Editions for ArtThrob
The Editions for ArtThrob project is aimed at making the work of Southern Africa’s best contemporary artists widely accessible to new audiences. The programme provides an opportunity to build a unique art collection, with prints from internationally recognised artists whose original work might be beyond the pocket of young collectors.
Artists who’ve worked with us include Candice Breitz, David Goldblatt, Mikhael Subotzky, Richard Mudariki, Lisa Brice, Siemon Allen, Claudette Schreuders, Athi-Patra Ruga, Dineo Seshee Bopape, Tracey Rose, Ashley Walters, Dan Halter, Sam Nhlengethwa, William Kentridge, Penny Siopis, Robert Hodgins, Pieter Hugo, Georgina
Gratrix, Cameron Platter, Zanele Muholi, Sue Williamson, and Jane Alexander.
In turn, the funds raised from sales of these prints go towards keeping ArtThrob running, and towards remuneration for our writers. This is a particularly important point for us, as we are dedicated to fostering art writing in South Africa with a goal of achieving greater awareness, interest, and discussion on local art and artists.
ArtThrob will be 20 years old in August 2017! We’ve built up a strong relationship with artists and the South African art world during that time. Our prints have been included in many private collections, as well as those of Sanlam, ETV, Iziko South African National Gallery, Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, and Zeitz MOCAA.
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William Kentridge, Act III scene 1, 2017R30,000.00 Add to cart
Zanele Muholi, Sasa, Bleecker, New York, 2016R10,000.00 Add to cart
David Goldblatt, Three men rest at the side of the track between Bute Asbestos Mine and Heuningvlei in Northern Cape. 18 December 2002R15,000.00 Add to cart
Mikhael Subotzky, Johnny FortuneR10,500.00 Add to cart
Willem Boshoff, Political Candyfloss (left and right)R15,000.00 Add to cart
Georgina Gratrix, Flowers for I.G.R7,500.00 Add to cart
Sam Nhlengethwa John ColtraneR6,000.00 Read more
Siemon Allen, Damaged Archive (Soweto), 2016R6,500.00 Add to cart