Archive: Issue No. 66, February 2003

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The Handspring Puppet Company

Zeno (Dawid Minnar) in William Kentridge's
The Confessions of Zeno

Photo: Ruphin Coudyzer

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Robert Hodgins

Robert Hodgins
What's your case, heh? 2003
Oil on canvas 45 x 45cm

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David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt
Martine in her room, Cape Town (2001)
(The Steyn Family)

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CAPE

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.

16.02.03 Robert Hodgins delights, confounds, confuses and amazes
Robert Hodgins showcases craft in a new show at Joáo Ferreira. Paul Edmunds visits, his studied review assessing more than just the painter's acerbic wit, or acidic and corrosive use of colour.

16.02.03 Kevin Brand's current showing suggests "a new shift in painting"
Kevin Brand has adopted a "more fluid, and at times considered, approach" to painting writes Andrew Lamprecht. But his show still leaves many questions unanswered.

16.01.03 Zayd Minty offers a concise history of BLAC
Cape Town's Black Arts Collective, a self-styled discourse building project, is no more. Zayd Minty offers a concise history of the doings of this unashamedly Black cultural project, highlighting some of its key contributions to cultural transformation in South Africa.

16.01.03 Tempting works in wax and plastic
Ruth Sacks at Joáo Ferreira

16.01.03 William Kentridge
Paul Edmunds pays his SANG Retrospective a visit

GAUTENG

01.02.03 Long Live
News photographer Raymond Preston at PhotoZA

01.02.03 Diane Victor 'could have been as big as Kentridge if only ...'
Diane Victor at the Goodman Gallery

INTERNATIONAL

16.02.03 Artists confront Aids
Lisa Schmidt reports on 'Africa Apart' in Berlin
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

Deadline woes beset Sue Williamson as she negotiates with two translators to finalise her new catalogue - and prepares to go to Australia. Phew!

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