New Arrivals 7th to 13th of November 2019

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.
WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings to Work
377pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, Cape Town & London, 2019. R1577
Published on the occasion of the exhibition at Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), Cape Town, August 2019 - March 2020.

The exhibition was hosted simultaneously in two parts, alongside Norval Foundation‘s Why Should I Hesitate: Sculpture. It covers over 40 years of artistic production (1976-2019) in drawing, stop-frame animation, video, prints, sculpture, tapestry, and large-scale installation.

Contributions include:
"On Technique and Memory: a time-lapse of South African history" by Azu Nwagbogu
"Questioning the Invisible" by Tammy Langtry
"From Stage to Stage" Koyo Kough in conversation with William Kentridge"
"Let Us Try For Once: 15½ thoughts on the library" by William Kentridge
"The Target and the Task: Nástio Mosquito in conversation with William Kentridge"
"William Kentridge Timeline: 1955-2019" compiled by Sean O'Toole and Sven Christian.

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