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Jeremy Kuper

Jeremy Kuper

    Choice. Click. Bait: An interrogation of the politics of power
    Choice. Click. Bait: An interrogation of the politics of power
    Carla Busuttil’s latest exhibition, titled Choice. Click. Bait, deals with local issues around private security. The artist has created...
    Dineo Seshee Bopape's Slow -Co- Ruption in London
    Dineo Seshee Bopape's Slow -Co- Ruption in London
    Dineo Seshee Bopape’s Slow-co-ruption is the first UK solo exhibition of the Joburg-based video artist. Her powerful work is showcased through a...
    Sangomas' power challenges state
    Sangomas' power challenges state
    For centuries, sangomas have healed illness and divined misfortune. Estimates suggest there are about 200 000 sangomas in South Africa alone,...
    Muholi's photographs a vehicle for those seeking sexual freedom
    Muholi's photographs a vehicle for those seeking sexual freedom
    Zanele Muholi is jet-lagged, after having just flown in from New York, and is speaking by Skype from Paris. She's a finalist in the Deutsche Börse...
    Today’s Ponte: Drugs and gangsters, but mainly on TV screens
    Today’s Ponte: Drugs and gangsters, but mainly on TV screens
    *UPDATE: Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse were named winners of the 2015 Deutsche Börse Photography prize...
    Venice Biennale: View from the ground
    Venice Biennale: View from the ground
    The South...
    The structures that David Goldblatt values
    The structures that David Goldblatt values
    At his home in Johannesburg, photographer David Goldblatt discusses his recent work Structures of Dominion and Democracy – an update of...
    Uncertainty clouds impact of new arts funding organisation
    Uncertainty clouds impact of new arts funding organisation
    Some of the changes under review in the government white paper on arts, culture and heritage present potentially serious issues for the continued...
    South African photography at the Barbican
    South African photography at the Barbican
    Constructing Worlds, a new exhibition at London’s Barbican Centre, explores the relationship between photography and the built...
    'Savage beauty' of the AK-47
    'Savage beauty' of the AK-47
    Best known as the director of the 2008 South African crime film Jerusalema and for his music video work with such top stars as Tony...
    Dark forces at work in Amsterdam
    Dark forces at work in Amsterdam
    He is known for his ceramics but, in part due to the practicalities of using clay in the small Amsterdam studio and not having a kiln, he has...
    Triumph for African modernism
    Triumph for African modernism
    ‘This is not an Africa season in any way. It’s very much part of our longer-term strategy about presenting art from Africa within...