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Towards reclaiming our culture of the liberation struggle

Judy Seidman responds to Athi Mongelezi Joja’s expanded assessment of her 'Drawn Lines' exhibition

Apology to Judy Seidman

The Mail & Guardian apologises to the artist for the errors of fact and aspersions attributable to our lapses of process

Drawn Lines: About the place of work in the struggle

In this response to Judy Seidman, Njabulo Zwane defends a Black Radical Tradition of refusing the notion of work itself

The role of liberation culture

Judy Seidman responds to Athi Mongezeleli Joja’s review of her exhibition with some reflections on the praxis of the Medu Art Ensemble

Drawing lines in art and politics

Judy Ann Seidman’s retrospective shows the complicity of antiblack racism in the white left

A Black Aesthetic lacks rigour

A Black Aesthetics as being uninventive and politically questionable

Athi-Patra Ruga’s latest art shows ‘Azania’ without a purpose

Athi-Patra Ruga's National Arts Festival show brings to mind a neo-avant-gardist catwalk display or an opening act for Lady Gaga, writes Athi Joja.

Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take

An exhibition of works by well-known artists and newcomers at Gallery Momo liberates the viewer.

Essop brothers’ exhibit probes stereotypes, violence and anonymity

The award-winning duo have put together a thought-provoking exhibition highlighting society’s tendency to perceive Muslim men as one and the same.

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