In Review

The Art of Disruptions: Some Reflections

On Thursday 22nd September I attended the opening reception of the exhibition The Art of Disruptions at the Iziko South African National Gallery. To be frank and to assume a contested, reflective position in the practice of art criticism, the exhibition was neither compelling nor disappointing in its curatorial narrative and comprehension.

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Home Truths

‘Private life’ seems like a concept that is almost as outmoded as, if not the CD, then perhaps the cassette tape.

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Runny yolks and Running Jokes

In Marlene Steyn’s Your Skin is Not the Best Hiding Place, there is scant distinction made between painting and sculpture. The work slithers freely between two and three dimensions, flippantly slipping in and out of frame.

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