13.02.02 Stories of survival
An exhibition of turn-of-last-century photographs of people from south and east Africa, 'Surviving the Lens' offers no easy answers to the question: who holds the power, the photographer or the sitter? Kathryn Smith reports
13.02.02 Sex, death and drawing
In a farewell to Pretoria, Diane Victor curates a group show that reflects the influence of both her technique and vexed emotional topography. Sean O'Toole ventures into that dark world
06.02.02 A sense of belonging
Another inspired choice as Bag Factory visiting artist, Marie Ange Bordas engages those who experience life in Johannesburg as refugees in her exhibition-in-progress, 'Displacements'
30.01.02 Marike's final humiliation?
Doris Bloom's new show, 'The u in you', finds the artist complicit in the games of emotive or cognitive manipulation she seeks to transgress, argues David Brodie
30.01.02 Facts and fiction
William Scarbrough's multimedia installation 'The Trials of Dr Kawalski' offers a compelling view of history colliding awkwardly with the narrative of the individual, writes Sean O'Toole