New Arrivals 28th to 5th of March 2020

INVESTEC CAPE TOWN ART FAIR 2020, experience art from Africa and the world, catalogue 2020
184pp., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2020. R240
Galleries include blank projects, Everard Read/ CIRCA Gallery, Gallery MOMO, Goodman Gallery, SMAC, Stevenson and WHATIFTHEWORLD.
Freschi (F.), Schmahmann (B.) & van Robbroeck (L.) eds. TROUBLING IMAGES, visual culture and the politics of Afrikaner nationalism
314pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Johannesburg, 2020. R495
Contributions include:
"The Trajectory and Dynamics of Afrikaner Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: an overview" by Albert Grundlingh
"‘It Is Not Even Past’: dealing with monuments and memorials on divided campuses" by Jonathan Jansen
"Afrikaner Nationalism and Other Settler Imaginaries at the 1936 Empire Exhibition" by Lize van Robbroeck
"From Volksargitektuur to Boere Brazil: Afrikaner nationalism and the architectural imaginary of modernity, 1936-1966" by Federico Freschi
"Reframing David Goldblatt, re-thinking Some Afrikaners" by Michael Godby and Liese van der Watt
"Knocking Jannie off his Pedestal: two creative interventions to the sculpture of J H Marais at Stellenbosch University" by Brenda Schmahmann
"Cartoons, Intellectuals, and the Construction of Afrikaner Nationalism" by Peter Vale.

Federico Freschi is Head of the College of Art, Design and Architecture at Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Brenda Schmahmann is a Professor and SARCHI Chair in South African Art and Visual Culture at the University of Johannesburg.
Lize van Robbroeck is Professor in Visual Studies at the University of Stellenbosch.
144pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Boston, 2019. R405
A selection from the African Art Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA. Includes beadwork from South Africa, masks from Mozambique, and a photograph by Zanele Muholi.
Weinberg (P.) photo. MUSINGS IN MUIZENBERG,
48pp., colour illus., hardback, Cape Town, 2019. R265
A collection of photographs taken on Muizenberg beach, Cape Town.

Paul Weinberg was a founder member of Afrapix and South, the collective photo agencies that documented apartheid and popular resistance to it. He has taught photography at the Centre of Documentary Studies at Duke University, and Masters in Documentary Arts at UCT. He currently works as an independent curator, archivist and photographer. His photographic books include Traces and Tracks, Then and Now, Moving Spirit and Travelling Light.

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