Works by Willem Boshoff, Kudzanai Chiurai, David Goldblatt and Sue Williamson are included on the exhibition , curated by South African art historian Rory Bester at the New Church Museum in Cape Town.
One of the participants in the film, Candice Mama, a young woman whose father was killed by Eugene de Kock, and who forgave de Kock and campaigned for his parole release, will make a guest appearance.
The Milan-based bookstore Libreria Bocca and publisher Skira Point host an event to promote the book , which presents for the first time all major works of the artist, created over more than 30 years (5 June).
With themes ranging from “Desperate Housewife” to “Dollhouse”, forms part of the latest installment of the Birmingham Museum of Art’s permanent exhibition, Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art, the museum’s first large exhibition of contemporary art from its own collection (until 6 January).
is an immersive installation that humanises the destruction of an entire area in South Africa during Apartheid.
, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (9 March – 28 May).
The exhibition, having been first exhibited at La Monnaie de Paris in France, addresses questions surrounding a woman’s place in culture, probing the patriarchal constructs and conventional ideas about the house or home as a feminine space.
As the first in a series of exhibitions featuring over 50 international artists, Williamson participates on a group museum show, Women House, at La Monnaie de Paris in France (19 October – 21 January).
Organised in partnership with the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, the exhibition reflects on the on the daily rituals of domesticity, the home and women’s relationship with the domestic space from the 1960s until today. The exhibition showcases works by artists ‘active long before 1994 …
Within the context of the exhibition, the work highlights similarities between post-apartheid conditions and the result of segregation in the American South.
The Shrine Empire Gallery in New Delhi presents a solo exhibition for Sue Williamson, titled Sue Williamson: Other Voices, Other Cities (1 November – 9 December).
who not only share with us who they are, but in so doing allow us to see ourselves and to understand our shared histories more clearly’.