15.05.03 Frozen image suggestive of deeper experience
Elizabeth Gunter's work demonstrates why the draughtsperson is once again attracting viewers and gaining a foothold in the hallways of contemporary galleries, writes Melvyn Minnaar.
15.05.03 130 years of collecting are laid bare at the SANG
Student review: Student reviewer Kerryn Greenberg assesses the successes of this novel curatorial approach.
15.05.03 Jane Alexander's 'African Adventure' - A New Perspective
Jane Alexander is a vigorous visionary with a tricky, experimental attitude, not the dead serious mistress of history, argues German art academic Maren Ziese. By focussing on variety, flexibility, fluidity, immateriality and cultural hybridity, Alexander's art successfully express our cultural zeitgeist. Part two.
01.05.03 Jane Alexander's 'African Adventure' - A New Perspective
Jane Alexander is a vigorous visionary with a tricky, experimental attitude, not the dead serious mistress of history, argues German art academic Maren Ziese. Part one.
01.05.03 Abrie Fourie's Cape Town show, fresh from Belgium
Though drained of narrative the show is not as inaccessible as it first appears, writes Paul Edmunds.
01.05.03 Jenny Altschuler and Anthony Strack offer contrasting representations of the female image
Student review: Carla Lever assesses the relative strengths of weaknesses of their respective approaches.
01.05.03 'Her and Me'
Student review: Known for her sombre reportage photographs, Tracey Derrick takes a light-hearted look at her relationship with her dog Salvador. Sue Nepgen is impressed.
01.05.03 Geoff Grundlingh's Utopia
Student review: Geoff Grundlingh's 'Utopia' images artfully depict the doomed isolation and insular barrenness of colonial utopianism, argues Annwen Bates.
01.05.03 A New Approach to African Puppetry
Adrian Kohler, of the Handspring Puppet Company, discusses his collaboration with a leading Mali puppeteer.