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AIDA MULUNEH, The World is 9
74pp., colour illus., paperback, Third Edition, Johannesburg, No Date. R235
Includes the essay, "A Stronger Light" by Lemn Sessay.

Photographer Aida Muluneh was born in Ethiopia in 1974 and has lived around the world. She is the recipient of the 2007 European Union Prize in the Rencontres Africaines de la Photographie, in Bamako, Mali, as well as the 2010 CRAF Award for Photography in Spilimbergo, Italy. She is the founder and director of the Addis Foto Fest in Ethiopia, and curates and develops cultural projects through her company DESTA (Developing and Educating Society Through Art) in Addis Ababa.
AKONA KENQU, Society
23 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R95
Akona Kenqu was the recipient of the 2012 Women in Photography Mentorship at the Market Photo Workshop. This mentorship was created in 2011 to give a woman photographer a grant and mentor's guidance to produce a body of work. Akona's mentor was Nadine Hutton. The body of work presented in this catalogue focuses on a group of Soweto-based skateboarders known as SSS Skate Society Soweto.

Includes the essay, "Society", by Akona Kenqu.
ANDREW TSHABANGU, Footprints, edited by Thembinkosi Goniwe
201pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2017. R650
Published to coincide with the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2017.

Foreword by Thulani Gcabashe. Preface by Mongane Wally Serote.

Contributions include:
"The 'Hidden Political Significance' of Andrew Tshabangu's 'Hostel Interiors'" by Ashraf Jamal
"Dreaming of Transcendence: Andrew Tshabangu's photography" by M. Neelika Jayawardane
"Anecdotes Of That Which Is So Visible It Cannot be Seen: on the supernatural in Andrew Tshabangu's work" by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung
"'No Hawkers': signs taken for Johannesburg" by Hlonipa Mokoena
"The Value of Andrew Tshabangu's Photography" by Simon Njami
"Andrew Tshabangu's City" by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen
"Incomparable: the art of Andrew Tshabangu in context" by Michael Godby

Andrew Tshabangu has been making photographs for over twenty years. He was born in 1966 in Johannesburg, where he currently lives and works.
ANTON KARSTEL, paintings and photographic installations (1989-2009)
183pp., colour illus., paperback, Stellenbosch, 2009. OUT OF STOCK
Published to coincide with the exhibition, SMAC Art Gallery, Stellenbosch, 2009.

Contributions include:
"Foreword" by Andrew Lamprecht
"Meaty Heads and the Disciplining of Bodies" by Christi van der Westhuizen
"Anton Karstel's Conventional Paintings in Contemporary South African Art" by Thembinkosi Goniwe


Anton Karstel was born in 1968 in Pretoria. He lives and works in Cape Town.
BILLY MONK,
83 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Stockport, 2011. R900
A monograph on legendary photographer Billy Monk.

Contributions include:
"The Spirit of Billy Monk", by David Goldblatt
"The Seedy Eye of the Sixties" by Jac de Villiers
"'Now you've gone 'n killed me...'" by Lin Sampson.

Billy Monk was born in 1937. He worked as a bouncer at Les Catacombs, a nightclub in Long Street, Cape Town, in the late 1960s, where most of his photographs were taken. Later he moved to the West Coast. He died in 1982.
CANDICE BREITZ, Love Story
143pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Bielefeld, 2016. R1095
Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Candice Breitz: Ponderosa, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, 2016.

Includes the essays:
"We Are the Others. On Candice Breitz's Love Story" by Sven Beckstette
"After Mass Culture" by Erica Balsom
"Frontal Plane, contradiction and complexity in the art of Candice Breitz" by Tom Holert.

Text in English and German.

Candice Breitz was born in Johannesburg in 1972. She currently lives in Berlin, and has been a tenured professor at the Braunschweig University of Art since 2007. She is representing South Africa at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017, together with Mohau Modisakeng.
CANDICE BREITZ, Extra!
112 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., paperback, (Johannesburg), 2012. R450
Published in conjunction with the exhibition of photographs and multi-channel video installations, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, and Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, 2012.

In "Extra" Candice Breitz insinuates herself into scenes from "Generations", a weekly drama broadcast on SABCTV. The publication also includes the installation "Mother + Father" and the series of double portraits, "Factum".

Includes the essays:
"An Unmistakably White Question Mark" by Sean O'Toole
"Extra: Mfundi Vundla in Conversation with Candice Breitz".

Candice Breitz was born in Johannesburg in 1972. Since 2002 she has lived and worked in Berlin. She is Professor of Fine Art at the Braunschweig University of Art.
CARLA LIESCHING, Nihiliphobia (Expeditions into the Unknown #1-15)
60 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2014. R100
Catalogue of the exhibition of photographs, Brundyn+ gallery, Cape Town, 2014.

Includes the essay:
"Diving Past the Wreck: what language will we speak in the abyss?" by Genna Gardini
"The Site of Loss, a transcription of a conversation between Kate Arthur, Jacqueline Nurse and Carla Liesching".

Carla Liesching was born in 1985 in Cape Town.
DAVID CHANCELLOR, Hunters
210 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Amsterdam, 2012. R899
In this series of photographs David Chancellor documents hunting tourism in the game parks of southern Africa.

Includes an essay, "And the Hunt Goes On..." by Bill Kouwenhoven.

Documentary photographer David Chancellor was born in England and lives and works in South Africa. He has been named Nikon Photographer of the Year three times, and received a World Press Photo award in 2010 for "Elephant Story" from the "Hunters" series. In 2010 he also won the Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize with "Huntress with Buck", also from the "Hunters" series.
DAVID LURIE, Undercity, the other Cape Town
144pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Berlin, 2017. R1185
A collection of photographs taken in the early morning light, mostly when no-one was present. The series "Morning After Dark" looks at structures and infrastructures in the formal and informal parts of Cape Town". The series, "Writing the City", is a photo-essay on the placards, banners, billboards, posters, street signs and graffiti around Cape Town.

Includes text by Albie Sachs and David Lurie.

David Lurie was born in 1951 and lives and works in Cape Town.
DAVID LURIE, Daylight Ghosts - history, myth, memory
70pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Berlin, 2018. R830
A collection of photographs produced during David Lurie's residency, June - July 2015, at Nirox Foundation, Cradle of Humankind, Gauteng.

David Lurie was born in 1951 and lives and works in Cape Town. He is the recipient of several awards including Pictures of the Year International and the World Understanding Award for Cape Town Fringe: Manenberg Avenue is where it's happening.
DAVID LURIE, Encounters at the Edge
51 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibitions of photographs, Erdmann Contemporary, Cape Town, 2012.

Includes the essays:
"On the Periphery" by Jo Noero
"Encounters at the Edge" by David Lurie.

Self-taught photographer David Lurie was born in 1951 in Cape Town. He began doing documentary projects part-time in 1990 and full-time in 1995. He lives and works in Cape Town and London.
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.
FNB JOBURG ART FAIR 2014, 22 - 24 August 2014, Sandton Convention Centre
111 pp., colour & b/w illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the 2014 Joburg Art Fair, Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

Artists exhibited include Portia Zvavahera, Johannes Phokela, Joni Brenner, Robert Slingsby, Ledelle Moe, and Mikhael Subotsky and Patrick Waterhouse.

Galleries exhibiting include Goodman Gallery, Stevenson, Whatiftheworld Gallery, SMAC Art Gallery, Gallery AOP, Brundyn+, Blank Projects, Commune.1, Gallery MOMO and Everard Read Gallery.
GABRIELLE GUY, Part 1
23pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019. R175
The first in Gabrielle Guy's series of photo books. Once the series is complete they will read as one large book. Includes four reproduced drawings in the centrefold.

Gabrielle Guy is an art book designer and visual artist based in Cape Town. She has designed artist monographs and photo books for Nicholas Hlobo, Wim Botha, Pieter Hugo, Sabelo Mlangeni, Zanele Muholi, Igshaan Adams, Claudette Schreuders, Jo Ractliffe, Penny Siopis and Guy Tillim, amongst others. She is a former art director of Art South Africa magazine (2003-2005). She designed and continues to manage Stevenson gallery's corporate identity. In December 2017 she held her first exhibition of photographs and drawings, A-series, at blank lab in Cape Town.
GABRIELLE GUY, Part 2
47pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019. R175
The second in Gabrielle Guy's series of photo books. Once the series is complete they will read as one large book. Includes four reproduced drawings in the centrefold.

Gabrielle Guy is an art book designer and visual artist based in Cape Town. She has designed artist monographs and photo books for Nicholas Hlobo, Wim Botha, Pieter Hugo, Sabelo Mlangeni, Zanele Muholi, Igshaan Adams, Claudette Schreuders, Jo Ractliffe, Penny Siopis and Guy Tillim, amongst others. She is a former art director of Art South Africa magazine (2003-2005). She designed and continues to manage Stevenson gallery's corporate identity. In December 2017 she held her first exhibition of photographs and drawings, A-series, at blank lab in Cape Town.
HASAN & HUSSEIN ESSOP, Remembrance
42pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, 2012.

Brothers Hasan and Hussein Essop were born in Cape Town. They have been collaborating since their graduation from the Michaelis School of Fine Arts in 2011. Hasan and Hussein were the winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art in 2014.
HASAN & HUSSEIN ESSOP, Unrest
70pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2014. R215
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition that opened at the National Arts Festival, Grahamstown, in July 2014.

Includes a foreword by Sue Williamson and the essay, "A Clash of Past, Present and Future", by Andrew Lamprecht.

Hasan and Husain Essop were the winners of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art in 2014.
IN THE SHADOW OF THE RAINBOW, FNB Joburg Art Fair 2013
103 pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2013. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Johans Borman Fine Art at the 2013 FNB Joburg Art Fair.

Foreword by Johans Borman. Includes paintings by Gerard Sekoto, George Pemba, Ephraim Ngatane, and Richard Mudariki, photographs by Jurgen Schadeberg, David Goldblatt, and Guy Tillim, sculpture by Dumile Feni, Ezrom Legae, Sydney Kumalo, and David Brown, and drawings by William Kentridge.
INSIDE OUT, photographs by Mark Lewis, words by Tanya Zack, book 3/10, Wake up, this is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
38pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. OUT OF PRINT
In "Wake up, this is Joburg" writer and urban planner Tanya Zack and photographer Mark Lewis tell the stories of ten ordinary, interesting, odd or outrageous inhabitants of Johannesburg. "Inside Out", the third book is the series, records the story of the informal traders and entrepreneurs who sell food and other commodities in Johannesburg's markets and across South Africa’s borders.

Text in English and French.
INVESTEC CAPE TOWN ART FAIR 2019, contemplating contemporary art from Africa and the world, catalogue
185pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019. R280
Galleries exhibiting include blank projects, Everard Read/ CIRCA Gallery, Gallery MOMO, Goodman Gallery, SMAC, Stevenson and WHATIFTHEWORLD.
JABULANI DHLAMINI, uMama, the 2011/2012 Edward Ruiz recipient at the Market Photo Workshop
35 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R95
In August 2011 Jabulani Dhlamini was selected as the recipient of the 2011/2012 Edward Ruiz Menstorship, a mentorship programme established at the Market Photo Workshop, in association with AngloGold Ashanti, to help launch the career of a promising photographer. The recipient is given the financial and infrastructural support necessary to develop a substantial body of work over the course of a year. They also have the opportunity to work closely with a suitable mentor. South African documentary photographer, Jodi Bieber, was selected as Jabulani's main mentor.

This catalogue presents Jabulani's project, which focused on mothers and grandmothers forced to raise children alone.

Includes the essay, "Swimming Against the Tide? South African single mothers' triumphs in a harsh socio-cultural landscape" by Relebohile Moletsane, and a statement by the photographer.
JANE ALEXANDER, PHOTO-BOOK, photomontages 1981-1995
111pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, New Edition, Cape Town, (1995) 2016. R375
Jane Alexander's PHOTO-BOOK was first published in 1995. Includes a revised and expanded version of the essay, "Of Beasts and Men", written by Anna Tietze in 1996 in response to the book.
JANE ALEXANDER, survey: Cape of Good Hope, 2005-9
110pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2015. R320
"' Survey: Cape of Good Hope' is one of a number of 'surveys', a document or a report in images rather than text: a contextual backdrop against which the origin of the sculpted figures can be considered. In this instance a series of manipulated photographs and photomontage images are combined in a sequence leading from rural areas of the Western Cape into the city of Cape Town. It is intended to evoke an impression based on observational and theoretical research rather than form a narrative, documentary essay or fixed interpretation of the landscape or history." Jane Alexander, from the book
JO RACTLIFFE, Everything is Everything
114pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2017. R800
Catalogue of the exhibition, Stevenson, Johannesburg, 2017.

The exhibition of previously unpublished images spanning about 25 years that explore the idea of the photograph 'without purpose'.

"Such a photograph might be one taken for no reason other than to expose the remaining frames in a roll of film after a photographic shoot, or to test the workings of a newly acquired camera. Or it might manifest itself spontaneously, by chance, while you’re on your way looking towards something else. In this way, a photograph without purpose might be seen as one that occurs through happenstance, rather than intentionality. But a photograph without purpose might also be one that asserts its own raison d’être, refusing to comply with the narrative or conceptual intentions of the larger body of work." Jo Ractliffe, from the Stevenson website

Jo Ractcliffe was born in 1961 in Cape Town and lives there. Her photo-books include "The Borderlands", "As Terras do Fim do Mundo" and "Terreno Ocupado".
KAY HASSAN, Urbanation
105 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
Published on the occassion of the mid-career exhibition, Johannesburg Art Gallery, 2008.

Foreword by Clive Kellner.

Contributions include ""A Visual Kind of Discourse" by Khwezi Gule,
"At the Centre of the Margin: Kay Hassan and the postmodern condition" by Ivor Powell,
"Working Notes: Kay Hassan's 'Dump', 'Bra Tom' and "Niggertives'" by Thembinkosi Goniwe,
"My Father's Music Room" by John Matshikiza,
"Soweto Blues" by Lesego Rampolokeng,
and Kay Hassan in conversation with Khwezi Gule.
LIEN BOTHA, Yonder
59 pp., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2014. OUT OF PRINT
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Barnard Gallery, Cape Town, 2014.

Includes the essays:
"Beyond What One Can See" by Virginia MacKenny
"Travelling with Borges & Baudelaire Through Botha's Worn Worlds" by Sonja Loots.
MACK MAGAGANE, ...in this city
24 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R95
This catalogue of photographs of Johannesburg by Mack Magagane is the product of the 2011/2012 Tirney Fellowship run at the Market Photo Workshop. The Tierney Fellowship was created in 2003 by The Tierney Family Foundation to support emerging artists in the field of photography. The recipient, Mack Magagane, was mentored by South African photographer Jo Ractliffe.

Includes the essay, "Elusive Moments" by Juan Orrantia, and a statement by the photographer.
MATT KAY, The Front, 2014 Tierney Fellow
32pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, (2015). OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition of photographs of Durban beaches, Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2015.

Matt Kay was born in 1985 and completed the Intermediate Course and Advanced Photography Programme at the Market Photo Workshop. Recipient of the 2014 Tierney Fellowship, he was mentored for a year by Market Photo Workshop founder David Goldblatt.
PERSONA,
164 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2011. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Johans Borman Fine Art, Cape Town, 2011.

Foreword by Johans Borman.

Includes paintings by George Pemba, Gerard Sekoto, Christo Coetzee, Maggie Laubser, Robert Hodgins, Cobus van Bosch, and Sanell Aggenbach, photographs by AM Duggan-Cronin, woodcarvings by Cecil Skotnes, etchings by William Kentridge, lithographs by Marlene Dumas, sculptures by David Brown, and ceramics by Hennie Meyer.
PHUMZILE KHANYILE, Plastic Crowns, 2015 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship Recipient
44pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R195
Catalogue of the exhibition, Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2017.

Phumzile Khanyile was born in Soweto. She studied at the Market Photo Workshop and in 2015 received the Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography.
PIETER HUGO, This Must Be the Place
227 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Munich, 2912. OUT OF PRINT
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "Pieter Hugo, This Must Be the Place, selected works 2003-2012" at The Hague Museum of Photography, The Hague, and Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2012.

Includes the essays:
"There's No Such Thing as a Happy Ending" by TJ Demos
"Beholder" by Aaron Schuman

Pieter Hugo was born in Johannesburg in 1976 and lives in Cape Town. His other books include "The Hyena and Other Men" and "Permanent Error".
PORTFOLIO 16, The Market Photo Workshop
24pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2016. R95
A catalogue of photographs produced by students who participated in the 2016 Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Programme at The Market Photo Workshop.
ROGER BALLEN, Resurrected/ Toinen tuleminen
127pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Bielefeld, 2016. R1100
The Resurrested House installation was on display in Serlachius Museum Gösta, Finland, as part of the exhibition, "Touching from a Distance", 2015.

Photographer and artist Roger Ballen was invited to transform a house deep in the Finnish forest. The whole building was then taken apart and reassembled in the museum.

The book documents the history and construction of the installation with photographs by Roger Ballen, and includes essays by Ville Lenkkeri, Elina Heikka, Riikka Ala-Harja, Sampo Linkoneva and Tarja Talvitie and Krister Grahn.

Text in English and Finnish.
ROGER BALLEN, HANS LEMMEN, Unleashed
140pp., b/w & colour illus., 4to., paperback, Bielefeld, 2017. R1100
Published to accompany the exhibition, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris, France, in 2017 and Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Netherlands, in 2018.

A collaboration between South African photographer Roger Ballen and Dutch draughtsman Hans Lemmen.

Includes texts by Jan-Philipp Fruehsorge, Claude d'Anthenaise and Stijn Huijts.

Text in English and French.
ROGER PALMER, Shanty
111 pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Portsmouth, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition of photographs, Aspex Visual Arts Trust, Portsmouth, 2008.

"'Shanty' includes fourteen black and white photographs made in Cuba, Egypt, Jamaica, Namibia, Panama, South Africa and the United States. These are selected from four solo exhibitions [in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Leeds and Portsmouth] (2006-2008). The photographs are presented here alongside documentation from the exhibitions, 'Shanty', 'Botany Bay' and 'Plume'." Roger Palmer

Foreword by Joanne Bushnell..
Also includes a conversation between Joanne Bushnell and Roger Palmer and the essay, "Nom de Plume" by Colin Richards.

Roger Palmer lives in Glasgow. He is Professor of Fine Arts in the School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds.
S'KOP, photographs by Mark Lewis, words by Tanya Zack, book 1/10, Wake up, this is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
27 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. OUT OF PRINT
In "Wake up, this is Joburg" writer and urban planner Tanya Zack and photographer Mark Lewis tell the stories of ten ordinary, interesting, odd or outrageous inhabitants of Johannesburg. "S'kop", the first book is the series, presents the butchers, traders and entrepreneurs who work in the basement of the abandoned and derelict Kazerne taxi rank, demolished in 2013."S'kop" is short for "isiKop", "the head", in a hybrid Zulu/Afrikaans slang.

Text in English and Zulu.
SABELO MLANGENI, Country Girls
44 pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2010. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, 2010.

Photographer Sabelo Mlangeni's "Country Girls" series is a portrait of gay life in small towns and rural areas in South Africa's Mpumalanga province.

Includes an essay by Graeme Reid, a lecturer in LGBT studies at Yale University.
SANTU MOFOKENG, Graves
32pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2015. R610
These photographs were taken in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, 2011-2012. A selection of works from "Graves" was shown at both the German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2013 and at the Berlin Biennale in 2014.

Includes the essays, "Taking the Battle to the Grave: South Africa's contested sites" and "Ancestors/ Fearing the Shadows" by Santu Mofokeng.
SIPHO GONGXEKA, Skeem' Saka, 2013/2014 Tierney Fellow
44pp., colour illus. paperback, Johannesburg, (2014). OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition of portrait photographs, Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2014. The phrase "i-skeem' saka" is a tsotsi-taal term (gangster language) meaning close friend.

Includes a conversation between Pieter Hugo (who was Gongxeka's mentor) and Sipho Gongxeka and an essay by Adam Haupt.

Sipho Gongxeka was born in 1989 in Soweto and completed the Foundation and Intermediate courses and the Advanced Programme in Photography at the Market Photo Workshop. Recipient of the 2013/2014 Tierney Fellowship, he was mentored for a year by Pieter Hugo.
SUL-SUL/ SUE-SUR/ SOUTH-SOUTH, Deixe-me Recomecar/ Recomencemos/ Let Me Begin Again
117pp. + 49pp., b/w & colour illus., 2 vols., paperback, Johannesburg, 2018. R440
Los Carpinteros • Flávio Cerqueira • Elizabet Cerviño • Ângela Ferreira • Carlos Garaicoa • Kendell Geers • Haroon Gunn-Salie • Kiluanji Kia Henda • Grada Kilomba • KutalaChopeto • Paulo Nazareth • Sisipho Ngodwana • Antônio Obá • Rosana Paulino • Wilfredo Prieto • Tracey Rose • Gustavo Speridião

IN THE VIDEO ROOM: Maria Thereza Alves • Coco Fusco • Binelde Hyrcan • Thiago Martins de Melo • Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo

PERFORMANCES iQhiya • Elizabet Cerviño • Ângela Ferreira, with vocals by Lizette Chirrime • Grada Kilomba

Curated by Renato Silva and Lara Koseff

The second edition of Goodman Gallery's South-South series of exhibitions that draw parallels between artists from the Global South whose work is situated within and beyond the afterlife of political revolution. Let me begin again follows The Poetry in Between: South-South, the first edition in the series (2015) which focused on Brazil and South Africa. The show looks at cross-cultural influence and divergence between countries such as Cuba, Brazil, South Africa and Angola, as well as other regions such as Mozambique and Namibia, and features artists born in or living between these countries or in the diaspora.

Text in English, French and Portuguese. The catalogue is accompanied by a reader of text-based contributions by participating artists who are also writers, including Maria Thereza Alves, Grada Kilomba and Teresa Kutala Firmino.
THABISO SEKGALA, Paradise
80 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Berlin, 2014. R488
Catalogue of the exhibition of photographs, Kűnstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2014.

Includes the essays:
"Heaven Can Wait" by Simon Njami
"Paradise is Found at the Thresholds, not in the Territory" by Post Brothers.

Thabiso Sekgala was born in 1981 in Soweto, and lives and works in Johannesburg. He is a grantee of KFW Stiftung, Frankfurt am Main.
THE MAKWETENG HERITAGE PROJECT,
117 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. OUT OF STOCK
The Makweteng Heritage Project, initiated and facilitated by the Market Photo Workshop, takes young, largely urban photographers into Makweteng township in Tlokwe, previously Potchefstroom, to explore "how land, its loss, and attempts at belonging in the past and the present configure South African identities." from page 2. This catalogue features some of the bodies of work that the students have produced.
THE POETRY IN BETWEEN: SOUTH- SOUTH, A Poesie Entre: Sul-Sul
131pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2015. R200
Catalogue of the exhibition, Goodman Gallery, Cape Town, 2015.

South-South is an ongoing project initiated by Liza Essers and the Goodman Gallery, and presents work by artists in Africa and South America.

This exhibition includes work by Kudzanai Chiurai, Kendell Geers, David Goldblatt, William Kentridge, Moshekwa Langa, Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse and Jeremy Wafer.

Includes an edited transcription of a Skype conversation between the exhibition's curators on three separate continents 25 days before the exhibition began. Also includes the essay, "A Heteronymous Reader, editorial preface/ O Leitor Heterônimo, prefácio editorial" by Clare Butcher and Carolyn H Drake, which discusses "a variety of subjects from different perspEctives on shared issues present in both South Africa and Brazil, but more broadly in the geopolitical south" from pg.8

Text in English and Spanish.
THE YONI BOOK, edited by The Two Talking Yonis, Reshma Chhiba & Nontobeko Ntombela
131pp, colour illus., paperbsck, (Johannesburg), 2019. R380
The Two Talking Yonis Project is a conversation between artist Reshma Chhiba and curator Nontembeko Ntombela. The conversation began in 2010 and resulted in an exhibition at Constitution Hill (Women's Jail), Room Gallery and Projects and Kalashnikov Gallery in Johannesburg in 2013. This book was produced to accompany the exhibition.

Contributions include:
"Introduction: the yonis in conversation(s)" by Reshma Chhiba and Nontembeko Ntombela
"The Absent Yoni: conversations with..." by Reshma Chhiba
"When Silence Speaks - gender performativity in the visual art practice of Reshma Chhiba" by Sharlene Khan
"The Two Talking Yonis" by Devarakshanam (Betty) Govinden
"The Complex Gendering of 'and': Reshma Chhiba's 'The Two Talking Yonis'" by Tracy Murinik
"The Yoni's Call and Response" by Nontembeko Ntombela.

Visual artist and dancer Reshma Chhiba was born in 1983 in Johannesburg.
Curator Nontembeko Ntombela works at the Department of History of Art and Heritage Management at the Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand.
TONY DREAMS IN YELLOW AND BLUE, photographs by Mark Lewis, words by Tanya Zack, book 2/10, Wake up, this is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
28pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. OUT OF PRINT
In "Wake up, this is Joburg" writer and urban planner Tanya Zack and photographer Mark Lewis tell the stories of ten ordinary, interesting, odd or outrageous inhabitants of Johannesburg. "Tony Dreams in Yellow and Blue", the second book in the series, presents Tony Martins, an outsider artist and obsessive collector of "waste" who has transformed his home in the working class suburb of Turffontein into a castle of lights, turrets, murals, manikins and stairways. He is also an entrepreneur whose property is home to 17 rent-paying households.

Text in English and Portuguese.
ZANDER BLOM, paintings, drawings, photos
48 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2010. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, 2010.

Includes the essay, "Anticipating a Future in the Making" by Sean O'Toole.

Zander Blom was born in 1982 in Pretoria and lives and works in Johannesburg. He was awarded a Red Bull House of Art residency in São Paulo in 2009 and will take up a Fountainhead residency in Miami in 2011.
ZANELE MUHOLI, faces & phases 2006-14
367 pp., illus., hardback, New York & Göttingen, 2014. R1200
A collection of photographer Zanele Muholi's portraits of black lesbian women and trans men.

Includes an introduction by Zanele Muholi and short essays and poems by a few of the subjects photographed.

Zanele Muholi was born in Umlazi, Durban, in 1972. She graduated from the Market Photo Workshop and received the 2005 Tollman Award for the Visual Arts, the BHP Hilton/Wits University Visual Arts Fellowship in 2006, a 2009 Thami Mnyele Residency in Amsterdam, and was the 2009 Ida Rubin Artist-in-Residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She won the Casa Africa award for the best female photographer, a Fondation Blachère award at the Recontres de Bamako biennial of African photography in 2009, and received a Fanny Ann Eddy accolade from IRN-Africa.
ZOLA, photographs by Mark Lewis, words by Tanya Zack, book 4/10, Wake up, this is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
32pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. OUT OF PRINT
In "Wake up, this is Joburg" writer and urban planner Tanya Zack and photographer Mark Lewis tell the stories of ten ordinary, interesting, odd or outrageous denizens of Johannesburg. "Zola", the fourth book in the series, presents the micro entrepreneurs who cater to the needs of taxi drivers waiting between peak hours at an overflow rank to transport people between the inner city and Zola, Soweto.

Text in English and Zulu.
Adams (T.) & Feyder (S.) comps. COMMONPLACE,
198pp., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2016. R700
The photographs in this book are drawn from two private collections. The first, the album of the Drummond and Fyvie families from the Natal Midlands, date mainly from 1910 to 1948. The second is the work of Ronald Mgilima and his son, Thorence, professional photographers who recorded life in the African, coloured and Indian neighbourhoods around Benoni, east of Johannesburg, in the 1950s and 1960s. These collections have formed the basis of an ongoing collaboration between Tamsyn Adams and Sophie Feyder, as part of a research project at the University of Leiden. Their first venture was an exhibition, "Sidetracks: working with two photographic collections", at the Market Photo Workshop Gallery in 2013.

Sophie Feyder was born in Brussels and grew up in New York and Luxemburg. She met Farrell Ngilima during her first fieldwork trip to Johannesburg in 2008. Their close collaboration on his grandfather’s photographic collection has been an important part of her PhD research at Leiden University.
Tamsyn Adams was born in Zimbabwe and moved to South Africa as a child. In 2009, she completed an MA in cultural studies at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and began her PhD at the University of Leiden the following year.
Anders (P.) & Krouse (M.) eds. POSITIONS, contemporary artists in South Africa
291 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, First S.A. Edition, Johannesburg, 2010. R280
First published in Germany (in German) in 2010.

A collection of interviews and essays on some of South Africa's most prominent artists, writers, choreographers, photographers and musicians.

Contributions include:
"The Bounds of the Inexpressible: Zapiro and political cartooning in South Africa" by Jane Duncan,
"The Political, Marginal and Sexualised Nature of Black Masculinity", choreographer Boyzie Cekwana talks to Rodney Place,
"Uprooting & Re-Routing the Afrikaner Male: Peter van Heerden's abject performance art" by Megan Lewis,
"'I dreamt I saw a herd of cattle'", sculptor and photographer Nandipha Mntambo talks to Anthea Buys,
"Twin Brothers, Twin Towers and Digital Dichotomies", photographers Hasan and Husain Essop talk to Yunus Vally,
"A Staccato Movement of Expansive and Neurotic Individuals: Robyn Orlin's search for the expression of contemporary dance" by Matthew Krouse,
"Forms of Power and Powerlessness: photographer Guy Tillim researches perceptions of reality" by Sean O'Toole,
"Reversing the Hierarchy of Reality and its Representation: Michael MacGarry unhinges Africa's political myths" by Anthea Buys,
"Shock of Recognition: Sue Williamson and South Africa's identity" by Chris Roper.

Peter Anders is currently Country Director of the Goethe-Institut in China.
Matthew Krouse is the arts editor of the Mail & Guardian newspaper.
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.
Badsha (O.) ed. SOUTH AFRICA, the cordoned heart, essays by twenty South African photographers
186 pp., 4to., maps, illus., paperback, Cape Town, 1986. OUT OF PRINT
Prepared for the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Povery and Development in Southern Africa and published in conjunction with travelling exhibition in Southern Africa, USA, Great Britain and Germany.

Foreword by Desmond Tutu. Preface by Omar Badsha. Introduction by Francis Wilson, who also wrote the text which accompanies the photographs. Photo essays by Chris Ledechowski, Paul Alberts, David Goldblatt, Omar Badsha, Paul Weinburg, Cedric Nunn, Gideon Mendel and others.

Badsha (O.) photo. SEEDTIMES,
310pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2017. R690
This catalogue accompanies the travelling retrospective exhibition.

Includes the essays:
"Omar Badsha, a democratic gaze and the art of the everyday" by Imraan Coovadia
"The Eye, the Document and Living Rights" by Ari Sitas.

Photographer and activist Omar Badsha was born in Durban in 1945. In 1981 he helped found Afrapix, the activists' photography collective. In 1991 he founded the NGO, South African History Online, a popular history project and website.
Ballen (R.) photo. BALLENESQUE, Roger Ballen: a retrospective
336pp., large 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2017. R1500
A chronological look at Roger Ballen's work. Includes previously unpublished photographs and texts by the Roger Ballen.
Ballen (R.) photo. OUTLAND,
155pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., New Edition, London, (2000) 2015. R750
Originally published in 2000 and named Best Photographic book of the year at PhotoEspaña 2001, Madrid, Spain, this new and expanded edition includes 45 previously unpublished pictures from Ballen’s archive, as well as a new essay by curator Elisabeth Sussman, Curator and Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Introduction by Peter Weiermair, former Director of the Rupertinum Museum in Salzburg, Austria and the Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Bologna, Italy.

Roger Ballen was born in New York in 1950. In 1982 he settled in Johannesburg. His other books include "Shadow Chamber" (2005) and "Boarding House" (2009).
Ballen (R.) photo. ROGER BALLEN/ DIE ANTWOORD, I fink u freeky
127 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Munich, etc, 2013. R740
Photographer Roger Ballen and Yolandi Visser and Ninja of the South African rap-rave band, Die Antwoord, collaborated to create this series of photographs.

Contributions include an introduction by Ninja and Yolandi Visser, an interview with Roger Ballen conducted by Die Antwoord, and the essay, "A Dark & Deadly Collaboration" by Ivor Powell.
Ballen (R.) photo. THE THEATRE OF APPARITIONS, in collaboration with Marguerite Rossouw
190pp., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2016. R740
Introduction by Colin Rhodes.

Photographer Roger Ballen experimented with spraying paint on glass, "drawing on" or removing the paint with a sharp object to let natural light through, and immediately photographed the images.
Ballen (R.) photo. & text ASYLUM OF THE BIRDS,
144 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2014. R775
Introduction by curator and critic Didi Bozzini.

"In 'Asylum of the Birds' I have photographed birds interacting in a space characterized by discarded objects, other animals, smudged and ghost-like drawings that could have originated in a cave or been part of a funeral ceremony. Unlike my earlier images, human identities have been reduced to body parts; there is hardly a face to be seen in this book. Meaning and metaphor in these images come into being as a result of the interaction of the birds habituating this haunting, complex space. The physical space that I commonly refer to as the asylum is contrastingly a place of refuge and at the same time a place of insanity." Roger Ballen, pg. 142
Bank (A.) & (L.) eds. KRONOS 30, journal of Cape History/ tydskrif vir Kaaplandse geskiedenis, special issue: Eastern Cape
256 pp., maps, illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2004. R190
Includes "Framing African Women: visionaries in southern African and their photographic afterlife, 1850-2004" by Helen Bradford and "'Oh Hurry to the River': the meaning of 'uMamlambo' models in the Tyumie Valley, Eastern Cape" by Seán Morrow and Nwabisa Vokwana.
Bank (A.) ed. KRONOS 32, journal of Cape history, November 2006
287 pp., maps, b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2006. R190
Kronos is a journal published annually by the Department of History and the Centre for Humanities Research of the University of the Western Cape.

This edition includes "Inside and Outisde", a conversation between photographer Mikhael Subotzky and Michael Godby as well as a selection of Suboktzky's photographs of prisoners and ex-prisoners from his series "Die Vier Hoeke", "Umjiegwana" & "Beaufort West" and "'The Africa I Know': film and the making of 'Bushmen' in Laurens van der Post's Lost World of the Kalahari (1956)" by Lauren van Vuuren.
Bank (A.) ed. KRONOS 36, southern African histories, November 2010
344 pp., illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2010. R295
Kronos is a journal published annually by the Department of History and the Department of Humanties Research at the University of the Western Cape.

Contributions include:
"Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin's Photographs for The Bantu Tribes of South Africa (1928-1954): the construction of an ambiguous idyll" by Michael Godby
"'Re la Tsoantso' ('Father of the Pictures'): Joseph Denfield's photography, 1944-1965" by Phindezwa Mnyaka.
Barents (E.) & O'Toole (S.) text APARTHEID & AFTER,
255 pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Amsterdam, 2014. R995
Published to accompany the exhibition of photographs, Huis Marseille, Museum of Photography, Amsterdam, 2014.

Photographers are Guy Tillim, Paul Alberts, Santu Mofokeng, Zanele Muholi, Jo Ractliffe, Daniel Naudé, Paul Weinberg, Pieter Hugo, Hugh Exton, Graeme Williams, David Goldblatt, Mikhael Subotzky and Sabelo Mlangeni.

Includes the essays:
"Caught Between: South African photography after 1994" by Sean O'Toole
"Apartheid & After, why photographs matter" by Els Barents


Beil (R.) & Ruhkamp (U.) eds. PIETER HUGO, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
303pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Munich, 2017. R1215
Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Kunsmuseum Wolfsburg, 2017.

The exhibition and book include photographs from each of Pieter Hugo's major series, from "Looking Aside" (2003-2006) to "Flat Noodle Soup Talk (2015-2016).

Also includes text by Pieter Hugo and the essays, "On the Power of the Eccentric View, Pieter Hugo's post-colonial theatrum mundi" by Ralf Beil and "Pieter Hugo, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" by curator Uta Ruhkamp.
Bernadac (M-L.) et. al. curators AFRICA REMIX, l'art contemporain d'un continent
338 pp., 4to., colour & b/w illus., paperback, Paris, 2005. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2005.

Artists exhibited include Jane Alexander, Wilie Bester, Andries Botha, Wim Botha, Tracey Derrick, Marlene Dumas, David Goldblatt, Jackson Hlungwani, William Kentridge, Moshekwa Langa, Santu Mofokeng, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Rodney Place, Tracey Rose & Guy Tillim from South Africa, Fernando Alvim, Paulo Capela, Franck K.Lundangi, N'Dilo Mutima & Anotnio Ole from Angola, Rui Carlos de Noronha Assubuji, Luís Pedro Basto, Gonçalo Mabunda, Sérgio Santimano & Titos from Mozambique & Berry Pickle from Zimbabwe.

Introductions by Marie-Laure Bernadac & Simon Njami. Includes essays by Jean-Hubert Martin, David Elliott, Abdelwahab Meddeb, John Picton, Jean-Loup Amselle, Clémentine Deliss, Manthia Diawara, Hudita Nura Mustafa & Bernard Müller.

Text in French.
Bialobrzaski (P.) photo. INFORMAL ARRANGEMENTS,
96 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Ostfildern, 2010. R425
A collection of photographs of the interiors of shacks in Kliptown, the oldest area of Soweto.

Includes an introductory essay by Indra Wussow

Peter Bialobrzeski in a professor of documentary photography at the University of the Arts in Bremen.

Text in German and English.
Bieber (J.) photo. & text SOWETO,
159 pp., colour illlus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2010. R250
A book of photographs of everyday life in Soweto by South African photographer Jodi Bieber.

Introduction by Niq Mhlongo.

Jodi Bieber was the winner of the 2009 Prix de le l'Union Européene at Recontres de Bamako Biennale Africaine de la Photographie.She is also the winner of eight World Press Awards and her portrait series "Real Beauty" won the 2009 First Prize Portrait Series at Picture of the Year Awards.
Blackwell (L.) PHOTO-WISDOM, master photographers on their art
219 pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., San Francisco, 2009. R350
A selection of photographers from around the world - including David Goldblatt, Jurgen Schadeberg, Pieter Hugo, Steven Bloom, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin - discuss the purpose and technique of photography and share their visions, methods, and challenges.

Lewis Blackwell was for many years the overall creative head of Getty Images. Prior to that he was editor-in-chief and publisher of "Creative Review" magazine. He lives in London.
Blom (Z.), MacGarry (M.) & Booysens (J-H.) AVANT CAR GUARD, volume 1
20 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback in slipcover, Johannesburg, 2006. R95
Avant Car Guard is a three member visual art collective from Johannesburg. Zander Blom, Jan-Henri Booysens and Michael MacGarry are also visual artists in their own right, choosing to work collectively to produce "conceptual art manifest through photography and performance."
Breytenbach (C.) photo. & Barrow (B.) text THE SPIRIT OF DISTRICT SIX,
107pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, Pretoria, (1970) 2016. R225
A reprint of Cloete Breytenbach's photographs taken in District Six from 1956 to 1966. Journalist Brian Barrow wrote his observations of the community during the same period.
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
Chagas (E.) photo. FOUND NOT TAKEN,
115pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Berlin, 2015. R840
"For Found Not Taken, Edson Chagas walked through the streets of Luanda, London and Newport, Wales, collecting discarded objects and moving them, at times slightly and in other instances significantly, before photographing them. Taken out of their context and photographed in relation to a carefully chosen background, the mundane items are turned into abstract icons that animate the city. What might seem at first glance a symbol of a society characterised by waste and instant obsolescence is also a reflection on the fact that what is perceived as real is actually a construct. A selection from the series represented Angola at the 55th Venice Biennale, winning the Golden Lion for Best National Participation." from Stevenson gallery's website

Includes the essay, "Journal of Uncollectable Journeys: Edson Chagas' 'Found Not Taken' series and other works" by art historian Ana Balona de Oliveira. Text in English and Portuguese.

Photographer Edson Chagas was born in 1977 in Luanda, Angola, where he lives.
Chapman (T.) text & Southwood (D.) photo. & text HUSTLES, five years of Local Studio
161pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2018. R770
A collection of photographs that document the projects undertaken in the first five years of architect Thomas Chapman's practice, Local Studio, in Johannesburg. Local Studio works mainly in "the affordable housing, social infrastructure and public space sectors".

Thomas Chapman was born in Johannesburg in 1984. He founded Local Studio in 2012. He was selected as one of the Mail & Guardian's "Young South Africans" in 2016 and in 2018 was selected by Architectural Digest as a winner of the Architectural Vanguard Award.
Charlton (J.) ed. FROM SITTING TO SELFIE, 300 years of South African portraits
152pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. R310
Published to accompany the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2014.

Includes the essays:
"From Sitting to Selfie" by curator Barbara Freemantle
"The Search for the Correct Likeness" by Sean O'Toole
"Introspection" by Reshada Crouse
"No Fact without its Fiction" by Joni Brenner.
Chiurai (K.) curator & Soga (M.) ed. THE BLACK PRESIDENT, Lines, volume 2, 2010
74 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback + 8 folded posters, all contained in brown paper bag, Johannesburg, 2010. R535
A magazine style publication which features a collection of writing and visual art from across Africa and the Diaspora.

Contributors include Avant Car Guard, Blatch, Bongani Madono, Charles Nhamo Rupare, Chris Saunders, Emory Douglas, Dylan Lloyd, Faith47, Givan Lotz, Jclanquetin, Judd Van Rensburg & Des Tak, Khaya Sibiya, Lamelle Shaw, Lisa-Anne Julien, M18j92t, Masello Motana, Meresia Gabriel, Mkay & Sanele Xole, Mphutlane Wa Bofelo, Neo Rakgajane, Paul Miller, Smiso Zwane, Zac ‘Host’ Modirapula and Xander Ferreira.

Also includes eight loose folded black and white posters of works from Kudzanai Chiurai's "The Black President" photographic series. In this series Chiurai has created a Cabinet of Ministers and a Head of State for an imaginary country that might or might not be African.

Kudzanai Chiurai was born in 1981 in Zimbabwe. Currently he lives and works in Johannesburg.
Cornell (L.), Gioni (M.) & Hoptman (L.) curators YOUNGER THAN JESUS, artist directory, the essential directory to a new generation of artists
540 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, New York, 2009. R565
This book, published to accompany the 2009 exhibition at the New Museum in New York, brings together the work of over 500 artists born after 1975. Over 150 curators, critics and artists from all over the world were asked to recommend younger artists whose work appears to mark a generational shift. The material for the book was assembled from this pool of submissions.

Artists include Zander Blom. Dineo Seshee Bopape, Simon Gush, Daya Heller, Donna Kukama, Nomusa Makhubu, Mustafa Maluka, Thando Mama, Nandipha Mntambo, Athi-Patra Ruga, Lerato Shadi and Nontsikeleo Veleko from South Africa, James Beckett and Kudzanai Chiurai from Zimbabwe, and Nzuji de Magalhaes, Nástio Mosquito, Kiluanji Kia Henda and Ndilo Mutima from Angola.
Dawes (N.) SUE WILLIAMSON, selected work
103 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town & Brussels, 2003. R350
Published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at the Centre d'Art Contemporain, Brussels, Belgium, 24 April - 14 June 2003.
The exhibition was curated by Fabienne Dumont, director of the CAC, and Linda Givon, director of the Goodman Gallery of Johannesburg.
Text in English, Flemish & French. Includes a CD-Rom.
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.
Dinat (D.) & Fak (E.) photo. INCOMPLETE GESTURE,
62pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2018. OUT OF PRINT
Photographs of Johannesburg by Deena Dinat and Ezio Fok. Self-published.
Dingwall (J.) photo. ALBUS,
128pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Herzogenrath, 2016. R585
A series of portraits of South Africans with albinism.

"Justin Dingwall's photographs have the sensitivity and beauty of Classical Art. They are elegant and enchanting at the same time and reflect great skill." Roger Ballen

Includes the essays:
"Beauty and Difference, on the remarkable 'Albus' series by Justin Dingwall" by Klaus Honnef
"A Key to Seeing Differently" by Johan Myburg
"Letter to the Artist" by Pierre Lombart
"Paintings in Light" by Robyn Sassen

Text in English and German.

Justin Dingwall was born in 12983 in Johannesburg, where he currently lives.
Diserens (C.) curator & ed. CHASING SHADOWS, Santu Mofokeng, thirty years of photographic essays
239 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback , Munich, etc, 2011. R615
Published on the occasion of the travelling retrospective exhibition which opened at the Jeu de Paume in Paris in 2011.

Includes the essays:
"Images of Radical Will: Santu Mofokeng's photographic ambivalence" by Okwui Enwezor
"On a Wing and a Prayer: notes on beauty and loss in Santu Mofokeng's pictures" by Sabine Vogel
"'Hungry clouds swag on deep': Santu Mofokeng at Kassel 2002 looked at through jottings from 1994 and beyond" by Sarat Maharaj
"Serious Laughter: the twisted humour of Santu Mofokeng" by Adam Ashforth

Also includes "The Fugu-Eaters", a short story by Ivan Vladislavic, and a conversation between Santu Mofokeng and Corinne Diserens.
Diserens (C.) et. al. FIFTY-ONE YEARS, David Goldblatt
456 pp., illus., paperback, Barcelona, 2001. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the touring exhibition produced by the Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) with the collaboration of AXA Gallery, New York, 2001.
Essays by Corinne Diserens, Okwui Enwezor, J.M.Coetzee, Ivan Vladislavíc, Michael Godby, Chris Killip & Nadine Gordimer.
Edjabe (N.) ed. AFRICAN CITIES READER II, mobilities and fixtures
208 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2011. OUT OF STOCK
"The African Cities Reader is a biennial publication that brings together contributors from across Africa and the world to challenge the prevailing depiction of urban life on the continent and redefine cityness, Africa-style. It is a joint creation of Chimurenga Magazine and the African Centre for Cities at the University of Cape Town."

Contributions include:
"Tracks", with words by MADEYOULOOK and photographs by Santu Mofokeng
"'Here I am Nobody': rethinking urban governance, sovereignty and power" by Caroline Kihato
"Anti-Iconic: the photography of David Adjaye", in which Sean O'Toole chats to architect David Adjaye
"Yeoville Studio: negotiating the line between research and activism" by Claire Benit-Gbaffou.
Elliott (P.) CONSTANCE ONE ROAD TO TAKE, the life and photography of Constance Stuart Larrabee (1914-2000)
196pp., 4t0., illus., paperback, Alairac, 2018. R775
Constance Stuart Larrabee was born in the U.K. and grew up in South Africa. She studied photography in London and Munich. She returned to South Africa in 1936 and opened a portrait studio and took on photojournalism projects. She travelled through South Africa photographing the Ndebele, Xhosa, Sotho and San, townships, streets of Johannesburg, mines and poor whites. From 1944 to 1945 she worked as a war photographer in Egypt, France and Italy. On her return to South Africa she worked with Alan Paton, photographing locations from his book "Cry the Beloved Country", was the official photographer for the Royal Visit to Basutoland, Swaziland and Bechuanaland and made a series of photographs on the Nagmaal in Bronkhorstspruit. In 1949 she moved to the United States where she lived and continued to take photographs until her death.
Engelbrecht (S.) & Grobler (N.) photos. BICYCLE PORTRAITS, everyday South Africans and their bicycles
112 + 120 + 120 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardbacks, (Cape Town), 2012. R280
A photographic study of ordinary South Africans who rely on bicycles every day, compiled over two years, and published in three volumes.

Includes interviews with each person photographed, and short essays by J.M.Coetzee, Sean O'Toole and Paul Edmunds.

The photograph shown here is of Gabriel Moloi from Johannesburg.
Engelbrecht (S.) photo & de Beer (T.) text AFRICAN SALAD, a portrait of South Africans at home
264 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2005. R520
Stan Engelbrecht and Tamsen de Beer spent one-and-a-half years travelling around urban and rural South Africa collecting regional recipes and photographing the cooks and their houses.

Foreword by Sean O,Toole.
Enwezor (O.) & Bester (R.) curators & eds. RISE AND FALL OF APARTHEID, photography and the bureaucracy of everyday life
544 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 2013. R495
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, International Center of Photography, New York, September 2012 - January 2013.

Organised chronologically, this book features more than sixty years of photographs documenting apartheid, with images by photographers such as Eli Weinberg, Alf Kumalo, David Goldblatt, Peter Magubane, Ian Berry, and many others.

Includes the essays:
"Rise and Fall of Apartheid" by Okwui Enwezor
"'Native Studies'" by Michael Godby
"Zero World" by Achille Mbembe
"Siswe Bansi and the Strong Room of Dreams" by Darren Newbury
"Retouching Apartheid" by Colin Richards
"Unity and Struggle" by Patricia Hayes
"Insurrectional Visibility" by Andries Water Oliphant
"The Politics and Aesthetics of the Rise and Fall of Apartheid" by Rory Bester
Bureaucratization of Memory" by Khwezi Gule.

Okwui Enwezor is currently Director of Haus der Kunst in Munich. He has served as artistic director of numerous international exhibitions. He is the founding publisher and editor of "Nka: journal of contemporary African art".
Rory Bester is an art historian and critic, as well as a curator and documentary filmmaker, based at the Wits School of Arts in Johannesburg.
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.
Enwezor (O.) ed. CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE WALTHER COLLECTION, Events of the Self: Portraiture and Social Identity
445 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Göttingen, 2010. R990
Catalogue of the exhibition, "Events of the Self: Portraiture and Social Identity", introducing works from the Africa Collection of The Walther Collection, Ulm, Germany, 2010.

Includes work by Candice Breitz, David Goldblatt, Kay Hassan, Pieter Hugo, Santu Mofokeng, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Zanele Muholi, Jo Ractliffe, Berni Searle, Mikhael Subotzky, Guy Tillim, and Nontsikelelo "Lolo" Veleko, from South Africa, and Hentie van der Merwe from Namibia.

Includes the essays:
"Events of the Self: Portraiture and Social Identity - a conceptual framework" by Okwui Enwezor,
"The Black Photo Album/ Look At Me; 1890-1950" by Santu Mofokeng.

Text in English and German.
Fagan (G.) ROSES AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, with photographs by Gabriël Fagan
271 pp., large 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, Cape Town, (1988) 1995. OUT OF PRINT
Gwen Fagan has done the research and landscape planning for many restored historic buildings and planted many gardens, notably at Boschendal and the Swellendam Drostdy Museum.

This book about old roses at the Cape covers the period "from the moment Commander Jan van Riebeeck picked the first Dutch rose in 1657 until the formation of Union in 1910, by which time the new Hybrid Teas were beginning to oust old roses from Cape Gardens".
Feni (M.) photo. A DRAIN ON OUR DIGNITY, an insider's perspective
91pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R250
A collection of photographs of the water and sanitation conditions in informal settlements and amongst the homeless in and around Cape Town, taken between 2013 and 2016.

Includes a short essay by Ilze Wollf, environmental architect and co-director of Wolff Architects

Masixole Feni was born in 1987 in Cape Town, grew up in an orphanage, and currently lives as a 'backyard dweller' in the Mfuleni settlement near Khayelitsha. He was introduced to photography at a young age by the late Garth Stead and his Icon Photography Group, and through Jenny Altschuler's 1999 Drumming Photography Workshops at the Iziko SA Museum.
Fiscaletti (T.) photo. BETWEEN HOME AND WISDOM,
42pp., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2015. R465
A series of portraits of traditional healers taken in Dunoon, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town, by Italian photographer Tommaso Fiscaletti.

Includes a short interview with the artist conducted by Silvia Conta.
Forjaz (M.) photo. Mozambique 1975/1985 , photos
241pp., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2015. R450
A collection of Moira Forjaz's photographs taken in Mozambique between 1975 and 1985.

Moira Forjaz was born in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) in 1942. She studied Graphic Arts at the Johannesburg School of Arts and Design and subsequently worked as a photojournalist in southern Africa. From 1975 onwards she worked as a photographer and documentary film maker in Mozambique. Includes essays by Gillian Slovo, Oscar Monteiro, Albie Sachs, Luis Bernardo Homwana & Hillary Hamburger
Fransen (H.) comp. A CAPE CAMERA, the architectural beauty of the old Cape, photographs from the Arthur Elliott Collection in the Cape Archives
224 pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Reprint, Johannesburg, (1993) 2013. OUT OF STOCK
Arthur Elliot, born in or near New York around 1870, came to South Africa in the late 1880s. He started taking photographs during the South African War after receiving a quarter-plate camera as a gift. After arriving in Cape Town as a refugee in 1900 he began to focus on recording historic landmarks in the city and its surroundings. For most of the rest of his life he lived in Long Street, where he had his studio.
Fusi (L.) et. al. curators .ZA GIOVANE ARTE DAL SUDAFRICA,
191 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Milan, 2008. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition of young South African artists, Palazzo della Papesse, Siena, 2008.

Artists include Zander Blom, Frances Goodman, Simon Gush, Nicholas Hlobo, Moshekwa Langa, Churchill Madikida, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi, Ruth Sacks, Doreen Southwood, Mikhael Subotzky and Nontsikelelo "Lolo" Veleko.

Includes essays by five established South African artists who assisted curator Lorenzo Fusi:
".ZA Young Art from South Africa" by Lorenzo Fusi,
"Skull of My Mother" by Marlene Dumas,
"Young, Hip...and Sussed" by Berni Searle,
"Currencies of Change" by Minnette Vári, and
"Should I Stay or Should I Go: the dilemma of the artists of 'Island Africa'" by Sue Williamson.

Text in English and Italian.
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.
Giblin (J.) & Spring (C.) SOUTH AFRICA, the art of a nation
255pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, hardback, d.w., London, 2016. R590
Published to accompany the exhibition at the British Museum in London, October 2016 - February 2017.

John Giblin is Head of the Africa collection at the British Museum and is lead curator of the exhibition.
Chris Spring is co-curator of the exhibition and curator of contemporary African art and the eastern and southern African collections at the British Museum.
Godby (M.) HOME TRUTHS, domestic interiors in South African collections
64pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2016. R365
Published to accompany the exhibition, Iziko South African National Gallery, and Sanlam Gallery, Cape Town 2016.

Includes work by Lisa Brice, David Southwood, Sam Nhlengethwa, Tommy Motswai, Johann Louw, Ian Grose, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Santu Mofokeng, George Pemba, Deborah Poynton, Guy Tillim, and many others.
Godfrey (I.) LEGACY OF THE MINE,
160 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2013. R300
Photojournalist Ilan Godfrey won the 2012 Ernest Cole Award with this body of work documenting the environmental and social impacts of the South African mining industry. This book was published to coincide with the travelling exhibition that opened at the Irma Stern Museum in August 2013.

Ilan Godfrey was born in Johannesburg in 1980. He has won numerous awards, including the International Photography Award, the Flash Forward Award, and the Nikon Endframe Award.
Goldblatt (D.) & Lignel (B.) DAVID GOLDBLATT,
173pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Paris, 2014. R445
Transcription of an interview with David Goldblatt conducted via email between April 2011 and August 2014 by Baptiste Lignel.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. DAVID GOLDBLATT, Hasselblad Award 2006
83 pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Ostfildern, 2006. R950
Catalogue of the exhibition, Hasselblad Centre, Gothenberg, Sweden, 2006.

Although the exhibition comprised a selection of David Goldblatt's pictures, only new and previously unpublished photographs are included in the book.

Includes the essay, "David Goldblatt: a life in photography" by Michael Godby.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. IN BOKSBURG,
109 pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Reprint, New York, (1982) 2010. OUT OF STOCK
A reprint of David Goldblatt's book of photographs of everyday life in the middle-class white community of Boksburg, South Africa, during the apartheid years. The book was first published in 1982.

Includes the essays:
"On Boksburg, Baasskap, and Poetry" by Joanna Lehan,
"Making 'In Boksburg'" by Jeffrey Ladd.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. INTERSECTIONS INTERSECTED,
131 pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Porto, 2008. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition of paired photographs taken before and after South Africa's transition to democracy, Museu Serralves, Portugal, 2008.

Includes the essays "History in Motion" by curator Ulrich Loock, and "Parallax and Parallel: the uses of time and space in David Goldblatt's Pairings" by Ivor Powell, as well as extended captions by David Goldblatt.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. PARTICULARS,
27 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Standard edition, Johannesburg, 2003. OUT OF PRINT
Five hundred copies of "Particulars" were printed. Of these, 100 copies and 20 artist's proofs from the Collectors edition, available at R6800 (see separate listing). The book was designed by Francois Smit and David Goldblatt, and edited by Mark Reynolds.

Introduction by David Goldblatt.

These photographs were taken mainly in 1975 with a few in 1982, 1983 and 2003. They were exhibited at Michael Stevenson Contemporary, Cape Town, and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2003.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. PARTICULARS,
27 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, slipcase, Collector's edition, Johannesburg, 2003. OUT OF PRINT
Five hundred copies of "Particulars" were printed. Of these, 100 copies and 20 author's proofs form the collectors edition. Each copy of the collectors edition is signed and numbered by David Goldblatt opposite the title page and includes a 203 x 254 mm silver print, of one of four photographs in the book. Each print is signed and numbered by David Goldblatt.

Clarkes has 3 copies of the book in stock, with the following images: "Woman collecting shellfish", "Woman waiting at the trading store" and "Woman sun bathing".

The book was designed by Francois Smit and David Goldblatt, and edited by Mark Reynolds.

Introduction by David Goldblatt.

These photographs were taken mainly in 1975 with a few in 1982, 1983 and 2003. They were exhibited at Michael Stevenson Contemporary, Cape Town, and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2003.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. PARTICULARS,
27pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Revised Edition, Gottingen, (2003) 2014. R1175
Introduction by David Goldblatt.

These photographs were taken mainly in 1975 with a few in 1982, 1983 and 2003. They were exhibited at Michael Stevenson Contemporary, Cape Town, and the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2003.

Goldblatt (D.) photo. REGARDING INTERSECTIONS,
197pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Revised Edition, Gottingen, (2005) 2014. R1900
This book brings together colour photography from the period 2002-2011. An earlier version, "Intersections" was published in 2005, and "Intersections Interpreted", consisting of paired black and white and colour photographs, was published in 2008.

Includes two texts first published in the book "Intersections": the essay "Markers of Presence: David Goldblatt's intersections with the South African landscape" by Michael Stevenson and an interview by Mark Haworth-Booth.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. THE PURSUIT OF VALUES,
234pp., b/w & colour illus., some folding, hardback, Johannesburg, 2015. R1225
Published to accompany the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2015.

"This exhibition covers photographs taken over about 65 years, but focuses particularly on works from "South Africa - The Structure of Things Then" and from his current, ongoing series, "Structures of Democracy."

Introduction by Neil Dundas. Includes the essay, "Photography and Value" by Patricia Hayes.
Goldblatt (D.) photo. & text SOUTH AFRICA, THE STRUCTURE OF THINGS THEN,
260 pp., 4to., maps, b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 1998. R1250
Black and white photographs of bleak South African buildings and landscapes taken from 1976 - 1992 by master photographer David Goldblatt.
Introduction and extended captions by Goldblatt.
Essay by Neville Dubow.
Gordon (J.) photo. & du Toit (M.) text BREATHING SPACES, environmental portraits of South Durban
175pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Pietermaritzburg, 2016. R355
A collection of portrait photographs of residents of three densely populated and polluted neighbourhoods located south of Durban harbour (Wentworth, Merebank and Lamontville. Also includes reproductions of images from family albums, accompanied by extracts from the conversations Marijke du Toit had with the people portrayed, as well as their friends, family and neighbours.

Social documentary photographer Jenny Gordon teaches photojournalism at the School of Journalism and Media Studies at Rhodes University.
Historian Marijke du Toit is based in the Faculty of Arts at the University of the Western Cape.
Grendon (P.), Miescher (G.), Rizzo (L.) & Smith (T.) curators USAKOS, photographs beyond ruins, the old location albums, 1920s-1930s
144pp., 4to., maps, b/w & colour illus., paperback, Basel, 2015. R200
Published to accompany the travelling exhibition which opened in Usakos, Namibia, in 2015

The exhibition is created around three private photographic collections owned by four female residents of Usakos, a small town in central Namibia. It focuses on the early 1960s when the apartheid administration forcefully removed African residents out of what was then called the old location into newly built townships. The photographic collections kept by the four women include studio photographs, images of particular location sites and buildings, photographs of mission congregations and school classes, music bands and football teams, as well as many portraits. The exhibition also includes contemporary photographs of Usakos taken by Paul Grendon.

A collaboration between the University of Basel and the University of Namibia, students from both universities participated in the mounting of the exhibitions and worked together on common oral history projects.
Gutberlet (M-H.) & Snyman (C.) eds. SHOE SHOP,
278 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R225
An anthology of personal stories and images about walking, movement and migration on the African continent.

"This publication presents a mulling over of iterations and projections seen from various perspectives. It stands as a bridge between the project, Migration & Media and its last iteration in Bamako 2011, and an evoloving Shoe Shop exhibition to be held in greater Johannesburg in 2012, which will address walking and movement as literal and conceptual spaces. Migration & Media started in 2006 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It has since been variously realised as film, literature and visual arts platforms under the label, Migration & Media. Within this context European and African artists and academics were invited to think about the perception and self-representation of migration issues in the arts." from the foreword

Contributions include:
"The Hooks of History, three films" by Penny Siopis
"Going Home, illegality and repatriation, South Africa - Mozambique", photographs by Jodi Bieber
"Applied Pressure", Serge Alain Nitegeka in conversation with Joan Legalamitlwa
"Odd Futures", Thenjiwe Nkosi in conversation with Musa Mxumalo, photographer and administator at the Market Photo Workshop.

Marie-Helene Gutberlet grew up in Germany, Benin and Switzerland. After many years in academia she now works as a freelance writer and curator.
Cara Snyman was born in Pretoria in 1981. She works in the programme department of Goethe-Institut Johannesburg, managing visual arts projects in sub-Saharan Africa.
Hallett (G.) & MacKenzie (P.) eds. DISTRICT SIX REVISITED, photographs by George Hallett, Clarence Coulson, Jackie Heyns, Wilfred Paulse, Gavin Jantjes
112 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2007. R390
Includes text by George Hallett and Clarence Coulson and a poem by James Matthews.
Hallett (G.) photo. PORTRAITS OF AFRICAN WRITERS,
153 pp., 4to., illus., hardback,, Johannesburg, 2006. R350
Introduction by Keorapetse Kgositsile. Foreword by George Hallett.

The photographs span the years 1970 - 2006, taken both at home in South Africa and while in exile overseas.Included are essays by John Matshikiza, James Matthews & Shabbir Banoobhai and poems by Lesego Rampolokeng & Finuala Dowling. Writers photographed include James Matthews, Richard Rive, Alex LaGuma, Zoe Wicomb, Denis Brutus, Bessie Head, Lewis Nkosi, Zakes Mda, and many more. There is also a photograph of artist Gerard Sekoto.
Hammond (M.) photo.& Retief (H.) text ORANIA,
207 pp., 4to., map, colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2014. R350
Photographer Michael Hammond and journalist Hanlie Retief visited Orania to interview its inhabitants for this collection of narratives and portrait photographs.

Includes an essay, "Orania in Focus" by sociologist, artist and rock singer Andries Bezuidenhout.

Orania, a town in the Northern Cape, was established as a nation state exclusively for white Afrikaners in 1963.

Text in English and Afrikaans.
Hirson (G.) DOWN THE LINE,
173 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. R265
A photo essay of the train-line between Cape Town and Simonstown by photographer Gary Hirson.
Hugo (P.) et al YASSER BOOLEY, South Africa at Liberty
152pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., (Ghent), (c.2015). R750
A collection of photographs by Yasser Booley documenting life in Cape Town, taken between 1993 and 2015.

Contributions include:
"Booley's Ubuntu: photography as a sense of belonging" by Pieter Hugo
"Observing Lives and Crafting Community: reflections on the photography of Yasser Booley" by Ingrid Masondo
"The Deliciousness of Audacity: a photographic retrospective of work by South African photographer Yasser Booley" by Tambudzai Verne Ndlovu.

“I have maintained contact with Yasser through all these years, watching him move from making pictures purely for himself to working with confidence for newspapers and NGOs. Throughout this transition the style and tone of his pictures hardly changed. What amazes me is that he still makes pictures for the same reason he started out. In an era when photography has become preoccupied with questioning its own veracity, it is refreshing to still find practitioners who photograph purely for the joy of looking at the world, with a truly humanistic and sympathetic eye. Yasser’s voice is an authentic one. He genuinely loves people. He loves Cape Town. He loves his community – a very, very large one! This monograph has been a long time in the making. What you see here is Yasser’s world. And it is a world filled with affection, togetherness, brotherhood, sisterhood and unity. I feel proud to be part of his world.” extract from the essay by Pieter Hugo



Text in English, Dutch, French and German.
Hugo (P.) photo. NOLLYWOOD,
120 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Munich, 2009. OUT OF PRINT
A collection of portraits taken in Nigeria in 2008 and 2009. For these portraits Pieter Hugo had actors from the Nigerian film industry recreate typical scenes from Nollywood films.

Includes the essays "Omar Sharif Comes to Nollywood, a storyboard in 10 frames" by Chris Abani,
"No Going Back" by Zina Saro-Wiwa, and
"Nollywood Confidential" by Stacy Hardy.

Photographer Pieter Hugo won the Standard Bank Young Artists Award for Visual Art in 2006.
Hugo (P.) photo. THE HYENA & OTHER MEN,
73 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Munich, 2007. OUT OF PRINT
Pieter Hugo's photographic portraits of the Hyena Men who perform with their hyenas, rock pythons and baboons and sell traditional medicines in the cities of Nigeria, taken in 2005 and 2007.

Includes the essays, "The Hyena Men: making money on the fringe" by Adetokunbo Abiola and "The Dog's Master" by Pieter Hugo.

Pieter Hugo was born in Johannesburg in 1976 and is currently based in Cape Town. This is his third monograph and follows "Looking Aside" (2006) and "Messina/Musina" (2007). He won the Standard Bank Young Artists Award for Visual Art in 2006.
Hugo (Pieter) photo. 1994,
90pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, dw, Munich, 2016. R800
A series of portraits of South African and Rwandan children, taken between 2014 and 2016.

Includes the essay "Giants" by Ashraf Jamal.

Pieter Hugo was born in Johannesburg in 1976 and lives in Cape Town. He is the recipient of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art 2007.
Hugo (PIeter) photo. FLAT NOODLE SOUP TALK,
84pp., colour illus., hardback, limited to 500 copies, signed by the artist, Paris, 2016. R1280
A collection of portraits and still life images photographed in Beijing.

Photographer Pieter Hugo won the Standard Bank Young Artists Award for Visual Art in 2006.His other books include "The Hyena & Other Men", "Messina/ Musina" and "1994".
Hugo (Pieter) photo. MESSINA/ MUSINA,
118 pp., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2007. R400
Includes an essay, "The Donkey Fuckers", by Stacey Hardy, and a conversation between Pieter Hugo and Joanna Lehan.

Pieter Hugo's photographs of individuals, families, interiors, landscapes and incidental details in and around Musina (formerly Messina), the northernmost town of South Africa, situated on the Limpopo River on the border of Zimbabwe.

Pieter Hugo won the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art in 2006.
Hugo (Pieter) photo. & Krog (Antjie) text LOOKING ASIDE, South African studio portraits, 2003-2006
88 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Rome, 2006. R450
Pieter Hugo was born in Johannesburg in 1976 and lives in Cape Town. He is the recipient of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art 2007.
Jamal (A.) IN THE WORLD, essays on contemporary South African art
415pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Milan, 2017. R950
A collection of essays by Ashraf Jamal, Research Associate in the Visual Identities in Art and Design Research Centre at the University of Johannesburg. He is the co-author of "Art in South Africa: the future present" and author of "Predicaments of Culture in South Africa", and the novel, 'Love Themes for the Wilderness".

Includes essays on Mary Sibande, Zanele Muholi, Kate Gottgens, Robin Rhode, Georgina Gratrix, Mohau Modisakeng, Anton Kannemeyer, Kemang Wa Lehulere, Pieter Hugo, Esther Mahlangu, Conrad Botes, Wim Botha, amongst others.
Jansen (C.) GIRL ON GIRL, art and photography in the age of the female gaze
192pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2017. R640
Freelance journalist Charlotte Jansen explores the work of 40 women artists "who use photography and the female gaze to redefine the fields of fashion, art, advertising and photojournalism." from the back cover

Includes South African photographers Zanele Muholi and Lebohang Kganye.
Judin (H.) & Vladislavíc (I.) eds. BLANK, architecture, apartheid and after
488 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Rotterdam & Cape Town, 1998. OUT OF PRINT
Produced on the occasion of 'South African Seasons', a year of exhibitions on South Africa in Rotterdam, and the exhibition, 'blank' in the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam, from 16 December 1990 to 30 March 1999.

A "compilation of over forty essays, both written and photographic, which seek to present the complexities of the built environment and the deep structures of divisive spatial planning in South Africa".

Drawings by Moshekwa Langa. Photo-essays include "Appropriated Spaces" by Santu Mofokeng, "Silence!" by Joachim Schönfeldt, "Offices" by David Goldblatt, "House Martienssen" by Jo Ractliffe, "Carltonville" by Jodi Bieber, "Environmental Portraits" by Zwelethu Mthethwa, "Rural in Urban" by Chris Ledochowski, "Armed Responses" by Mark Lewis, "Inner City" by Themba Hadebe, "Steinkopf Community Centre" by Angela Buckland, "My Porzie, My Zla, My Koesta" by Rafs Mayet.

Essays include'"Whited Sepulchres: on the reluctance of monuments" by David Bunn, "Game Lodges and Leisure Colonialists" by Njabulo Ndebele, "Take Your Body Where It Has Never Been Before" by Marlene van Niekerk, "Does Size Matter? The apartheid state's powers of penetration" by Deborah Posel, "Erasing Roadmarkings, Cnrs Bezuidenhout and Jeppe Streets" by Stephen Hobbs, "Street Addresses, Johannesburg" by Ivan Vladislavíc, "Apartheid and the Death of South African Cities" by Achmat Dangor, "Interiors, District Six, c.1950" by Shamiel Jeppe, "The Social Programme of the South African Modern Movement" by Derek Japha, "'Fort Ende Thuijn': the years of Dutch Colonization" by Karel Schoeman, and much more.
Kally (R.) photo. & Rajab (K.) text MEMORY AGAINST FORGETTING, the work of Ranjith Kally, a photographic journey through South Africa's history 1946-2010, essays by Kalim Rajab, words as told to Kalim Rajab by Ranjith Kally
194pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2014. R345
A collection of photographs by photojournalist Ranjith Kally. Kally was born in Durban in 1925. He worked for the Golden City Post and for Drum magazine between 1955 and 1985. In 2013 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Literature by the University of KwaZulu-Natal and the Living Legend Award by the eThekwini municipality.

Kennedy (L.) & Patrick (C.) eds. THE VIOLENCE OF THE IMAGE, photography and international conflict
274pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, London & New York, 2014. R320
A collection of essays on "the role of image producers and the functions of photographic imagery in the documentation of wars, violent conflict and human rights issues" from the back cover

Includes the essay, "Ruins and Traces: exhibiting conflict in Guy Tillim's 'Leopold and Mobutu'" by Caitlin Patrick

Caitlin Patrick is currently based at King's College London as Research Methods Co-ordinator for the King's Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Centre.
Liam Kennedy is Professor of American Studies and Director of the Clinton Institute for American Studies at University College Dublin.
King (L.) photo. SOMETIMES I MAKE MONEY ONE DAY OF THE WEEK,
91pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2015. R405
A series of photographs taken between 2011 and 2014 at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange by Lisa King. The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange was the last stock exchange to trade manually.

Includes the essay, "Surviving the Zeros at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange" by Sean Christie.

Lisa King was born in Harare. She is completing her MA at the Wits School of Arts. "Sometimes I Make Money One Day of the Week" was named Juror’s Pick in the 2014 Daylight Photo Awards.

Zimbabwe-born Sean Christie has been published in numerous publications, including the Mail & Guardian and African Cities Reader. He received the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa Fellowship in Foreign Policy in 2011, the Thelma Tyfield Prize for Fiction (2001) and the Caxton Press Writer of the Year Award (2010).
Knape (G.) ed. ERNEST COLE, photographer
263 pp., oblong 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Göttingen, 2010. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Hasselblad Foundation, Göteborg, Sweden, 2010. The exhibition and book were created around a collection of extremely rare prints, most of them made by Cole himself and most never previously exhibited.

Includes the essays:
"Ernest Cole in the House of Bondage" by Struan Robertson,
"A Slight Small Youngster with an Enormous Rosary: Ernest Cole's documentation of apartheid" by Ivor Powell,
"Notes on the Life of Ernest Cole (1940-1990)" by Gunilla Knape.

Ernest Cole left South Africa in 1966, carrying thousands of his photographs documenting the lives and experiences of black people living in apartheid South Africa. His book of photographs, "House of Bondage", was published in the USA in 1967 and immediately banned in South Africa. He died in New York after more than twenty-five years in exile, never having returned to South Africa and leaving no known negatives and few prints of his work. "Tio fotografer", an association of photographers with whom Cole worked when he lived in Stockholm from 1969 to 1975, received a collection of his prints and later donated them to the Hasselblad Foundation. it is these prints which form the core of this exhibition.
Kovacs (A.) ANIMALS IN PHOTOGRAPHS,
111pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Los Angeles, 2015. R575
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, "In Focus: Animalia", J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2015.

All the photographs are drawn from the holdings of The J. Paul Getty Museum. Photographers include Daniel Naudé and Pieter Hugo.

Includes the essay, "Sit,Stay, Pose: photographing animals" by Arpad Kovas, assistant curator in the Department of Photographs at The J. Paul Getty Museum.
Krijno (N.) photo. & Leifheit (M.) & van Wyk (R.) text SYNONYM STUDY,
215pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, (Cape Town), 2014. R945
Nico Krijno was born in South Africa in 1981 and lives and works outside Cape Town.

He explores photography "at the blurry intersection of collage, painting, sculpture and performance...With a background in theatre and experimental video, Nico Krijno switched camps to the field of visual arts around 2008. His performance-based photographic practice is realised in a variety of media, from sculpture, participatory installation and video." from Krijno's website
Krijno (N.) photo. & O'Toole (S.) curator NEW GESTURES,
84pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Bentivoglio, 2016. R650
Nico Krijno was born in South Africa in 1981 and lives and works outside Cape Town.

He explores photography "at the blurry intersection of collage, painting, sculpture and performance...With a background in theatre and experimental video, Nico Krijno switched camps to the field of visual arts around 2008. His performance-based photographic practice is realised in a variety of media, from sculpture, participatory installation and video." from Krijno's website

Includes an essay by Sophie Wright.
Krinjo (N.) photo. HOW TO LEAVE YOUR BODY BEHIND,
138pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, No Place, 2019. R650
Nico Krijno was born in South Africa in 1981 and lives and works outside Cape Town.

He explores photography "at the blurry intersection of collage, painting, sculpture and performance...With a background in theatre and experimental video, Nico Krijno switched camps to the field of visual arts around 2008. His performance-based photographic practice is realised in a variety of media, from sculpture, participatory installation and video." from Krijno's website
Kumalo (A.) photo. & Wanner (Z.) text 8115, A PRISONER'S HOME,
159 pp., illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2010. R250
A selection of Alf Kumalo's photographs of the Mandela family and their home in Vilikazi Street in Soweto, now a South African heritage site and museum, taken between 1946 and 1994.
Kurgan (T.) EVERYONE IS PRESENT, essays on photography, memory and family
276pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2018. R460
In this collection of essays that are part memoir, part travelogue, part analysis Terry Kurgan presents a family snapshot made by her Polish grandfather in 1939 on the eve of WWII as "a repository of multiple histories — public, private, domestic, familial and generational" and goes on to explore how photographs work: "what they conceal, how they mislead, what provocations they contain". from the inside front cover

"Kurgan has achieved something rare in this book: a truly dynamic fusion of text and image. She brings a deep knowledge of craft to everyday images, whether she’s teasing fugitive meanings from a creased pre-war snapshot or taking the pulse of an apparently impersonal digital image. The result is both a moving family memoir and an illuminating reflection on photography and memory." Ivan Vladislavić, author of "Portrait with Key" and "Double Negative"

"On the basis of a detailed war-time diary and a collection of family photos left by her grandfather, Terry Kurgan builds a gripping family memoir/detective story that takes us from Poland through Romania, Turkey and India to South Africa. Balancing her account of this global Jewish refugee journey with illuminating microscopic readings of seemingly ordinary images, Kurgan invites us into the intimacies of family in conditions of extremity, even as she zooms out again to explore the revelatory power and the frustrating limits of photographs in our search for the textures of past lives." Marianne Hirsch, author of "The Generation of Postmemory: Writing and Visual Culture after the Holocaust"

Artist and writer Terry Kurgan has won the FNB Vita Art Prize and the inaugural Mbokoda Photography Award. Her previous books are "Johannesburg Circa Now" (co-edited with Jo Rachtliffe) and "Hotel Yeoville". She lives in Johannesburg.
Lacagnina (S.) & Fuchs (R.) curators MARLENE DUMAS + MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM,
111 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cologne, 2005. R350
Catalogue of the joint exhibitions, "Con Vista al Celestiale", Siracusa Contemporary Art Center, Montevergini, June 2004 & "Hin und Weiter", BAWAG Foundation, Vienna, September 2004. The selection of works changed slightly for the second exhibiton, in reaction to the space.

"Con Vista al Celestiale" means "with a view towards the elevated" & "Hin und Weiter" means "from here and further".
Lampbrecht (Andrew) MUSE, an exhibition by Ed Young
60 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2003. OUT OF PRINT
Cataogue of the exhibition, Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town, 2003.
Lamprecht (Andrew) ASSHOLE, an artwork by Ed Young
58 pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2003. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town, 2003.
Larkin (J.) photo. TALES FROM THE CITY OF GOLD,
94pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Berlin, 2013. R1100
A series of photographs taken on on and around Johannesburg's mine dumps by Jason Larkin, a British photographer.

Includes the essays:
"The Reef & the City" by Mara Kardas-Nelson
"All That Glitters" by Julian Rodriguez.
Larkin (J.) photo. WAITING,
30pp., colour illus., paperback , Johannesburg, 2015. R250
A collection of photographs of people waiting for public transport, taken in Johannesburg between 2013 and 2015.

While visiting South Africa in 2012, British photographer Jason Larkin was struck by sense of people waiting: for jobs, for opportunities, for social and political change. For him, these photographs of people waiting for transport are a metaphor for this larger waiting.
Larkin (J.) photo. & Shenker (J.) text PLATINUM,
38pp. booklet + 4 large 4to. folded colour posters, held together by elastic band in cardboard cover, Johannesburg, 2015. OUT OF PRINT
British photographer Jason Larkin and journalist Jack Shenker examine the Marikana massacre and the physical and political context in which it occured. Jason Larkin’s photographs of the people and the landscape of the platinum belt around Rustenburg accompany Jack Shenker’s essay, "Marikana", on the massacre.
Larrabee (S.) text & photo. CONSTANCE STUART LARRABEE WWII PHOTO JOURNAL,
48 pp., 4to., illus, paperback, Washington, D.C., 1989. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1989.
Introduction by Susan Fischer Sterling. Includes extracts from Constance Stuart Larrabee's World War II journal.
Larrabee was South Africas first woman war correspondent for Libertas magazine. She travelled to Egypt, Italy, France and England in 1944 and 1945.
Lawson (L.) DAVID GOLDBLATT, 55
125 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, London, 2001. OUT OF PRINT
A pocket-sized book that reproduces 55 of David Goldblatt's key works. Introduction and extended captions by Lesley Lawson.
Leist (R.) ANOTHER COUNTRY, South Africa: new portraits
239 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus. hardback, d.w., Johanesburg, 2014. R450
"Another Country" is a follow-up to Reiner Leist's "South Africa: blue portraits", published in 1993. Black and white portraits taken in 1993 are followed by new colour portraits, and accompanied by edited versions of new interviews in which the subjects speak about what has changed for them personally, and in the country, since the original photographs were taken.

Includes portraits of and interviews with: Ray Alexander, Jack & Mary Simons, William Kentridge, David Goldblatt, Franklin Sonn, Bulelani Ngcuka, Annette Seegers & Hlonipha Mokoena Albertina, Walter & Ayanda Sisulu, Nelson Mandela & Ndaba Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Amina & Yusuf Cachalia, Damon Galgut, and Gcina Mhlope.

Reiner Leist is a graduate of Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, the Akademie de Bildenden Kűnste Műnchen and the School of Visual Arts, New York. He teaches Visual Art at Hunter College, The City University of New York.
Lewis (M.) photo. & Zack (T.) text JOHANNESBURG. MADE IN CHINA, book 9/10, Wake Up, This is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
27pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R250
Documents professional shoppers - mostly women- who enter South Africa in search of high quality goods in Johannesburg's inner city for their customers back home in Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, and other African countries.
Lewis (M.) photo. & Zack (T.) text MASTER MANSIONS, book 8/10, Wake Up, This is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
33pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R240
Mark Lewis' photographs and Tanya Zack's text document Master Mansions, a seven-storey structure built at the intersection of West and Commissioner Streets by Bhikha Uka Prajapati in the 1930s to house the family's hat factory. The building included a rooftop garden and a private Hindu temple, the first in Johannesburg. The family were forced to relocate by the Group Areas Act. The hat factory closed in 2007 and the building is now an apartment block
Lewis (M.) photo. & Zack (T.) text UNDERCITY, book 10/10, Wake Up, This is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
35pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2018. R225
Photographer Mark Lewis and writer Tanya Jack interview and photograph 'artisanal miners' or 'Zama Zamas', men who use an ancient pick and shovel method to extract the gold that remains from the mine dumps and in the abandoned shafts beneath Johannesburg.

Text in English and Zulu.
Lewis (M.) photo. & Zack (T.) text TEA AT ANSTEY'S, book 6/10, Wake Up, This is Joburg, a ten book series of Johannesburg stories
35pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2015. R240
Mark Lewis' photographs and Tanya Zack's text document Anstey's, an iconic art deco building in the Johannesburg inner city. Once the tallest residential building in Africa, Anstey's has been part of the various transformations of the inner city. At present, a uniquely mixed community resides in the building.
Lichtenstein (A.) & Halpern (R.) Margaret Bourke-White and the Dawn of Apartheid,
127pp, 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Bloomington, 2016. R795
In 1949 Life magazine sent photographer Margaret Bourke-White to South Africa to record the early days of apartheid. The magazine published two photo essays highlighting her photographs, but much of her South African work remained unpublished, until now.

Includes the essays:
"South Africa at the Crossroads" by Rick Halpern
"From Cleveland to Johannesburg: Margaret Bourke-White's journey to South Africa" by Alex Lichtenstein.
Lurie (D.) photo. CAPE TOWN FRINGE, Manenberg Avenue is where it's happening
128 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2004. R550
David Lurie spent 6 months between 2001and 2003 taking photographs in and around Manenbeg Avenue in Manenberg, a dormitory township on the Cape Flats known as much for its poverty, gang violence and crime as for it's vibrant street life.

Includes an introduction, "Cape Town Fringe" by Shamil Jeppe as well as extracts from interviews with Manenberg residents. Interviews with Rashied Staggie, former leader of the "Hard Livings" gang, by Shawn Uys and Henriette Geldenhuys.
Lurie (D.) photo. IMAGES OF TABLE MOUNTAIN,
131 pp., 4to., map, illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2006. R550
David Lurie, photographer, was born in Cape Town and now lives in London. The photographs in this book were taken between October 2001 & Janurary 2006.

Includes .the essay, "Shadow of the Mountain" by Ashraf Jamal.
Maart (B.) & Lemon (T.) eds. SHARP, the Market Photography Workshop
104 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2002. R310
Introduction by David Goldblatt, one of the founders of the Market Photography Workshop in 1988.
Photography and text by photographers who studied at the Workshop, including Ruth Motau and Jodi Bieber.
MacGarry (M.) THE REPUBLIC OF LUANDA,
144 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2011. R350
A collection of photographs taken by Michael MacGarry in Luanda, July-August 2009 and November-December 2010.
Macilau (M.) photo. GROWING IN DARKNESS,
177pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Berlin, 2016. R1100
Photographs of street children in Maputo. Includes short essays by Roger Ballen, Mia Couto, Simon Njami and Mário Macilau.

Text in English, Portuguese and French.

Mário Macilau (b.1984) lives and works in Maputo, Mozambique. He specializes in long term projects that focus on the social and environmental conditions in Mozambique. He has won several photography awards, including the 2015 European Union Award for Environment, the 2014 UNESCO-Ashberg Award for Artists, and the 2014 Africa Cantre Award for Visual Art.
Magnin (A.) curator AFRICAN ART NOW, masterpieces from the Jean Pigozzi Collection
224 pp., map, colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2005. R495
Published to accompany the exhibition, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 2005.

Artists include Willie Bester and Esther Mahlangu.

Foreword by Peter Marzio. Essays include "How Contemporary African Art Comes to the West" by Thomas McEvilley and "Always Something New: an African-American response to contemporary African culture" by Alvia J. Wardlaw. In "Two Conversations" Jean Pigozzi answers questions from André Magnin, Alison de Lima Greene and Alvia J.Wardlaw.
Magubane (P.) photo. AFRICAN RENAISSANCE,
168 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2000. OUT OF PRINT
Text by Sandra Klopper.
Documents contemporary rural life in South Africa: traditional styles of dress, beadwork and other forms of adornment, rites of passage, artistic traditions and the murals and vernacular forms of architecture practiced in rural areas across the country.
Magubane (P.) photo. MAN OF THE PEOPLE, a photographic tribute to Nelson Mandela
204 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback,d.w., Johannesburg, 2008. R300
Photographer Peter Magubane began his career in 1954 with Drum magazine. He joined the Rand Daily Mail newspaper in 1966. He spent a total of 586 days in solitary confinement and was banned as a photographer for five years. In 1990 he was selected as Nelson Mandela's official photographer to chronicle South Africa's transition to democracy. He has published sixteen other books of photography, including "Vanishing Cultures of South Africa", "AmaNdebele", "Africa's Undiscovered People" and "Bantwane".

Includes the essays, "Through the Lens of a Resilient Storyteller" by Melanie Lawrence,
"'The Goodest Man in the World'" by Raymond Louw, and
"Generosity of Spirit" by Benjamin Pogrund.
Magubane (P.) photo. & Latagomo (J.) text JUNE 16,
255pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2016. R790
Foreword by Winnie Madikizela Mandela.

A collection of photographs by Peter Magubane, taken on June 16th 1976, published to mark the 40th anniversary of the Soweto uprising.

Photographer Peter Magubane began his career in 1954 with Drum magazine. He joined the Rand Daily Mail newspaper in 1966. He spent a total of 586 days in solitary confinement and was banned as a photographer for five years. In 1990 he was selected as Nelson Mandela's official photographer to chronicle South Africa's transition to democracy. He has published sixteen other books of photography, including "Vanishing Cultures of South Africa", "AmaNdebele", "Africa's Undiscovered People", "Bantwane" and "Man of the People, a photographic tribute to Nelson Mandela".
Journalist Joe Latakgomo co-ordinated the coverage of the Soweto uprising and syndicated the story for the Argus Newspaper Group. In 1990 he was awarded the Nieman Fellowship for Journalism at Harvard University. He was the founding editor of The Sowetan, worked at The Star and the Argus Africa News Service. He is also the author of "Mzansi Magic, struggle, betrayal and glory, the story of South African soccer".
Makhubu (N.) & Mabaso (N.) curators FANTASTIC, Jelili Atiku, Dineo Seshee Bopape, Kudzanai Chiurai, Andrew Esiebo, Milumbe Haimbe, Aida Muluneh, Terence Nance, Tracey Rose, Zina Saro-Wiwa, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum
125pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2015. R560
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, 2015.

This exhibition and the inter-disciplinary colloquium, presented by Michaelis Galleries and the Centre for Curating the Archives, focused on the fantastic in contemporary art and visual culture.

Includes the essays:
"Fantastic Defiance" by Nomusa Makhubu
"The Search for Transcendence" by Nkule Mabaso.
Makhubu (N.) photo. & text & Erdmann (H.) text INTERTWINED, a selection of photographs by Namusa Makhubu, 2005 to 2017
72pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2017. R285
Catalogue of the exhibition, Johannes Stegman Art Gallery, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, 2017.

Nomusa Makhubu was born in 1984.In 2006 she won the ABSA L'Atelier, Gerard Sekoto Prize and the Rhodes Amnesty International Woman of the Year Award in the "Art" category. She is Chairperson of Africa South Art Initiative (ASAI), a member of the South AFrican Young Academy of Science (SAYAS), a fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies and an Abe Bailey fellow.
Market Photo Workshop IDENTIKIT,
113pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R280
Catalogue of the exhibition of photographs, Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2012.

Contributions include:
"Figuring Identity in the Eye of the Lens" by Mika Conradie
"There is Always Time to Play Hide and Seek" by Raimi Gbadamosi
"Some Deleted Scenes" by Kemang Wa Lehulere
"My Brother is Dying" by Sean O'Toole
"This is Me & This is Me" by Willem Polelier
"Arthole: readings from within the abyss" by Tracey Rose.
Market Photo Workshop JOBURG-PHOTO-HARARE PROJECT,
125pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2014. R280
The photographers featured in this booklet all participated in an extended masterclass held in Johannesburg and Harare in 2012 and 2013, a collaboration between Market Photo Workshop and Gwanza Arts.

Contributions include:
"Joburg-Photo-Harare: an experiment in the non-formal, cross-border and multi-cultural" by Fouad Asfour
"Brief Overview of Photography in Zimbabwe" by Calvin Dondo.

Also includes brief comments by each of the participating photographers.
Market Photo Workshop SHOW US OUR LAND,
69pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R240
A selection of photographs received by Market Photo Workshop in response to a competition entitled Show Us Our Land, which invited South Africans to take images that respond to their understanding of social landscape.

Includes the essays:
"The Mundanity of Smart-Phones as the Death of 'Proper' Photography vs. Mundanity as the Proper Subject of Photography." by Sean Jacobs
"Contours of Morality" by Khwezi Gule
"Land and Identity within the Rastafari Community of South Africa" by Mphutlane wa Bofelo.
Martin (M.) & Weinberg (P.) curators THE THINKING EYE, photographs by Neville Dubow
98pp., 4to., illus, paperback, Cape Town, 2015. R355
Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town, 2015.

Contributions include:
"'Prof' Dubow, the Museum Director from 1971 to 1998" by Christopher Peter
"Neville Dubow" by Saul and Jessica Dubow
"Neville Dubow - for the sake of art, education and freedom of expression" by Marilyn Martin
"Neville Dubow - unframed" by Paul Weinberg
"Teach On" by Daniël Geldenhuys
"The Neville Dubow Adventure" by Antonia Bamford.

Neville Dubow (1933-2008) qualified as an architect and practised between 1956 and 1961 with Sir Maxwell Fry in London and with Revel Fox in Cape Town. He joined the staff of the Michaelis School of Fine Art in 1962 and was chair from 1971 to 1988. He was also founding director of the University of Cape Town's Irma Stern Museum.
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.
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, 2018
137pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, (2018). R195
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town, 2018.

Foreword by Berni Searle, Director of Michaelis School of Fine Art. Includes the essay, On Borders and Ruptures by Thuli Gamedze.
Michaelis School of Fine Art GRADUATE EXHIBITION, 2012
237 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition of work by Bachelor of Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma graduates, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, 2012.

Contributions include a preface by Stephen Inggs and the essays, "Michaelis Graduates of 2012, 10 year reunion" by Helen Teede, and "37" by Gavin Younge.
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.
Michaelis School of Fine Art MICHAELIS GRADUATE EXHIBITION 2013,
143 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2013. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition of work by Bachelor of Fine Art and Postgraduate Diploma graduates, Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, 2013.

Contributions include a preface by Stephen Inggs, an introduction by Fritha Langerman, and statements by the artists.
Mofokeng (S.) & , Chuang (J.) eds. SANTU MOFOKENG, Stories: Concert at Sewefontein/ Funeral/ 27 April 1994
34pp. + 43pp. + 34pp., 4to., illus., paperbacks, in brown envelope , Göttingen, 2016. R1450
The next 3 books in the photobook series, Santu Mofokeng Stories. The photographs in books 2-4 were all taken in Bloemhof, an agricultural town in the North West, and focus on the Maine family, with whom Santu Mofokeng stayed while working as a documentary photographer for the University of the Witwatersrand.

The photographs in "Concert at Sewefontein" (book 2) show the tenant labour community of Bloemhof singing and performing. "Funeral" (book 3) records the burial of farm resident Miriam Maine, and "27 April 1994" (book 4), captures Bloemhof residents participating in South Africa’s first democratic elections.
Mofokeng (S.) photo. & Campbell (J.T.) text SANTU MOFOKENG, The Black Photo Album/ Look at Me: 1890-1950
144 pp., illus., hardback, New York, Göttingen & Johannesburg, 2013. R699
"The Black Photo Album/ Look at Me: 1890-1950" was originally published as a slide projection for the Johannesburg Biennale in 1997.

"'The Black Photo Album/ Look at Me: 1890-1950' is drawn from an ongoing research project. The project seeks to create an archive of images that black working and middle-class families commissioned during the period 1890-1950 and the stories about the subjects of the photographs." Santu Mofokeng

Includes an essay, "African Subjects", by James T.Campbell.

Photographer Santu Mokokeng was born in 1956 in Johannesburg, where he currently lives and works. He won the Ernest Cole Scholarship in 1991 and studies at the International Centre for Photography in New York. HE was the first Mother Jones Award winner for Africa in 1992. In 1998 he received the Kűnsthalle Worpswede Fellowship, and three years later of the DAAD Fellowship, both in Germany.
Mofokeng (S.), Chuang (J.) & Bart (L.) eds. SANTU MOFOKENG, Stories No. 1, Train Church
92pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Göttingen, 2015. R895
A series of photographs taken over a few weeks in 1986 on the Soweto-Johannesburg commuter line.

This book is the first in a series.

"Early morning, late-afternoon and evening commuters preach the gospel in trains en route to and from work...Foot stomping and gyrating - a packed train is turned into a church.." Santu Mofokeng
Mofokeng (Santu) photo. A SILENT SOLITUDE, photographs 1982-2011, edited by Simon Njami
255pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Milan, 2016. R1200
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Modena, Foro Boario, 2016.

Includes an essay by Simon Njami.

Text in English and Italian.

Photographer Santu Mokokeng was born in 1956 in Johannesburg, where he currently lives. He won the Ernest Cole Scholarship in 1991 and was the first Mother Jones Award winner for Africa in 1992. In 1998 he received the Kűnsthalle Worpswede Fellowship, and three years later of the DAAD Fellowship, both in Germany.
Morton (C.) & Newbury (D.) eds. THE AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE, research and curatorial strategies
245pp., illus., paperback, Reprint, London & New York, (2015) 2016. R580
“This exciting collection treats photographic images and archives as messages offered to an unknown future. Traces of past events become revelatory in the hands of these stellar contributors. This is a book that should be read by everyone interested in the potential of new practices of visual history.” Christopher Pinney, Professor of Anthropology and Visual Culture at University College London

“This is a timely and ground-breaking collection of essays that focuses on the construction of the African photographic archive as a contested, critical site of collection, reflection and re-invention. In eleven distinctive and finely-honed studies, the archive is stretched and extended – both geographically and theoretically – so that it ranges from the vernacular to the official, the ephemeral to the artistic, while opening up to question the very terms that it puts into place.” – Tamar Garb, Durning Lawrence Professor in the History of Art at University College London

Contributions include:
"Vernacular Recollections and Popular Photography in South Africa" by John Peffer
"Searching for the 'Source Community': The Ronald Ngilima Photographic Archive and the politics of local history in post-apartheid South Africa" by Sophie Feyder
"Going and Coming Back: curating the post-apartheid archive" by Darren Newbury
"Okombone: compound portraits and photographic archives in Namibia" by Patricia Hayes.

Christopher Morton is Curator of Photograph and Manuscript Collection, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, and Lecturer in Visual and Material Anthropology, University of Oxford.
Darren Newbury is Professor of Photographic History and Director of Postgraduate Studies in the College of Arts and Humanities, University of Brighton.
Muponde (R.) & Laurence (E.) eds. WHILE THE HARVEST ROTS, possessing worlds of Kudzanai Chiurai's art
147pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2017. R1155
Contributions include:
"Text and Token: repetition and transformation in Kudzanai's English Garden" by Robert Muponde
"City Fabric: Kudzanai Chiurai's paintings of inner city Johannesburg" by Thabisani Ndovu
"Stains, Beads and Logos: the elegance of horror in Kudzanai Chiurai's art" by Jessica Hemmings
"The Soil is Alive: the female nomad and Chiurai's eco-gothic landscapes" by Emma Laurence
"Black Power Next Door: hip hop and Chiurai's work" by Nolan Dennis.

Kudzanai Chiurai was born in 1981 in Zimbabwe. Currently he lives and works in Johannesburg.
Muponde (R.C.) Patel (N.) & Marie (Z.) eds. NEWWORK 12,
118 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2012. R265
Catalogue of the exhibition, Wits School of Arts, Johannesburg, 2012.

This catalogue documents the work of the 2012 graduating BA Fine Arts group in the Division of Visual Arts at the Wits School of Arts.
Nabil (Youssef) photo. SLEEP IN MY ARMS,
88 pp., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2007. R250
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, 2007.

Foreword by Tracy Emin. Includes the essays, "Waiting" by Mark Sealy, "Not As They Seem" by Michael Stevenson & "The Diary of Youssef Nabil" by Simon Njami (in French and English).

Youssef Nabil was born in Cairo in 1972. He was awarded the Seydou Keita Prize for portraiture at the Biennal of African Photography in Mali in 2003.
Naudé (D.) ANIMAL FARM,
147 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Munich, 2012. R550
A collection of photographs of domestic animals, mainly dogs with a few farm animals, taken in different parts of rural South Africa between 2009 and 2011.

Includes the essays "Progression from a First Encounter" by Daniel Naudé and "Meeting Points" by Martin Barnes.

Daniel Naudé was born in 1984 in Cape Town. He has held a number of solo exhibitions and was included in Foam magazine's 2009 "Talent" issue.


Naudé (D.) photo. SIGHTINGS OF THE SACRED, cattle in Uganda, Madagascar and India
148pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Munich, etc., 2016. R800
Photographer Daniel Naudé was born in 1984 in Cape Town, and lives there. His first book of photographs, "Animal Farm", was published in 2012.
Naughten (J.) photo & text & Marten (L.) text CONFLICT AND COSTUME, the Herero tribe of Namibia
105 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London & New York, 2013. OUT OF PRINT
A collection of photographs of Herero men and women in traditional dress, taken in various desert locations around Namibia.

Introduction by Lutz Marten, who places the dress in its historical context.

Photographer Jim Naughten is based in London.
Lutz Marten is Professor of General and African Linguistics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
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.
Ncgobo (G.) curator DON'T / PANIC,
108 pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2011. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Durban Art Gallery, 2011.

'DON'T/PANIC' was an exhibition that engaged artists dealing with the current ecological situation, and was timed to coincide with the COP17 Climate Change conference, which took place in Durban at the end of 2011.

South African artists include Dineo Seshee Bopape, David Koloane, Moshekwa Langa, Thando Mama, Penny Siopis, and Clive van den Berg.

Contributions include:
"DON'T/PANIC" by Gabi Ngcobo
"The Kilimanjaro Ice Coffee Expedition" by Sean O'Toole
"Pushing the On/Off Buttons of our Consciousness" by Jyoti Mistry
Njami (S.) curator and ed. AFRIQUES CAPITALES/ CAPITAL AFRICAS,
207pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Berlin, 2017. R590
Catalogue of the exhibitions, La Villette, Paris, and Gare Saint Sauveur, Lille, 2017.

Includes Simon Gush, William Kentridge, Nandipha Mntambo, Guy Tillim, James Webb, Nicholas Hlobo, Tracey Rose, and many others.

Text in French and English.
Nunn (C.) photo. UNSETTLED, the 100 Year War of Resistance by Xhosa against Boer and Brit
164pp., oblong 4to., illus., paperback, New York, 2015. R550
Cedric Nunn's photo essay attempts to reclaim the lost history of the Xhosa resistance against the colonising forces in the Eastern Cape by engaging with the landscape where the Frontier Wars took place.

Foreword by Zakes Mda. Introduction by Jeff Peires. Afterword by M. Neelika Jayawardane.

Cedric Nunn was born in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal in 1957. He moved to Johannesburg in 1982, and became one of the prominent photographers documenting resistance to apartheid. He co-founded Afrapix, a photographic collective that supplied newspapers outside South Africa with images of the struggle, with Paul Weinberg, Peter Mackenzie and Omar Badsha. He was also Director of Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg from 1998 to 2000. In 2011 Nunn was awarded the first First National Bank Joburg Art Fair Award.
Nwagbogu (A.) ed. AFRICA UNDER THE PRISM, contemporary African photography from LagosPhoto Festival
485pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Ostfildern, 2015. R850
Published in conjunction with the 2015 LagosPhoto Festival.

Includes work from the LagosPhoto Festivals 2010-2014. Photographers include Viviane Sassen, Jodi Bieber, Daniel Naudé, Kudzanai Chiurai, Mary Sibande and Hans Wilschut.
O'Toole (S.) text & photo. THE MAGIC OF STONES,
36pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2019. R130
A chapbook about a failed Japanese cycling expedition, heartbreak, and the attractions of stones.

Arts journalist Sean O’Toole is a PhD candidate in the Department of English Literature at the University of Cape Town. He is working on a research study on the intersection of literary fiction and art criticism, focusing on the writings of Ivan Vladislavić. He is co-editor of Cityscapes, a magazine project of the African Centre for Cities, and a past editor of Art South Africa. He has published a collection of short stories, The Marquis of Mooikloof and Other Stories, which included a story awarded the HSBC/SA Pen Award.
Oberholzer (O.) photo. & text OBIE, a photographic story book
248pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2016. R500
Photographer Obie Oberholzer's latest collection of photographs, taken on his travels around the world. Obie Oberholzer's other books include "Beyond Bagamoyo", "Raconteur Road", "The Hotazel Years" and "Diesel & Dust".
Oosthuizen (A.) BRIEWE UIT DIE TANKWA,
184 pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2013. R415
A collection of photographs by Adriaan Oosthuizen, taken while travelling the smaller roads between Ceres and Calvinia, through the desert region known as the Tankwa-Karoo. He visited farms in the area and photographed the inhabitants, the spectacular landscape and indigenous flora. In the accompanying text Leti Kleyn describes her visits to this area of South Africa and farm labourer Dawid Slinger shares memories and stories from his life.

Text in Afrikaans.
Palmer (R.) photo. SPOOR,
108pp., colour illus., hardback, d.w., London, 2019. R785
"During several visits to South Africa (2014-2018) I drove along minor roads through the country's nine provinces. My aim was to follow rural rail routes between towns and settlements as closely as possible. From the 550 or so places where I stopped to make pictures, 88 daylight images are presented here in ten series." Roger Palmer

Roger Palmer was born in Portsmouth and has worked as an artist and teacher since the 1970s. He is Emeritus Professor at the Univerity of Leeds where he was Chair of Fine Art from 2005-2012. He lives in Glasgow. In 1987 he was awarded the Bill Brandt Prize for "Precious Metals", his first project in South Africa. His books include Circulation, Jetty and Phosphorescence.
Parr (M.) curator DAVID GOLDBLATT, photographs
255 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Rome, 2006. OUT OF PRINT
Published in conjunction with the travelling exhibition first shown in Arles at the Recontres Internationales de la Photographie, 2006.

Essays by Lionel Abrahams (1983) & Rory Bester. Photographs selected from the books "Some Afrikaners Photographed (1975), "Particulars (2003), "In Boksburg" (1982), "The Transported of KwaNdebele" (1989), South Africa the Structure of Things Then" (1998), "Soweto", a photo-essay published in 1972 in "Optima", and "Intersections - Joburg" and "Intersections - Municipal Officials", two ongoing bodies of work some of which was published in the book "Intersections" in 2005.
Paul (D.) photo. BROKEN LAND,
103pp., oblong 4to., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2019. R380
Daylin Paul won the 2017 Ernest Cole Award for his project called "Broken Land". The photographs were taken in Mpumalanga and document "the cost of extracting and burning coal, an indictment against any notion of 'clean coal' and a testimony to the reality of those living close to the coal." from Paul's foreword

There are nine active fuel burning coal stations in Mpumalanga.

Includes an introduction by Cedric Nunn.

Daylin Paul was born in Overport, Durban, in 1985, and raised in Reservoir Hills and Chatsworth. He started working as a photographer for the Daily Voice", the Cape Times and the Cape Argus before moving to Johannesburg in 2015 to further his practice as a freelance photographer.
Peffer (J.) & Cameron (E.L.) eds. PORTRAITURE & PHOTOGRAPHY IN AFRICA,
452 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Bloomington, 2013. R495
A collection of essays that interpret the cultural and historical roles of photography in Africa.

Contributions include:
"Introduction: the study of photographic portraiture in Africa" by John Peffer
"The Fieldworker and the Portrait: the social relations of photography" by Z.S.Strother
"Portrait Photography in a Postcolonial Age: how beauty tells the truth" by Liam Buckley
"Likeness or Not: musings on portraiture in canonical African art and its implications for African portrait photography" by Jean Borgatti.

"A timely contribution to the rapidly expanding field of African photography that offers a variety of innovative perspectives on African photographic portraiture by leading voices in the field as well as newcomers to it." Lisa Aronson, Skidmore College

John Peffer is Associate Professor of Art History at Ramapo College.
Elisabeth Cameron is Associate Professor and the Patricia and Rowland Rebele Endowed Chair in the History of Art and Visual Culture, Department of Art and Visual Culture, University of California, Santa Cruz.
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.
Perryer (S.) ed. SUMMER 2008/9 PROJECTS,
80 pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2008. OUT OF STOCK
Catalogue of the exhibition, Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, November 2008-January 2009.

The artists featured are Paul Edmunds, David Goldblatt, Odili Donald Odita, Nicholas Hlobo, Andrew Putter, Deborah Poynton, Youseff Nabil, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi and Daniel Naudé.
Pettersson (P-A.) photo. RAINBOW TRANSIT,
159 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Stockport, 2013. R589
Photographer Per-Anders Pettersson arrived in South Africa in the spring of 1994 and spent the next two decades documenting the lives of ordinary South Africans.
Pierce (T.) photo. THE HORSEMEN OF SEMONKONG,
30pp., colour illus., paperback, Aachen, 2017. R185
Catalogue of the exhibition, ARTCO Gallery, Aachen, Germany, 2017.

British photographer Thom Pierce was born in Jersey in 1978 and currently lives in Cape Town. In May 2016 he travelled into the Drakensberg mountains of Lesotho to photograph the horsemen and herders of the Semonkong region.

Includes the essay, "Meet the Shepherds of the Lesotho Highlands" by Will McGrath.
Popovitch (M.) et al (eds.) CALVIN DONDO, Hodhii Zimbabwe
120pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Bruxelles, No Date. R935
Photographer and curator Calvin Dondo was born in 1963. He represented Zimbabwe at the 54th Venice Biennale and has exhibited at the Havana Biennale, and Bamako. He has won the Konrad Adenauer Special Press Prize and the Seydoou Keita Prize at Bamako (2007).

Text in English, Dutch, French and German.
Ractliffe (J.) photo. SIGNS OF LIFE,
98pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2019. R865
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Stevenson, Cape Town, 2019.

Jo Ractliffe introduced the exhibition as follows:
"In 2015 I sustained an injury that altered my life and the way I see things. Consequently, my photography has shifted away from the research-based, extended photo essay, which required lengthy and repeated journeys into the landscape. These days I find myself working in spurts, more spontaneously and responsively, and observing the dynamics that emerge when a collection of apparently disparate images, made without a clear or sustained intention on my part, comes together. I find myself less invested in my own desires than in what the photographs appear to want from each other... Most of the photographs on this exhibition were made during the past 45 months; a few extend back as far as 1985. They come from many places: the Southern Cape, up the West Coast, to Angola and across the Atlantic to Mexico. From the mermaid in St Helena Bay to Buffel, the southern elephant seal, who journeyed some 2 100 kilometres from Marion Island to undergo his catastrophic moult on Fish Hoek beach earlier this year, this exhibition begins and ends with the sea." from the Stevenson website

Jo Ractliffe was born in 1961 in Cape Town and lives there.
Ramaphosa (C.) CATTLE OF THE AGES, Ankole cattle in South Africa, photographs by Daniel Naudé
195pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2017. R850
A celebration of the Ankole, a breed of cattle originating in Uganda and introduced into South Africa by cattle and game breeder Cyril Ramaphosa. All the photographs in this book were taken on Cyril Ramaphosa's farm, Ntaba Nyoni, in Mpumalanga province.

Photographer Daniel Naudé was born in 1984 in Cape Town, and currently lives in Stellenbosch. His previous books are "Animal Farm" and "Sightings of the Sacred: cattle in Uganda, Madagascar and India".
Cyril Ramaphosa was born in Johannesburg in 1952. In his youth he was detained several times for his anti-apartheid activities. He qualified as a lawyer, became a trade unionist, and co-founded the National Union of Mineworkers in 1982. Elected Secretary-General of the ANC after its unbanning in 1991, he became Chairman of the Constitutional Assembly, which drafted the South African Constitution. As a businessman he founded the Shanduka Group, a diversified holding company. He returned to politics full-time in 2012, was appointed Deputy President of South Africa in 2014 and elected President in 2018, following the resignation of Jacob Zuma.
Rohde (R.) & O'Connell (S.) eds. HANGING ON A WIRE, photographs by Sophia Klaase
179pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2016. R520
Sophie Klaase first used a camera in 1999, as a teenage participant in a photography project in Paulshoek, a village in Namaqualand. She continued with the project, photographing her family and people in her community, for the next 16 years.

Foreword by Zoë Wicomb. Essays by Ben Cousins, Timm Hoffman, Siona O'Connell, Virginia MacKenny and Rick Rohde.
Schadeberg (J.) THE WAY I SEE IT, a memoir
469pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2017. R310
Photographer Jürgen Schadeberg was born in Berlin in 1931. In 1950 he emigrated to South Africa and became chief photographer, picture editor and art director at “Drum” magazine. In 1964 he left South Africa and worked in London, the USA and Europe before returning to South Africa in 1985 for 22 years. Currently he lives in Spain.

“Dapper man Jürgen Schadeberg, originally from Germany, is one of the few masters in journalism who welcomed me and kicked my ass to do better when I arrived in Sin City. This memoir is a broadcast of his journey South and through continental Europe - it is a reflection of Schadeberg’s striking, interventionist, visual journalism: considerate, questioning, empathetic and ultimately beautifying.” Bongani Madondo, author of “Sigh, the Beloved Country”
Schadeberg (J.) photo. SOUTH AFRICA, six decades
272 pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Pretoria, 2013. R505
Foreword by Laura Serani.
Preface by Albie Sachs.

Jűrgen Schadeberg's compilation of six decades of his photographic work in South Africa, from the early 1950s to 2008, with commentaries.

Jürgen Schadeberg was born in Berlin in 1931. He moved to South Africa in 1950 and joined Drum magazine as official photographer. He photographed daily life among the black community and documented many historic events, including the 1952 Defiance Campaign, the 1956 Treason Trial, the Sophiatown removals, and the Sharpeville funeral of 1960. He photographed many prominent South Africans, including Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo, Trevor Huddleston and Govan Mbeki, and the Fifties jazz legends Dolly Rathebe, Kippie Moeketsi, Thandi Klaasen and Miriam Makeba. In 1959, Schadeberg left Drum to become a freelancer. He was part of an expedition led by Professor Phillip V. Tobias to study the San - these images, published in "The Kalahari Bushmen Dance" (1982). Forced to leave the country in 1964 he lived abroad until 1984, when returned to South Africa. He continues to work as a photo-journalist and documentary filmmaker.
Schneider (G.) photo. HANDBOOK, South African artists
164pp., illus., hardcover, Johannesburg, 2015. R525
"Handprint portraits" made by Gary Schneider of 77 South African artists.

Includes the essay "Portrait of the Artist as a Left Hand" by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen
Seippel (R-P.) curator & ed. & Klask (D.) ed. SOUTH AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHY 1950-2010/ SUDAFRIKANISCHE FOTOGRAFIE 1950-2010 ,
159 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Ostfildern, 2010. R795
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition which opened at Freundeskreis Willy-Brandt-Haus, Berlin in 2010.

Includes the essays:
"Living Under Apartheid" by Luli Callinicos
"Renewal of Struggle and the Demise of Apartheid: 1976-94" by Andries Walter Olifant
"Proximity through Distance" by Wiebke Ratzeburg.

Includes photographs by Jodi Bieber, David Goldblatt, Bob Gosani, George Hallet, Alf Kumalo, Peter Magubane, Santu Mofokeng, Cedric Nunn, Mikhael Subotzky, Paul Weinberg, and others.

Text in English and German.
Seippel (R-P.) ed. CEDRIC NUNN, Call and Response
150 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, Ostfildern & Johannesburg, 2011. R515
This monograph was published on the occasion of the travelling exhibition which opened at Galerie Seippel, Cologne, Germany, in August 2011.

Includes the essays:
"Writing with Light: textures of life in the early photography of Cedric Nunn" by Andries Walter Oliphant
"Cedric Nunn in Context: South African photography in the 1980s" by Rory Bester, and
"The Bright Light of the Maelstrom", in which Okwui Enwezor interviews Cedric Nunn.

Photographer Cedric Nunn was born in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal, in 1957, and lives in Byrne Valley, KwaZulu-Natal. His photographs have always focused on the people of South Africa.

"The photographs in this monograph have been part of the process of my own awakening and rising consciousness. I have witnessed a great deal of change, which has enriched me and broadened my vision of the world." Cedric Nunn, from his foreword
Simbao (R.) curator MAKING WAY, ukuvul'indlela, contemporary art from South Africa & China
65pp., b/w & colour illus., spiral-bound + 16pp. booklet "Making Way Performances" loosely inserted, No Place, 2012. OUT OF PRINT
Catalogue of the exhibition, National Arts Festival, Grahamstown 2012.

South African artists include Athi-Patra Ruga, Brent Meistre, Gerald Machona, James Webb, Kudzanai Chiurai, Randolph Hartzenberg,and Thenjiwe Nkosi.

Includes the essay, "Making Way: opening up the road", by Ruth Simbao.
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.
Southwood (D.) photo. BILL OF RIGHTS,
75pp., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2014. R265
A collection of photographs paired with text, inspired by the South African Bill of Rights.

Includes an essay, "What You Can Do with Rights" by Justice Edwin Cameron, Constitutional Court of South Africa.
Southwood (D.) photo. MILNERTON MARKET, 1999-2009
116 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2011. R440
Photographer David Southwood spent ten years taking photographs at the outdoor flea market in Milnerton, Cape Town.

Includes the essays:
"Milnerton Market" by Hylton F.Thompson
"Die Plek van Verligting" by David Southwood
"On Flea Market Finds and Other Objects" by Ivan Vladislavic
"Pictures on a Page" by Michael Godby
"Uitval" by Ivor Powell.
Stevenson (M.) & Graham-Stewart (M.) SURVIVING THE LENS, photographic studies of south and east African people, 1870-1920
144 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2001. R295
Includes images by professional photographers such as Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin as well as more casual "snapshots" taken by amateurs.
Stevenson (M.) & Angelucci (F.) eds. ZANELE MUHOLI, Faces and Phases
104 pp., illus., hardback, Munich, etc., 2010. R420
A collection of photographic portraits by Zanele Muholi.

"In 'Faces and Phases' I present our existence and resistance through positive imagery of black queers (especially lesbians) in South African society and beyond. I show our aesthetics through portraiture...'Faces' express the person, and "Phases" signify the transition from one stage of sexuality or gender expression and experience to another. 'Faces' is also about the face-to-face confrontation between myself as the photographer/activist and the many lesbians, women and transmen I have interacted with from different places." Zanele Muholi, from her introduction

Zanele Muholi was born in Umlazi, Durban, in 1972. She graduated from the Market Photo Workshop and received the 2005 Tollman Award for the Visual Arts, the BHP Hilton/Wits University Visual Arts Fellowship in 2006, a 2009 Thami Mnyele Residency in Amsterdam, and was the 2009 Ida Rubin Artist-in-Residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She won the Casa Africa award for the best female photographer, a Fondation Blachère award at the Recontres de Bamako biennial of African photography in 2009, and received a Fanny Ann Eddy accolade from IRN-Africa.
Subler (C.A.) & Kreamer (C.M.) LINES, MARKS AND DRAWINGS, through the lens of Roger Ballen
127 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Washington, 2013. R715
Published in conjunction with the exhibition, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, June 2013-February 2014.

Includes the essays:
"Lines, Marks and Drawings: through the lens of Roger Ballen" by Craig Allen Subler
"Marking the Unconscious: the art of Roger Ballen" by Robert JC Young
"Interview with Roger Ballen" conducted by Craig Allen Subler and Christine Mullen Kreamer

Craig Allen Subler is an artist and the Olson Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Christine Mullen Kreamer is Deputy Director and Chief Curator at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Robert JC Young is Julius Silver Professor of English and Comparative Literature at New York University.
Subotzky (M.) & Waterhouse (P.) photos. PONTE CITY, edited by Ivan Vladislavíc
192pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback + 17 booklets, box, Gottingen, 2014. R2800
Published on the occasion of the exhibitions in Paris and Antwerp. Photographic study of Ponte City, iconic round skyscraper in Johannesburg. The booklets contain essays by Lindsay Bremner, Melinda SIlverman, Harry Kalmer, Sean O'Tool, Ivan Vladislavic, Kgebetli Moele, Percy Zvomuya, Denis Hirson, and ohotographs of abandoned possessions.
The Market Photo Workshop M@RKET.COM, Yeoville Pan-African Market in Photography
80pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, No Date. R645
Catalogue of the exhibition by students of The Market Photo Workshop, Yeoville Market.

Contributions include:
"The Photographic in Educational Research" by Lekgetho Makola
"Photography and Trade" by Loyiso Oldjohn
"Market to Market: Yeoville Pan-African Market photography project" by Olusegun Morakinyo.
The Market Photo Workshop PHOTO INCUBATOR, edition two
45pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, (2016). R95
Catalogue of the group exhibition, The Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2016.

The Market Photo Workshop facilitates an annual Photography Incubator Programme for practising photographers who require assistance in launching their careers.
The Market Photo Workshop PHOTO INCUBATOR, edition four
38pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, (2018). R95
Catalogue of the group exhibition, The Market Photo Workshop, Johannesburg, 2018.

The Market Photo Workshop facilitates an annual Photography Incubator Programme for practising photographers who require assistance in launching their careers.
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.
Thompson (B.) curator & ed. BLACK WOMANHOOD, images, icons, and ideologies of the African body
374 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Seattle, 2008. R640
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition first shown at Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 2008.

Includes work by Senzeni Marasela, Nandipha Mntambo, Zanele Muholi, Berni Searle and Penny Siopis.

With the essays: "The African Female Body in the Cultural Imagination" and "Decolonizing Black Bodies: personal journeys in the contemporary voice" by Barbara Thompson,
"African Women's Body Images in Postcolonial Discourse and Resistance to Neo-Crusaders" by Ifi Amadiume,
"'Les Parisiens d'Afrique': Mangbetu women as works of art" by Enid Schildkrout,
"The Black Female Body, the Postcard, and the Archives" by Christaud Geary,
"The Body of a Myth: embodying the Black mammy figure in visual culture" by Kimberly Wallace-Sanders,
"The Women Who Posed: Maudelle Bass and Florence Allen" by Carla Williams,
"Picturing the New Negro Woman" by Deborah Willis, and
"Housing and Homing the Black Female Body in France: Calixthe Beyala and the legacy of Sarah Baartman and Josephine Baker" by Ayo Abiétou Coly.


Tillim (G.) illus. & text GUY TILLIM, Second Nature
108 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Munich, 2012. R675
Published on the occasion of the exhibition at Huis Marseille Museum for Photography, Amsterdam, 2012.

The photographs were taken in French Polynesia between December 2010 and March 2011 and in Sao Paulo between June and September 2011.

Afterword by Els Barents.

Text in English and French.

Photographer Guy Tillim was born in Johannesburg in 1962 and lives in Cape Town. He has won many awards for his work, including the Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography of the Peabody Museum for Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, in 2007, the Leica Oscar Barnack Award in 2005 and The Daimler Chrysler Award for South African photography in 2004.
Tillim (G.) photo & Tillim (G.) et al text GUY TILLIM, o futuro certo
303pp., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Gottingen, 2015. R960
This book presents selections from photographer Guy Tillim’s work over the last decade, including “Mai Mai militia in training,” “Jo’burg,” “Avenue Patrice Lumumba,” and “Second Nature.”

Contributions include:
"In Conversation, Guy Tillim and Artur Walther"
"Guy Tillim: of people and their places" by Damile Leers
"Diary From Sierra Leone, 2001" by Guy Tillim
"Stories from Beyond" by Ivor Powell, first published in Art South Africa vol. 2, issue 3, autumn 2004
"Guy Tillim, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town", a review of the exhibition by Michael Godby, first published in Art South Africa vol. 3, issue 3, autumn 2005
"Guy Tillim, Jo'burg: portrait of a city" by Simon Njami, first published in Portfolio: contemporary photography in Britian #44, 2006.

Photographer Guy Tillim was born in Johannesburg in 1962 and lives in Cape Town. He has won many awards for his work, including the first Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography of the Peabody Museum for Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, in 2006; the Leica Oscar Barnack Award in 2005 and The Daimler Chrysler Award for South African photography in 2004.
Tillim (G.) photo. DEPARTURE,
92 pp., 4to., illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2003. R295
Guy Tillim was born in Johannesburg in 1962 and has been working as a photojournalist since 1986. These forty images are drawn from photographs Tillim has taken in Angola, Congo, Eritrea, Mozambique, Burundi, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan, and elsewhere, from 1990 - 2002.
Tillim (G.) photo. MUSEUM OF THE REVOLUTION,
118pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, London, 2019. R790
"These photographs were made on long walks through the streets of the African cities of Johannesburg, Durban, Maputo, Beira, Harare, Nairobi, Kampala, Addis Ababa, Luanda, Libreville, Accra, Abidjan, Dakar and Dar Es Salam, between 2014 and 2018." Guy Tillim

Photographer Guy Tillim was born in Johannesburg in 1962 and lives in Cape Town. He has won many awards for his work, including the Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography of the Peabody Museum for Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, in 2007, the Leica Oscar Barnack Award in 2005 and The Daimler Chrysler Award for South African photography in 2004.
Tillim (G.) photo. & text & Gardner (R.) text AVENUE PATRICE LUMUMBA,
123 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Munich, 2008. R865
A collection of photographs taken in Mozambique, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola and Madagascar, 2007-2008.

"These photographs are not collapsed histories of post-colonial African states or a meditation on aspects of late-modernist-era colonial structures, but a walk through avenues of dreams." Guy Tillim

Award-winning photographer Guy Tillim was born in Johannesburg in 1962 and lives in Cape Town. In 2007 he was the first recipient of the Robert Gardner Fellowship in Photography given annually by the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University.
Tillim (G.) photo. & text CONGO DEMOCRATIC,
36 pp., large oblong 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town & Rome, 2006. R600
Catalogue of the exhibition, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, and Extraspazio, Rome, 2007.

All the photographs were taken during the election in Kinshasa in July 2006.
Tillim (G.) photo. & text PETROS VILLAGE,
59 pp. concertina folded, colour illus., hardback, Cape Town & Rome, 2006. OUT OF PRINT
Published to coincide with the exhibition, Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, & Museo di Roma, Rome, 2006.

All the photographs were taken in Petros Village, Malawi, February 2006.

Text in English & Italian.
van Coller (I.) photo. & Magona (S.) text INTERIOR RELATIONS,
64 pp., large 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 2011. R650
Ian Collier's photographic portraits of twenty-seven black South African women, all domestic workers in white homes.

Photographer Ian van Coller grew up in South Africa. He now lives in Bozeman, Montana, and is Assistant Professor of Photography at Montana State University.

Sindiwe Magona is the author of numerous novels, books of poetry and short story collections, including "Mother to Mother", "To My Children's Children", "Living, Loving, and Lying Awake at Night", and "Beauty's Gift".
Van Dyke (K.) & Silva (B.) curators & eds. THE PROGRESS OF LOVE,
185pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Houston & St Louis, 2012. R895
"The Progress of Love" is a collaborative project between the Menil Collection, Houston, the Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, and the Pulitzer Foundation of the Arts, St Louis. It investigates love in all its forms in Africa. The travelling exhibition opened at The Menil Collection, Houston, in December 2012.

Contributions include;
"Reflections on Love in Africa" by Elias Bongmba
"Finite Love" by Francesca Consagra
"Love Songs in Africa" by Francesca Consagra.

Artists featured include Dineo Seshee Bopape, Kendell Geers, David Goldblatt, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Zanele Muholi and Ricardo Rangel.
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.
Vladislavic (I.) ed. MIKHAEL SUBOTSKY, Retinal Shift
490 pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Gottingen, 2012. R990
Catalogue of the travelling exhibition which opened at the Monument Gallery and Gallery in the Round, Grahamstown National Arts Festival, 2012.

Mikhael Subotzky was awarded the 2012 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Arts. The exhibition includes a four-channel film installation and other photographic, video and installation works, and investigates the practice and mechanics of looking without seeing.

Includes the essays:
"Eyeing Others" by Anthea Buys
"A Group Portrait" by Sean O'Toole.
Walters (A.) photo. UITSIG,
117pp., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2015. R560
Catalogue of the exhibition, Sanlam Art Gallery, Cape Town, 2015.

A photographic essay on the community of Uitsig and surrounding suburbs, a working class area of Cape Town.

Introduction by Stefan Hundt. Includes the essays "Out of Sight. Uitsig. Walking with Ashley Walters" by Ismail Farouk and "Somewhere Better Than This Place, Nowhere Better Than This Place" by Manuel Segade.

Photographer Ashley Walters was born in Cape Town in 1983. He received a Tierney Fellowship and has won several awards, among them the Katrine Harries Print Cabinet Award (2013), The Michaelis Prize (2011), the Simon Gerson Prize (2011) and David Marais Memorial Prize (2009).
Weinberg (P.) photo. & text MOVING SPIRIT, spirituality in southern Afirca
128 pp., oblong 4to., illus., hardback, first S.A.edition, Cape Town, 2006. R295
Paul Weinberg uses his camera to narrate his own spiritual journey out of deep depression, documenting various religious practices in southern Africa: the annual Shembe pilgrimage, a Nharo San trance dance, the annual gathering of the Lemba ("Black Jews'"), a baptism in the Zion Church, a prayer service for "sangomas" (traditional healers), a traditional Zulu wedding ceremony, a Hindu firewalking ceremony in Pietermaritzburg, and much more.

All the photographs in this book were taken between 1995 and 2006.
Weinberg (P.) photo. & text TRACES AND TRACKS, a thirty-year journey with the San
176pp., oblong 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Johannesburg, 2017. R380
Foreword by Megan Biesele.

Photographer, filmmaker and writer Paul Wienberg has documented modern San communities throughout southern Africa since the early 1980s.

Paul Weinberg is currently Senior Curator at the Centre for African Studies Gallery at the University of Cape Town, and lectures in documentary arts.
Weinberg (P.) text & photo. IN SEARCH OF THE SAN,
80 pp., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 1997. OUT OF PRINT
Documentary photographer Paul Weinberg visited Bushman communites in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa between 1984 and 1997 in an attempt to record the reality of a dispossessed and marginalised people drifting away from their culture as they struggle to survive.

Includes an introduction, "The Bushmen - a profile" written by Riaan de Villiers.
Weller (S.) photo. & text SOUTH AFRICAN TOWNSHIP BARBERSHOPS & SALONS,
127 pp., colour illus., hardback, New York, 2011. R475
Graphic artist and photographer Simon Weller travelled around South Africa photographing informal township barbershops and their signage, and interviewing proprietors and the artists who paint the signs.
Williams (G.) A CITY REFRACTED,
163pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2015. R570
A collection of photographs taken in inner city Johannesburg between 2012 and 2015.

Includes the essay, "Sharp=Sharp: Joburg refractions" by Leon de Kock.

In 2013 photographer Graeme Williams was awarded the POPCAP Prize for Contemporary African Photography as well as the Ernest Cole Book Award for the series "A City Refracted".
Williams (G.) photo. THE EDGE OF TOWN,
52pp., colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, No Date. R250
A collection of photographs taken in poor communities around South Africa post-1994.

Graeme Williams was born in Cape Town in 1961 and has lived in Johannesburg since 1988. He has worked for Reuters, The New York Times, Time, Stern, and National Geographic.
Williams (G.) photo. THE INNER CITY,
53 pp., 4to., illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2000. R120
Photographic essay on Johannesburg. Most of the photographs were taken between 1996 and 1998.
Williamson (S.) SOUTH AFRICAN ART NOW,
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.
Wylie (D.) & Bank (A.) eds. KRONOS 38, southern African histories, November 2012
288 pp., maps, illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2012. R190
Kronos is a journal published annually by the Department of History and the Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape.

This special issue, "Documentary Photography in South Africa", is edited by Diana Wylie, Professor of History, African Studies Centre, University of Boston, and Andrew Bank, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of the Western Cape.

Articles include:
"Visualising the Realm of the Rain Queen: the production and circulation of Eileen and Jack Krige's Lobedu fieldwork photographs from the 1930s" by Patricia Davison and George Mahashe
"Reflections on the Making of the 'AmaBandla Ama-Afrika Exhibition' (2011-2012): Martin West's Soweto photographs" by Paul Weinberg
"Lounge Photography and the Politics of Township Interiors: the representation of the Black South African home in the Mgilima Photographic Collection, East Rand, 1950s" by Sophie Feyder
"Wounding Apertures: violence, affect and photography during and after apartheid" by Kylie Thomas
"'Native Work': an artwork by Andrew Putter consisting of 38 portrait photographs" by Andrew Putter.
Zaya (O.) et. al. YOUSSEF NABIL, I won't let you die
271 pp., 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Ostfildern, 2008. R570
Photographer Youssef Nabil was born in Cairo in 1972. In the 1990s he began producing staged, constructed and hand-coloured portraits of friends, fellow artists and celebrities, as well as self-portraits. In 2003 he was awarded the Seydou Keita Prize for portraiture at the Biennial of African Photography in Bamako, Mali. He currently lives and works in New York. This is his second monograph, following "Sleep in My Arms", published to coincide with the exhibition at Michael Stevenson, Cape Town, in 2007.

Includes the essay, "Twilight: unfolding Youssef Nabil's desire" by Octavio Zaya, and Youssef Nabil in conversation with Ghada Amer, Faten Hamama and Shirin Neshat.
[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