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  • African Artists: From 1882 to Now


    Modern and Contemporary African art is at the forefront of the current curatorial and collector movement in today’s art scene. This groundbreaking new book, created in collaboration with a prestigious global advisory board, represents the most substantial appraisal of contemporary artists born or based in Africa available

  • Afronova: Modern and Contemporary Art.

  • Anna van der Ploeg: Omens in Hot Bacon Contradiction


    This exhibition presents a new body of work created by Anna van der Ploeg at the David Krut Workshop (DKW). Through oil paintings, etching editions and monotypes, Van der Ploeg continues to probe notions of performativity, concealment, and tenderness in social interactions.

  • Anthea Moys: At my own risk


    This exhibition catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition ‘At my own risk’ at the Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg

  • Black Looks, White Myths

    Catalogue of the first ever Biennale, Africus ’95 in Johannesburg bringing together eighteen South African and four Spanish artists reflecting the extreme diversity of these artists’ professional backgrounds and creative techniques

  • Breyten Breytenbach: The 81 ways of letting go a late self


    While a South African audience might be more familiar with Breytenbach as a writer, he initially studied at the Michaelis School of Art. Breytenbach held his first solo exhibition of paintings in 1964, the same year he published his first volume of poems (Die Ysterkoei Moet Sweet) and his first book of prose (Katastrofes). It took place at Galerie Espace in Amsterdam, where Breytenbach shared the roster with Karel Appel and Francesco Clemente, among others.

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    Clay Forms


    This publication offers enthusiasts and collectors a glimpse into the studios of thirty important South African artists, born between 1941 and 1998, revealing the richness of both contemporary clay and ceramic tradition within South African art

  • David Goldblatt: Structures of Dominion and Democracy


    This book is a selective retrospective of David Goldblatt (born 1930), a key figure in 20th-century photography. Starting from his earliest photographic series, it shows the foundations of Goldblatt’s critical passion for photography, his social sensitivity and political consciousness. Also presented are his most recent photographs pertaining to the changing situation in his native South…

  • Day Will Break More Than Once


    ‘I was thinking about objects that turn, and in a moment of turning they lose their abstraction and find a moment of coherence – as if the world shatters, and turns, finds a logic, and then passes by.’
    – William Kentridge From To What End, delivered November 2023 Sydney Opera House

  • Domestic Scenes – William Kentridge (Signed)


    Domestic Scenes feature the entire 54 images of Kentridge’s early series of work Domestic Scenes (1980). Domestic Scenes is published by Steidl, an international publisher of photobooks, and features an exquisite hard cover design with Kentridge’s signature on the cover page and a beautiful A1 poster of a photograph of young William Kentridge in his Parktown studio in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    There are 16 variations of the book available, each distinct with a different front cover image of one of the works in the Domestic Scenes series. Clients are welcomed and encouraged to ask for the front cover variation that they would like.

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    Gary Schneider, Handbook of South African Artists

    Original price was: R560.Current price is: R150.

    In 2011, on a trip to South Africa for an exhibition, Gary Schneider began a series of handprint portraits of South African artists. Having grown up in South Africa, which he left in 1977 at the age of twenty-three, Schneider realised that this would not be an overview of South African art but rather a way to reconnect with a country that still has an enormous influence on his work.

  • Kevin Brand – Mercedes-Benz Award for South African Art Projects in Public Space 2008


    A first monographic catalogue is devoted to  Kevin Brand the prizewinner of the Mercedes-Benz Art Award for South African Art Projects in Public Space 2008.

  • Luan Nel (Malta Bella)


    Luan Nel received his BAFA in 1993 and his Higher diploma in Education in 1994 from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. In 1994 he won the Judges Prize in The Sasol New Signatures competition. In 1998 and 1999 he participated in the artist’s residency at The Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.

    If interested in reading more about this title, please follow link for book review by Art Times.

    Publication was edited and designed by Brenton Maart.

    Contributions by Alexandra Dodd, Wilhelm van Rensburg, Lloyd Pollack and Robyn Sassen. Interviews with Ilya Rabinovich, Mosheke Langa and Keval Harie

  • Marlene Dumas: Against the Wall


    Originally published in 2010 on the occasion of Against the Wall, Dumas’s first solo presentation at David Zwirner in New York, this much sought-after exhibition catalogue—which sold out shortly after publication—has been reprinted to coincide with the artist’s 2014–2015 European retrospective exhibition The Image as Burden, organized by Tate Modern, London in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and the Fondation Beyeler, Basel.

  • Marlene Dumas: Myths & Mortals


    Marlene Dumas’s works respond more than ever to the uncertainty and sensuality of the painting process itself. Allowing the structure of the canvases and the materiality of the paint greater freedom to inform the development of her compositions, the artist has likened the creation of these works to the act of falling in love: an unpredictable and open-ended process that is as filled with awkwardness and anxiety as it is with bliss and discovery.

  • Norman Catherine


    Foreword by David Bowie. Norman Catherine is considered to be at the forefront of South African contemporary art with his rough-edged comical and nightmarish forms rendered in brash cartoon colours; his idiosyncratic visions and his dark cynicism and exuberant humour.