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is on show at Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, from 20 October to 5 December.
The catalogue produced for the show notes that the exhibition is “essentially about the human spirit” and draws on a number of bodies of work, covering a period of some 65 years.
As a non-profit arts organisation dedicated to promoting and encouraging innovation within the South African arts, the exhibition uses the Buitenkant Street gallery space as a platform in which the idea of collaboration and collectivity can be explored.
Curated by Ziphozenkosi Dayile and Kemang Wa Lehulere, , in Cape Town (13 September – 30 November) includes work by both David Goldblatt and Haroon Gunn-Salie.
Artists include William Kentridge, David Goldblatt, Diane Victor, David Koloane, Kagiso Pat Mautloa, Vusi Beauchamp and Clive van den Berg.
Froud originally curated the exhibition for the Appalachian State University Turchin Centre in North Carolina, in 2014.
A specially produced catalog for prison inmates will be published by Steidl.
Five Goodman Gallery artists – Kudzanai Chiurai, David Goldblatt, William Kentridge, David Koloane and Sue Williamson – are included in Fondation Louis Vuitton’s exhibition , which focuses on work by 15 artists from South Africa.
Offering unique insights into the photographer’s practice, it features interviews with Zanele Muholi, William Kentridge, the late Nadine Gordimer, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Howard Booth.
The documentary made its world premiere at the Encounters Documentary Festival in June this year and is produced by Goodman Gallery owner Liza Essers and Josh Ginsburg, and directed by Daniel Zimbler.
The first ever feature-length documentary on the legendary South African photographer David Goldblatt – titled, is produced by Liza Essers and Josh Ginsburg, and directed by Daniel Zimbler.
‘This moving documentary has been in the making for six years,’ says Essers.
‘It comes at an exciting moment in the 87-year-old’s career, which is showing no signs of slowing down, with two current exhibitions in British prisons and an upcoming retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in 2018.