From: James McArdle, Australia
Thank you for a great website!
I am researching South African photographers working in the environmental (ie "on-location") or group portrait genre - specifically those dealing with human relationships - families, couples, friendships or co-workers (perhaps the best known South African example is David Goldblatt). Do you exhibit the work of such artists? - is there a website, article, book or catalogue which might be useful to a person researching such work? Perhaps you have CVs or exhibition lists you might be able to mail? With gratitude for any help you might be able to give me.
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From: Aska, SA National Gallery
Subject: Land and Lives
Many thanks for your listing, but Professor Bunn only presented the opening lecture. It's a little misleading to give him the credit for the exhibition. By the way, congratulations, ArtThrob is by far the most interesting and comprehensive guide to arts in South Africa.
From: Chris Roper, SL mag
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From: Melinda Gandara
Subject: Art Exhibition Catalogue
I am currently a graduate student of the University of California Santa Barbara and am researching the topic of the "mother and child" images utilised by contemporary South African artists. I am requesting any additional comments and or review regarding Sue Williamson's exhibition 'Truth Games' and any comments she has made in reference to As a Mother: Confrontation over Stompie of 1998.
Thank you very much for any information you are able to share or transmit via e-mail.
Also, I would like to purchase the art exhibition catalogue on 'Bringing Up Baby: Artists Survey the Reproductive Body'. Is this catalogue still available?
- Inquiries about the 'Bringing Up Baby' catalogue can be addressed to curator Terry Kurgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From: Lynda Rubin
Bosch - the one in the Eastern Transvaal - does very colourful prints - saw one a few years back of sunflowers which was spectacular. Know a site I could see his work at?
- Can anyone help?