Browsing Category Printmaking & Graphic Work

A BLACK AESTHETIC, a view of South African artists 1970 - 1990
171pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2019. R560
Catalogue of the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2019.

Includes an essay by the curator Same Mdluli.

Features work by Azaria Mbatha, Dumile Feni, Durant Sihlali, Ernest Mancoba, Gerard Sekoto, Gladys Mgudlandlu, John Muafangejo, Kagiso Patrick Mautloa, Lucky Sibiya, George Pemba, Sydney Kumalo, Thomas Motswai, and many others.
63 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2014. R180
Catalogue of the exhibition, Stevenson, Cape Town, 2014.

Includes "Art in Concert with Life Itself", the artist in conversation with Kabelo Malatsie and translator Raphaëlle Jehan. Text in both English and French.

Barthélémy Tonguo was born in 1967 in Bandjoun, Cameroon. He lives between Paris and Bandjoun, where he founded a centre for artistic exchange in 2007.
BRETT MURRAY, Crocodile Tears
72 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition of sculptures and prints, Goodman Gallery Cape, 2008, and Goodman Gallery Johannesburg, 2009.

Includes the essay, "Distinguishing the Bull from the Bullshit" by Sean O'Toole.
BRETT MURRAY, Again/ Again
178pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2018. R690
Brett Murrays's show, "Again/ Again", opened at the Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, in 2015 and then at the Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2017.

This catalogue of the works exhibited includes the essays "Caught in the Darkness" by Ashraf Jamal and "Red Nosing the President" by Tim Leibbrandt.

Sculptor Brett Murray was born in Pretoria in 1961. He won the Standard Bank Young Artist Award in 2002. He lives and works in Cape Town.
239 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg & Munich, 2011. R650
A monograph on sculptor and printmaker Claudette Schreuders.

Includes the essays:
"Claudette Schreuders and the Autobiography of Complexity" by Rory Bester
"At Home with the Sacred: Claudette Schreuders' sculptures and prints" by Faye Hirsch
"A Letter to Claudette" by Antjie Krog.

Claudette Schreuders was born in 1973 in Pretoria, and lives and works in Cape Town.
DEBORAH BELL, Invocations to the Plate, notes from the Print Workshop 2014-2017
72pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2018. R295
This book was conceived from conversations between artist Deborah Bell and master printers Jillian Ross and Phil Sanders, with contributions from printers Kim-Lee Loggenberg, Chad Cordeiro, Sbongiseni Khulu and Roxy Kaczmarek from the David Krut Workshop.

Introduction by Jillian Ross.

Includes the essays:
"The Edge is Not a Boundary" by Phil Sanders
"A Framework for Alchemy" by Jacqueline Flint.
FNB JOBURG ART FAIR, Sandton Convention Centre, 8-10 September 2017, 10th anniversary edition 2017
203pp., b/w & colour illus. hardback, Johannesburg, 2017. R240
Catalogue of the 2017 Joburg Art Fair, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

Galleries exhibiting include Goodman Gallery, Stevenson, Whatiftheworld, SMAC Art Gallery, blank projects, 99 Loop, Gallery MOMO and Everard Read Gallery.

Robin Rhode was the 2017 featured artist.
115pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2017. R435
Catalogue of the exhibition, blank projects, Cape Town, 2017.

Includes the essay, "The Dabbler" by Sean O'Toole and a studio conversation between Jared and his brother, Joshua, recorded in 2015.

Jared Ginsburg was born in 1985 in Cape Town, where he continues to live and work.
JILL TRAPPLER, Unfolding Her, 2013-2015
48pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2015. R195
Catalogue of the exhibition, AVA Gallery, Cape Town, 2015.

Includes text by the artist.

Jill Trappler was born in 1957 in Johannesburg. She is a founder member of Thupelo and Greatmore Street studios and established the Philani weaving project and the Intle cooperative project in Site B and Philippi.
LEETO, a Sam Nhlengethwa print retrospective
163pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2019. R1150
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, 2019.

Contributiuons include:
Foreword by Neil Dundas.
"Considering Sam Nhlengethwa's Artistic Contribution" by Nontobeko Mtombela
"Sam Nhlengethwa and the Aesthetic Proximities of South African Jazz" by Dr Lindelwa Dalamba
"There is Something About John Coltrane" afterword by Dr Hlonipha Mokoena.

Sam Nhlengethwa was born in 1955. He studied at Rorke's Drift and the Johannesburg Art Foundation and was awarded the Standard Bank Young Artist of the Year award in 1994.
QUINTEN EDWARD WILLIAMS, Movement and its Limitation Within an Environment
24pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R35
Catalogue of the exhibition of paintings, prints and sculpture, David Krut Projects, Johannesburg, 2017.

Quinten Edward Williams is based in Johannesburg.
Addleson (J.) curator CYPRIAN MPHO SHILAKOE REVISITED, an exhibition of paintings, prints and sculpture
96 pp., map, b/w & colour illus., paperback, Durban, 2006. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition which opened at the Durban Art Gallery in 2006.

Includes the essays "Cyprian Mpho Shilakoe's Brief Life (1946-1972)" by Jill Addleson,
"Remembering Cyprian Shilakoe" by Linda Givon,
"Prints, Prophecy and the Limits of Popular Testimony in Shilakoe's Work" by Philippa Hobbs,
"Some Odd Memories of Cyprian Shilakoe from His Days as a Visiting Student at the Art and Craft Centre, Rorke's Drift, at the Beginning of 1970" by Otto Lundbohm,
"Four Prints by Cyprian Shilakoe" by Andries Oliphant,
"Speaking with Silent Sculptures, investigating the sculptural works of Cyprian Mpho Shilakoe" by Elizabeth Rankin
and "The Graphic Work of Cyprian Shilakoe: reflections on a cosmology informed by a unique combination of temperament and culture" by Yvonne Winters.

Printmaker and sculptor Cyprian Shilakoe was born in 1946 in Barberton, Mpumalanga. He was killed in a car accident in 1972, at the age of 26.
Araeen (R.) et. al. AFRICUS, Johannesburg Biennale, 28 February-30 April 1995
, Johannesburg, 1995. OUT OF PRINT
Foreword by Christopher Till. Essays by Lorna Ferguson, Rasheed Araeen, Ery Camara, Arthur C.Danto, Bongi Dhlomo, Rashid Diab, Amareswar Galla, Sander Fusco, Sandra Klopper, Jean-Hubert Martin, Thomas McEvilley, Charles Merewether, Adriano Mixinge, Anitra Nettleton & Apinan Poshyananda.

South African artists include Helen Sebidi, Durant Sihlali, Phillipa Hobbs, Sue Williamson, Lien Botha, Willem Boshoff, Steven Cohen, Josephine Ghesa, Bonnie Mtshalintshali, Jodie Bieber, Willie Bester, Johannes Segogela, Sandile Zulu, and many more.
Includes exhibitions featuring artists from Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, as well as from many other countries.
Britz (R.D.) illus. & Wylie (D.) texxt SLOW FIRES,
53 pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2013. R280
A collection of etchings by Roxandra Dardagan Britz, with poems by Dan Wylie.

"In this series of 24 poems and etchings, Dan Wylie and Roxandra Dardagan Britz marry gritty politics with voices of animal consciousness in a dark but compassionate meditation on our fragilities in a world predominantly predatory, toxic or indifferent. The poems and images in this book celebrate and mourn, remind us of the ephemeral and the substantial in our lives, or imagine a space in which animals speak with wisdom, sadness and humour." from the publisher's website

Artist and printmaker Roxandra Dardagan Britz was born in Harare, Zimbabwe, in 1962. She lives and works in Grahamstown. The illustrations in ths volume are from "Debris", the first in a trilogy if exhibitions on Zimbabwe. Most of the portriats of animals here are from the series "Political Animals...Which on are you?".
Poet and academic Dan Wyle teaches English at Rhodes University in Grahamstown.
Buys (A.) ed. A LASTING IMPRESSION, the Robert Hodgins print archive
284 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R625
Published to accompany the exhibition, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, 2013.

Contributions include:
"The Robert Hodgins Print Archive: the totality of all your parts" by Julia Charlton
"Pointing in Different Directions: an imprecise glossary to the life of Robert Griffiths Hodgins" by Sean O'Toole
"Vaguely Disreputable: the printmaking of Robert Hodgins" by Colin Richards
"Some General Rules: Robert Hodgins in conversation with Kathryn Smith"

Robert Hodgins was born in the UK in 1920, and emigrated to South Africa in 1938. He taught painting at the Fine Arts Department, University of the Witwatersrand until retiring to paint full-time in 1983. He died in 2010.
Carman (J.) et. al. eds. VISUAL CENTURY, South African art in context, 1907-2007 volumes 1-4
220 + 217 + 232 + 222 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, boxed, Johannesburg, 2011. R1500
A four-volume publication that reappraises one hundred years of South African visual art from a post-apartheid perspective, and incorporates multiple writers and perspectives. The project was initiated by Gavin Jantjes.

Volume one: 1907-1948, edited by Jillian Carman
Volume two: 1945-1976, edited by Lize van Robbroeck
Volume three: 1973-1992, edited by Mario Pissarra
Volume four: 1990-2007, edited by Thembinkosi Goniwe, Mario Pissarra and Mandisi Majavu

Contributors include: Colin Richards, Kathryn Smith, Zayd Minty, Andries Oliphant, Hayden Proud, Sandra Klopper, Elizabeth Rankin, Anitra Nettleton, Nessa Leibhammer, Melanie Hillebrand an many others.

"A monumental work, one of the most important publishing events in the continent's art" Chika Okeke-Agulu, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University

"The most comprehensive overview of South African art yet." Brenda Schmahmann, Fine Art Department, Rhodes University
Couzyn (J.) & Hartlief (J.) JAMES HARTLIEF, artist of the dreaming world
104pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Nieu Bethesda, 2012. R445
James Hartlief was a Senior Printmaker at The First People Centre in Nieu Bethesda in the Great Karoo. He died in 2013.

Jeni Couzyn founded the First People Centre, originally called the Bethesda Arts Centre, with her daughter in 1999. The centre trains local people (mostly of San Bushman and mixed descent) in art-making and enables them to earn an income by selling their work.
De Becker (L.) & Nettleton (A.) eds. ACTIVATE/ CAPTIVATE, collections re-engagement at Wits Art Museum
192pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2015. R340
"This publication discusses the many ways the tertiary education community of Gauteng has interacted with the permanent collection of African art at Wits Art Museum since its official re-opening in 2012." from the inside front cover

Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Wits Art Museum (WAM), Johannesburg, 2015.

Contributions include:
"What's in the Storerooms? Unpacking the genesis and growth of the Wits Art Museum collections" by Julia Charlton
"Valuing the Art of Handcraft: engaging creatively with the African art collections at Wits Art Museum" by Walter Oltmann
"Talking Authenticity: museum and flea market works in teaching African art art Wits" by Anitra Nettleton
"Silence in the Storerooms" by Laura De Becker
"'The absence of models is an occupational hazard'" by Joni Brenner and Stacey Vorster.

Anitra Nettleton is Director and Chair of the Centre for the Creative Arts (CCAA) and Academic Head at WAM. Her other books include "African Dream Machines: style identity and meaning of African headrests".
Laura De Becker was an Andrew W Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at WAM from 2013-2015. She is currently the Helmut and Candis Stern Associate Curator of African Art at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, USA.
Dundas (N.) & Charlton (J.) eds. IN THE WEAVE, Walter Oltmann: working over three decades
102 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2013. R350
Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2014.
Contributions include:
"The Constant Craftsman" by Julia Meintjies
"Neither Fish nor Fowl: Walter Oltmann's confounding categories" by Brenda Schmahmann
"Walter Oltmann interviewed by Neil Dundas".

Walter Oltmann was born in 1960 in Rustenberg, Gauteng. He is currently working part-time as Associate Professor in the Wits School of Art. He was the recipient of the 2001 Standard Bank Young Artist Award.
Elliott (P.) NITA SPILHAUS (1878-1967), and her artist friends in the Cape during the early twentieth century
194pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2015. OUT OF PRINT
An account of the life and art of painter Nita Spilhaus by Peter Elliott, great-nephew of the artist.

Pauline Augusta Wilhelmina 'Nita' Spilhaus was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1878, and was raised by her grandfather in Lübeck, Germany, after losing both her parents. She moved to Cape Town in 1907, after studying drawing and etching in Lübeck, Munich and Paris. Her friends included many of the Cape Impressionists such as Ruth Prowse, Hugo Naudé and Florence Zerffi.
Eno (B.) et al BEEZY BAILEY,
240pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2018. R1200
Multi-disciplinary artist Beezy Bailey was born in 1962 in Johannesburg. His practice includes painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking and ceramics.

Foreword by Brian Eno.

Includes the essays:
"Beezy Bailey: probing with impulsive flair" by Richard Cork
"Beezy Bailey in Conversation" by Roslyn Sulcas.
Enwezor (O.) art. director & Richards (C.) et. al. curators TRADE ROUTES, history and geography, 2nd Johannesburg Biennale, 1997
412 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg & The Hague, 1997. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the 2nd Johannesburg Biennale, Johannesburg, 1997. Exhibitions curated by Okwui Enwezor & Octavio Zaya, Colin Richards, Gerardo Mosquera, Kellie Jones, Hou Hanru, Yu Yeon Kim. Essays by Francesco Bonami, Pedrag Finci, Jean Fisher, Paul Gilroy, Ashraf Jamal, Clive Kellner, David Koloane, Vasif Kortun, Julia Kristeva, Hannah le Roux, Olu Oguibe, Ivor Powell & Saskia Sassen. Includes work by William Kentridge, Stephen Hobbs, Berni Searle, Veliswa Gwintsa, Willem Boshoff, Sandile Zulu, Tracey Rose, Johannes Phokela, Moshekwa Langa, Angela Ferreira, Sue Williamson, Penny Siopis, Jo Ractliffe, António Ole, Zwelethu Mthetwa, Santu Mofokeng, Vivienne Koorland, Andries Botha, Pat Mautloa, Wayne Barker, and many others.
Gazenberg (C.) ed. AMPERSAND, ein dialog zietgenossischer kunst aus Sudafrika & der Daimler Kunst Sammlung/a dialogue between contemporary art from South Africa & the Daimler Art Collection
127 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Munich, 2010. OUT OF STOCK
Published on the occassion of the exhibition, Daimler Contemporary, Postdamer Platz Berlin, 2010.

Contributions include:
"South African art's journey to the international stage - a personal perspective" by Renate Wiehager
"'and per se and' - the ampersand, its origins and background" by Chrisitan Ganzenberg
"The End of the Rainbow..." by Marilyn Martin
"Meditation on South African Culture and Identity Politics" by Sandile Ngidi
"Topologies and Archaeology" by Sean O'Toole.

Artists include Zander Blom, Dineo Bopape, Willem Boshoff, Kay Hassan, Nicholas Hlobo, Abrie Fourie, Michael MacGarry, Nandipha Mntambo, Athi-Patra Ruga, Mikhael Subotzky, Nontsikelelo Veleko, Sue WIlliamson, and Robin Rhode.
Text in English & German.
Ginsburg (J.) et al OFF THE WALL, an 80th birthday celebration with Linda Givon
105pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2016. R640
Published on the occasion of the exhibition of Linda Givon's private art collection, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, 2016.

Contributions include:
"All Done Unsaid" by Josh Ginsburg and James Webb
"Off the Wall: an 80th birthday celebration with Linda Givon" by Julia Charlton and Fiona Rankin-Smith
"Memories and Mislaid Moments" by Linda Givon
"An Emissary for Change" by Sean O'Toole
"Queen Asteroa" by Melissa Goba.

Includes works by William Kentridge, David Goldblatt, Santu Mofokeng, Dumile Feni, Kendell Geers, Mikhael Subotzky, Robert Hodgins, Moshekwa Langa, and Johannes Segogela.

Linda Givon (née Goodman) founded the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg in 1966. Artists she represented included Dumile Feni, Norman Catherine, Ezrom Legae, Sydney Kumalo, Cecil Skotnes, William Kentridge, David Goldblatt, Willie Bester, Penny Siopis and Robert Hodgins. She sold the gallery in 2008.
Gordimer (Nadine) THE ULTIMATE SAFARI, with original hand-printed lithographs by Aletah Masuku, Alsetah Manthosi and Dorah Ngomane
44 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., buckram covered boards with paper title labels on front and spine, slipcase, one of an edition limited to 100 copies signed by the author, Johannesburg, 2001. R5500
Nadine Gordimer's short story about Mozambican refugees is illustrated by three women who walked across the border from Mozambique to South Africa in the 1980s.
The plates were drawn in the village of Welverdiend near the Orpen Gate of the Kruger National Park, where the artists live. They were made during a two week workshop in 1995. The women do not normally work as artists. They earn what money they can as seasonal labourers on nearby farms, and were new to the lithographic printing process and the making of images on paper.
Each illustration is signed by the artist. Proofing and hand-printing of the images was later carries out by Mark Atwood, Joseph Legate and Peter Sekole at The Artists Press, Johannesburg.The books were hand-bound by Peter Carstens. Book design and layout by The Artists Press.
Grunebaum (H.) & Maurice (E.) eds. UNCONTAINED, opening the Community Arts Project archive
240 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. R310
In 2008 The Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) at the University of the Western Cape acquired the Community Arts Project (CAP) archive. This book is the result of a writing project on the CAP print collection from the archive, and accompanies the exhibition at Art.b Gallery, Belville Library Centre, 9May - 18 June 2012.

The Community Art Project was established in 1977 and became strongly associated with the intensified political struggles on the Cape Flats. It adopted a non-sectarian political stance and aimed to provide accomodation, facilities and training in the arts especially to artists and learners marginalised under apartheid.

"Authors were invited to engage their own intellectual, aesthetic and political concerns through a 'conversation' with the artworks, and to tease out the narrative complexities and philosphical commentaries activated by the prints." from the back cover

Contributors include Andries Walter Oliphant, Patricia Hayes, Mike van Graan, Wendy Woodward, Mbongiseni Buthelezi, Jane Taylor, Rustum Kozain, Lionel Davis, Ben Cousins, David Bunn, and Suren Pillay.
Hecker (J.B.) WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, TRACE, prints from The Museum of Modern Art
75 pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 2010. OUT OF PRINT
Published to accompany the exhibition, "William Kentridge: Five Themes", The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2010.

The book is a catalogue of the museum's collection of nearly fifty of Kentridge's prints and books as well as being an artist's book itself. William Kentridge worked closely with Judith Hecker on the project and created a series of new drawings for the book, which appear throughout on translucent pages and on the cover.
Hobbs (P.) & Rankin (E.) LISTENING TO DISTANT THUNDER, the art of Peter Clarke
221 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Cape Town, (2011) 2014. R750
Reprint of the catalogue of the exhibition of paintings, prints and mixed-media works, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2011.

Peter Clarke was born in Simon's Town in 1929. In 1956 he left his job in the Simon's Town Dockyard to devote himself to his art. In the early 1960s he spent brief periods at Michaelis School of Art and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. In the late 1960s his family were forcibly removed to the township of Ocean View and Peter Clarke's work began to reflect the social disrpution of the Cape Flats. He was awarded the South African Order of Ikhamanga (silver) in 2005..

Philippa Hobbs is currently curator of the MTN Art Collection. She is also a Research Fellow of the University of Johannesburg: Visual Identities in Art and Design.
Elizabeth Rankin is currently Professor of Art History at the University of Auckland, after many years at the University of the Witwatersrand.
71 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2010. OUT OF PRINT
"Anton Kannemeyer's 'Alphabet of Democracy' is an illustrated A to Z guide to the absurdities of life in the democratic South Africa. Kannemeyer subverts the myth of the 'rainbow nation' with acute humour and critique, dissecting the issues, events and personalities that confound the country in this series of satirical drawings and prints." from inside front cover

Foreword by Andy Mason.

"The beauty of Kannemeyer's work is the jarringly funny contrast between its cheerful, seemingly innocent style and its reflection of the hideous underbelly of South African politics and society. Ken Johnson, The New York Times

Anton Kannemeyer AKA Joe Dog, founded Bitterkomix together with Conrad Botes in 1992. Previous books include "Pappa in Afrika" (2010), "The Big Bad Bitterkomix Handbook" (2006), and the anthology "Bitterkomix" (2009).

Krauss (R.), Malbert (R.) & McCrickard (K.) A UNIVERSAL ARCHIVE, William Kentridge as printmaker
143 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, London, 2012. R550
Published on the occasion of the Hayward Touring exhibition which opened at The Bluecoat, Liverpool, in December 2012.

Includes the essays, "William Kentridge: printmaker" by Roger Malbert and "The Other Side of the Press" by Rosalind Krauss, and William Kentridge and Kate McCrickard in conversation.
Law-Viljoen (B.) et. al. ART AND JUSTICE, the art of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
203 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
A companion volume to "Light on a Hill: building the Constitutional Court of South Africa". This book focuses on the public art collection displayed in the Court, explains the connection between the art and the architecture of the Court and explores the relationship between art and justice.

Foreword by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Essays include ""Art and Freedom" by Justice Albie Sachs,
"Art and Architecture" by architect Andrew Makin,
"Calling All Artists, Crafters and Designers" by architect Janina Masojada, and
"Art and Justice" by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen and Karel Nel.
Also included are comments by some of the artists whose works are included in the collection.
Martin (M.) & Dolby (J.) eds. ALBERT ADAMS, journey on a tightrope
119 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2008. R390
Catalogue of the retrospective exhibition, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town 2008.

Painter and printmaker Arthur Albert Hugh Adams was born in Johannesburg in 1929. Forbidden to study at the Michaelis School of Fine Art because of the policy of "seperate development", he was awarded a scholarship to the Slade School of Art in London where he studied from 1953 to 1956. In 1957 he enrolled for a course study at the Munich Academy of Arts and later that year attended master classes under Oscar Kokoschka. In the late 1950s he returned to Cape Town and exhibited extensively until 1960 when he left South Africa to settle in London. He taught at various secondary schools and lectured in art history at the City University for 18 years. He died in 2006.

Contributions include "Portrait of a Friendship - words for Albert Adams" by Peter Clarke,
"'Resurrected: the 'Crucified Dark Man'"by Elza Miles,
"Beloved Comforter: Albert Adams as a printmaker - an appreciation" by Joe Dolby,
"'The task of the artist is to see' (Oscar Kokoshka)" by Marilyn Martin, and
"'The Burden of Humanity on His Back: Albert Adams' lifelong struggle'" by Crain Soudien.

McInnes (J.) & Mboweni (M.) curators DOMESTIC, Jodi Bieber, Reshma Chhiba, Hannelie Coetzee, Penny George, Gabrielle Goliath, Nadine Hutton, Alison Kearney, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi, Diane Victor
47 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, (Johannesburg), 2009. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Goethe-on-Main, Johannesburg, 2009.

Curators Jacki McInnes and Melissa Mboweni approached a group of South African women artists and invited them to "engage in a dialogue, real or metaphorical, with another woman, or group of women, who is in some way affected by the scenario of domestic violence." from their foreword

This body of work was exhibited in conjunction with National Women's Day, 9th August 2009.

Includes the essay, "Domestic: fragments for discussion" by Jacki McInnes and Melissa Mboweni, and comments on their work by the artists.
Meintjes(J.) & Maree (I.) comps. HATS OFF!, 25 Years: Linocuts from Caversham
15 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2010. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, Tokara, a wine estate between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek, 2010.

This exhibition celebrates twenty-five years of Caversham Press, Educational Trust and Centre for Artists and Writers in the Natal Midlands, run by master printer Malcolm Christian and his wife, Ros. Includes work by Andrew Verster, Robert Hodgins, Colbert Mashile, William Kentridge, Peter Clarke, and Penny Siopis.
Michaelis School of Fine Art GRADUATE EXHIBITION, 2015
237pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2015. R560
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town, 2015.
Michaelis School of Fine Art GRADUATE EXHIBITION 2008,
173 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town, 2008.

Preface by Stephen Inggs.

Work produced by final year undergraduate and postgraduate students at Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town.
Miles (E.) AN INVINCIBLE SPIRIT, Albert Adams and his art
176pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2019. R870
Published to coincide with the exhibition Albert Adams - an invincible spirit, Wits Art Museum, Johannesburg, 2019.

Albert Adams (1929-2006) was born in Johannesburg and at the age of four moved to Cape Town with his mother and sister. Denied entrance to the Michaelis School of Fine Art because of the colour of his skin, he applied for and was awarded a scholarship to study at the Slade School of Art in London (1953-1956). Thereafter he studied at the Munich Academy of Arts and attended master classes at Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Salzburg. On his return to Cape Town he exhibited widely and was chosen to represent South Africa in international exhibitions but in 1960 he left South Africa to permanently settle in London. He taught at schools in the East End until 1979 when he was appointed to the staff of the City University, where he lectured in art history for 18 years.

Elza Miles is the author of Lifeline out of Africa – the art of Ernest Mancoba (winner of the Recht Malan Prize and the Old Mutual Literary Award); Land and Lives – the story of early African artists; The World of Jean Welz; Nomfanekiso who paints at night – the art of Gladys Mgudlandlu and Polly Street – the story of an Art Centre.

The drawing shown here is Red Figure (1999).
Morris (R.C.) CLIVE VAN DEN BERG, unlearning the grounds of art
79 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2011. R
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "Soundings, In Passage", Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, 2011.

Artist, curator, and designer Clive van den Berg was born in Zambia in 1956, and lives and works in Johannesburg. He completed a residency at Columbia in 2009 and spent time working in Washington and New York after being awarded the 2010 Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship.

Writer, cultural critic and scholar Rosalind Morris is a professor at Columbia University. She has written several catalogues on Clive van den Berg.
Mutamba (Y.) & Ngcobo (G.) curators & eds. A LABOUR OF LOVE,
pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Berlin, 2016. R1400
Published to accompany the exhibition, Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt am Main, 2015-2016.

The museum's collection of South African art was purchased in South Africa by Rev Hans Blum in 1986. Includes essays by Yvette Mutumba, Gabi Ngcobo, Ciraj Rassool, Same Mdluli, Neo Muyunga, Chad Cordeiro, and Matshelane Xhakaza, and conversations with Sam Nhlengethwa, Peter Clarke, David Koloane, LIonel Davis and Charles Nkosi.

Text in English and German.
Naurattel (C.) & Willemse (E.) eds. LOOKING BACK WHILE MOVING FORWARDS, North-West University art collection
174 pp., oblong to., colour illus., hardback, Potchefstroom, 2013. R420
The catalogue of the North-West University (previously Potchefstroom University) art collection, established over the course of eighty years. Includes work by Maud Sumner, Frans Oerder, Pippa Skotnes, Gregoire Boonzaier, Maggie Laubser, Jackson Hlungwani, Edoardo Villa, Christo Coetzee, Bettie Cilliers-Barnard, Judith Mason-Attwood, Maud Sumner, Walter Battiss, Sam Nhlengethwa, Claudette Schreuders, Marco Cianfanelli, and many others.

Essays include:
"Legacy of a Settler Sublime: landscape as cultural metaphor in selected artworks from the North-West University Art Collection" by Richardt Strydom
"Christo Coetzee: Suid-Afrika se voorste 'avant-garde' kunstenaar" by John Botha
"Walter Battiss" by Nicholas Allen
"'n Narratiewe Luister na Philamon Hlungwani se 'Hihanya hi matimba' (2005)" by Elani Willemse.

Text in English and Afrikaans.
Perryer (S.) ed. 10 YEARS 100 ARTISTS, art in a democratic South Africa
447 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2004. OUT OF PRINT
Fifteen writer/curators were asked to draw up a list of fifteen "top" artists that they would like to see included in a book focusing on "the cutting edge of comtemporary art production today, as informed by and shaped during the past 10 years of South Africa's emergence into the global art scene". Each writer was then allocated six or seven artists and asked to motivate their selections. "Most writers were keen to emphasise that the resulting list did not claim to represent 'the top hundred artists, but rather a selection that reflected multiple viewpoints and priorities, providing a broader view of contemporary production that seen before."

The fifteen writers are Emma Bedford, David Brodie, Thembinkosi Goniwe, Khwezi Gule, Sharlene Khan, David Koloane, Andrew Lampbrecht, Moleleki Frank Ledimo, Virginia MacKenny, Sipho Mdanda, Tumelo Mosaka, Tracy Murinik, Colin Richards, Kathryn Smith and Sue Williamson.

Artists selected include Jane Alexander, Bridget Baker, Bongi Bengu, Willie Bester, Willem Boshoff, Conrad Botes, Wim Botha, Kevin Brand, Lisa Brice, Peter Clarke, Steven Cohen, Marlene Dumas, Kendell Geers, David Goldblatt, Thembinkosi Goniwe, Kay Hassan, Stephen Hobbs, Robert Hodgins, William Kentridge, David Koloane, Dorothee Kreutzeldt, Terry Kurgan, Moshekwa Langa, Churchill Madikida, Noria Mabasa, Langa Magwa, Thando Mama, Senzeni Marasela, Kagiso Pat Mautloa, Santu Mofokeng, Samson Mudzunga, Brett Murray, Sam Nhlengetthwa, Vuyisa Nyamende, Sophie Peters, Johannes Phokela, Jo Ractliffe, Robin Rhode, Tracey Rose, Roderick Sauls, Claudette Schreuders, Berni Searle, Usha Seejarim, Durant Sihlali, Penny Siopis, Doreen Southwood, Guy Tillim, Clive van den Berg, Minnette Varí, Jeremy Wafer, Sue Williamson, Ed Young, Sandile Zulu, and many more.
Pissarra (M.) ed. AWAKENINGS, the art of Lionel Davis
223pp, 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2017. R495
A monograph on Cape Town artist Lionel Davis, published on the occasion of "Gathering Strands", Davis' retrospective exhibition at the Iziko South African National Gallery.

Includes contributions by Premesh Lalu, Elisabeth Rankin and Philippa Hobbs, Thembinkosi Goniwe, Bridget Thompson, Lionel Davis, amongst others.

Lionel Davis was born in District Six in 1936. A member of the National Liberation Front, he was arrested in 1964 and sentenced to seven years on Robben Island for conspiring to commit acts of sabotage. After his release, he was placed under house arrest for five years. He studied art at the Community Arts Project (CAP) and the Evangelical Art and Craft Centre at Rorke’s Drift and completed a MA in Fine Art with the University of Cape Town. He has taught at the Community Arts Project (CAP), participated in the Triangle Workshop in New York City and the Thupelo Workshop in Johannesburg, worked as a part-time art educator at the South African National Art Gallery abd as educational coordinator for the Robben Island Museum.
Posterbook Collective & South African History Archive (comp.) IMAGES OF DEFIANCE, South African resistance posters of the 1980s
181 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (1991) 2004. R410
The posters reproduced in this book "were produced by ordinary members of community-based organisations during the 1980s...Most of the posters are the result of a collective process - conceived within the context of an organisation or group, sometimes discussed at length, drawn by one person or even several people working together...Many of...the people who worked on the posters were operating underground, or did not want their names or political affiliations publicised; some of those who were better known were harassed and detained...many of the posters were banned almost upon their first appearance...".

"Images of Defiance" was first published by Ravan Press in 1991.
Proud (H.) curator & ed. REVISIONS, expanding the narrative of South African art, the Campbell Smith Collection
360 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Pretoria, 2006. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, Iziko SA National Gallery, Cape Town, 2006.

"'Revisions: expanding the narrative of South African art' forms a sequel to 'The Neglected Tradition' exhibition of 1988...[and] restores the visibility of a host of marginalised and under-represented South African artists...The works...that appear in this book date from the 1920s to 2005."

Artists include Omar Badsha, Willie Bester, Gerard Bhengu, Gregoire Boonzaier, Irma Stern, Peter Clarke, Dumile Feni, Jackson Hlungwani, Sydney Kumalo, Maggie Laubser, Noria Mabasa, Azaria Mbatha, Gladys Mgudlandlu, Tommy Motswai, John Muafangejo, George Pemba, Alexis Preller, Johannes Segogela, Gerard Sekoto, Duratn Sihlali, Cecil Skotnes, Maurice Van Essche, Manfred Zylla, and many others.

Includes the essays "The Collection as the Image of the Collector" by Hayden Proud, "The Possibility of Tradition" by Ivor Powell, "Coming Through the Night" by Elza Miles, "From Bhengu to Makhoba: tradition and modernity in the work of black artists from Kwazulu-Natal in the Cambell Smith Collection" by Mzuzile Mduduzi Xakaza & "Cast in Colour? towards an inclusive South African art" by Mario Pissarra.
Quaresma (J.) et al curators RHINOS ARE COMING, simultaneous exhibitions of printmaking & printmaking installation, Brasil, Poland, Portugal & South Africa
192pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Lisbon, 2014. R400
This art project, initiated in celebration of Albrecht Dürer's 1515 engraving of a rhinoceros, "Ganda, the Rhino brought from India", brings together 40 artists from 3 continents, as well as experts in the fields of history and science, around the aesthetic, historic and diplomatic significance of the rhinoceros GANDA, a gift to King Manuel I of Portugal.

Contributions include:
"Surface, Depth, Marking: Rhinoceros as matrix" by Fritha Langerman
"Mutant Rhinos, Fragments Variables" by Helena Kanaan
"Unfolded Images: notes about printmaking in contemporaneity" by Maristela Salvatori
"The Iconography of Dürer's Rhinoceros" by Francisco Marshall
"Rare Animals in Art: imagination and reality" by Maria Amélia Bulhões.

Includes the catalogues of the different exhibitions held in Brazil, Poland, Portugal and South Africa in 2014. The South African exhibition was held at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, and curated by Fritha Langerman. Artists included Stephen Inggs, Virginia MacKenny, Katherine Bull and Fritha Langerman.

Text in Portuguese and English.
Saunders (G.) & Whitley (Z.) IN BLACK AND WHITE, prints from Africa and the diaspora
127pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, London, 2013. R425
Gill Saunders and Zoe Whiteley take a selection of prints and posters by artists from Africa and the African diaspora and explore "their role as a medium for social and political commentary, and as graphic expressions of personal identity, history and memory". from the back cover

Includes work by Gavin Jantjes, Louis Maqhubela, William Kentridge, John Muafangejo, Conrad Botes and Sue Williamson from South Africa and Thamae Setshogo from Botswana.
Savage (P.) ed. MAKING ART IN AFRICA, 1960-2010
304pp., 4to, b/w & colour illus., map, hardback, Farnham & Burlington, 2014. R1125
Sixty African artists and curators answer the question, "What does it mean to work as an artist in Africa?" by focusing on one of their artworks. Artists include Louis Maqhubela, David Koloane, Sam Nhlengethwa, Kagiso Pat Mautloa, Johannes Phokela, Willem Boshoff, William Kentridge, Jackson Hlungwani, Penny Siopis, Claudette Schreuders, Jane Alexander, and Lionel Davis from South Africa, Tapfuma Gutsa and Thomas Mukarobgwa from Zimbabwe, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya and Reinata Sadhimba Passema from Mozambique, John Muanfangejo and Dias Machate from Namibia, and Cg'ose Ntcox'o from Botswana.

Foreword by Anthony Caro and essays by Polly Savage, Robert Loder and John Picton.

Polly Savage teaches History of Art and Archaeology at SOAS, University of London.
Skawran (K.) curator WALTER BATTISS, gentle anarchist, a retrospective exhibition of the works by Walter Whall Battiss (1906 - 1982)
204 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2005. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2005.

Includes oils, watercolours, screenprints, woodcuts, lithographs, sketches & tapestries.

Foreword by Linda Givon. Introduction by Karin Skawran. Essays include "Modernity and Aspects of Africa in the Art of Walter Battiss" by Andries Oliphant, "Light, Space and Time: a selection from the writings of Walter Battiss" by Walter Saunders, "Battiss's Eloquent Vocabulary with Pen and Brush" by Alan Crump, "Building Bridges and Making Journeys: Battiss and Rorke's Drift" by Philippa Hobbs, "Walter Battiss - universal traveller" by Frieda Harmsen, "Walter Battiss and Fook Island, an interview: Karin Skawran and Norman Catherine", "The Sexual Banter of the Jester-King of Fook" by André Croucamp, "An Accidental Situationist, or, What Happened When Battiss Thought Out Loud" by Kathryn Smith & "Remembering Battiss" by Karin Skawran.
Skotnes (P.) et. al. CURIOSITY CLXXV, a paper cabinet, curating exhibitions at the University of Cape Town
192 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2004. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue to accompany an exhibition produced to celebrate the University of Cape Town's 175th anniversary curated by Pippa Skotnes, Gwen van Embden and Fritha Langerman, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, 2004.

The curators collected objects from academics' offices, storerooms, and libraries and organized them into cabinets that represent the various activities that characterise a university. Also included in the exhibition are an assembly of cases created by artists who have, or have had a connection with the university and a series of four works created by the three curators.

Photographs by Stephen Inggs. Texts by Patricia Davison, David Chidester, Brenda Cooper, David Brown, Gavin Younge, Andrew Lampbrecht, Martin Hall, Christopher Peter and Malcolm Payne, amongst others. Poems by Ingrid de Kock, Joan Hambidge and Stephen Watson.
159 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg & Iowa, 2006. OUT OF PRINT
Published to coincide with the travelling exhibition that opened at the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Iowa, 2004.

Introduction by David Krut. Includes the essay "Resistance and Ground: the prints of William Kentridge" by Susan Stewart, and William Kentridge's comments on the prints.
The Michaelis School of Fine Art GRADUATE EXHIBITION, 2010
252 pp., colour illus., paperback , Cape Town, 2010. R177
Catalogue of the exhibition of work by Bachelor of Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma of Art graduates, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, 2010.

Preface by Stephen Inggs.
Includes the essays:
"Re-making" by Virginia MacKenny and Carine Saayman
"The Comma, or, a Moment of Great Significance" by Linda Stupart.
van Wyk (G.) ed. A DECADE OF DEMOCRACY, witnessing South Africa
82 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, (Boston), 2004. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition curated by Tumelo Mosaka which opened in Boston, USA in 2004.
Artists include Frith Langerman, Bongi Bengu, Fanie Jason, Roderick Sauls and Thando Mama, amongst others.

Essays include "!Ke e Ixara IIke: South African art under the sign of freedom" by Andries Walter Oliphant, "Our Giftedness" by Colin Richards, "Traversing and Transcending Spaces: the roles of the Artists' Workshop and the Collective Studio in contemporary South African art" by David Koloane, "On Secrets and Lies: embodying the past/ envisaging the future" by Annie E.Coombes, and more.
71 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2010. R150
A book on Deborah Bell's collaborations with various artists and master printers, including Robert Hodgins, William Kentridge, Phil Sanders from the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop in New York, Jack Shirreff from 107 Workshop in England and Jillian Ross at David Krut Print Workshop in Johannesburg.
159 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Reprint, Cape Town, (1989) 2004. OUT OF PRINT
Reprint of what has become one of the standard reference books focusing on South African art produced between 1976 and 1989.

Foreword by Desmond Tutu.
Includes work by Azaria Mbatha, John Muafangejo, Penny Siopis, Brett Murray, William Kentridge, Helen Sebidi, Jane Alexander, Noria Mabasa, Robert Hodgins, Jeremy Wafer, Clive van den Berg, Sam Nhlengethwa, Gavin Younge, Kendell Geers, Sue Williamson, Kevin Brand, Norman Catherine, Andries Botha, Beezy Bailey, Tito Zungu, and many others.
Also includes sections on murals, peace parks, posters, t-shirts and grafitti.
319 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 2009. OUT OF PRINT
Foreword by Nadine Gordimer.
Appreciation by Elton John.

This book documents the work of nearly one hundred South African artists working in every medium from painting and sculpture to video and performance art over the last 40 years. Lavishly illustrated with biographical information on each artist.

Includes the essays "'Better Lives', Marginal Selves: framing the current reception of contemporary South African art" by Okwui Enwezor, and "Art and Life in South Africa 1968 to 2008" by Sue Williamson.
[Kries (M.) & Klein (A.) eds.] MAKING AFRICA, a continent of contemporary design
345pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Weil um Rhein, 2015. R1990
Published on the occasion of the travelling exhibiton which opened at the Vitra Design Museum, Weil um Rhein, Germany, in 2015.

"This is a book about the future of Africa and about a new, more open way of understanding design - which means it is also a book about what design can achieve in the 21st century." from the back cover

"Includes the work of over 120 "protagonists of Africa's new creative epoch", including Hannes Barnard, Ian Berry, Jody Brand, Justin Dingwall, Dokter and Misses, Egg Design, Larita Engelbrecht, Harron Gunn-Salie, Porky Hefer, Stephen Hobbs, Imiso Ceramics, Anton Kannemeyer, Michael MacGarry, Phetogo Tshepo Mahasha, Sabelo Mlangeni, Lucinda Mudge, Zanele Muholi, Marcus Neustetter, Jamal Nxedlana, Justin Plunkett, Kabelo Ramasobane, Robin Rhode, Athi-Patra Ruga, Chris Saunders, Gareth Steele, Mikhael Subotzky, Guy Tillim, Siya Ngcobo alias Umlilo, and Leanie van der Vyver from South Africa, Kudzanai Chiurai, Saki Mafundikwa and Sinjdiso Nyoni from Zimbabwe, Martin Joel from Botswana, Kiluanji Kia Henda and Isabel Martins from Angola, and Goncalo Mabunda and Mario Macilau from Mozambique