Friday, February 18, 2011

Impressions from South Africa, 1965 to Now

Starting in March (running to August), Moma will be hosting the exhibit Impressions from South Africa, 1965 to Now. The exhibit features the printmaking work that arose from the unequal opportunities presented to artists during Apartheid, as well as the new school of artists who carry the torch and explore all the themes that arise from our complex history.

Nomathemba Tana. Amanzi Amthatha from Makana Remembered, by various artists. 2001. Linoleum cut from a portfolio of 20 prints, will be in the exhibit.

The same, but different, linocut by Paul Edmunds

These are works from artists whose work will be in the exhibit (but I'm not sure which pieces)...


Kudazani Chiurai

William Kentridge

Senzeni Marasela

There are others besides these, read about it here. I will definitely be making the trip down to see it.

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