godliness’

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    TAXI-015 Paul Stopforth

    R200

    Paul Stopforth is known in South Africa for work that comments on the harshness and injustices of life under apartheid. His art – comprising sculpture, drawing, painting, and printmaking – is not, however, narrowly political but instead occupies a space ‘between the material and the spiritual, imaging finitude and mortality’.