Archive: Issue No. 67, March 2003

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L/B

L/B
Installation view Beautiful Corner #2, 2002
Artforum Berlin 2002, Galerie Urs Meile, Luzern
370 x 120 x 252cm

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William Kentridge

William Kentridge
Drawing from 'Zeno Writing', 2002
Charcoal and pastel on paper

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Jonathan Barnbrook

Jonathan Barnbrook
Design magazine on North Korea portraying dead dictator Kim Il Sung with children
detail

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Kendell Geers

Kendell Geers
Yellow Christ, 1992
52 x 89cm
silkscreen on paper

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CAPE

15.03.03 L/B in Cape Town
The Swiss artist couple of Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, aka L/B, have been on a two month long stay in Cape Town. Karin Frei contextualises their output in light of the duo's current show at the Bell-Roberts.

01.03.03 Sue Williamson and Paul Edmunds offer their recollections from the party that was YDESIRE
Taking a detour from our usually meditative reviews, two of ArtThrob's senior reviewers - Sue Williamson and Paul Edmunds - offer their views on the evening's festivities. And the art.

01.03.03 Salute to Jeff Koons
Student review: Jeff Koons recently delivered a talk to a packed audience attending his Michaelis Lunch Time Lecture series presentation. Looking back on this event, student Cameron Platter salutes Koons in rather flattering terms.

16.02.03 William Kentridge's Confessions of Zeno at Spier
Sue Williamson attends Confessions of Zeno at Spier, and finds the performance a rich mix of visual and theatrical pleasures.

16.01.03 William Kentridge
Paul Edmunds pays his SANG Retrospective a visit.

GAUTENG

15.03.03 Johannesburg's loss has certainly been the world's gain
The Goodman Gallery has been choc a bloc since the opening of William Kentridge's new show. Sean O'Toole looks over the shoulders of curious art lovers and reports back on 'Zeno Writing'.

15.03.03 Encouraging the possibilities of printmaking
Michelle Matthews reviews the prints currently on view at David Krut's newly established workshop/gallery space in Parkwood, Johannesburg.

15.03.03 Art as Capital
A rather nebulous look at the place of prints and multiples in recent art history? A commercially motivated enterprise? Sean O'Toole reviews dealer and gallerist Warren Siebrits latest offering.

INTERNATIONAL

15.03.03 Zwelethu Mthethwa shows in New York
Artforums' Emily Speers Mears hails Zwelethu Mthethwa's new DVD work for once again confronting our expectations
PUBLICATIONS

16.02.03 Broadcast Quality
The art of Big Brother II as a coffee table book

16.02.03 Family Pictures
Nine family stories packaged as an art exhibition, a book, and a not too subliminal narrative about a troubled country

SUE WILLIAMSON'S DIARY

Jeff Koons lecture and visit from New York's New Museum

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