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Gerard Sekoto - From the Paris Studio

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Gerard Sekoto left South Africa in 1947 for France. He never came home. Not even an honorary doctorate awarded by Wits University in 1989 could get him to return. However, a decade after his death in 1993 Sekoto finally found his way back, the contents of his Paris studio donated by the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology to the Iziko South African National Gallery.

A Civilising Plan

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JILLIAN CARMAN UPLIFTING THE COLONIAL PHILISTINE (WITS UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2006) SOFTCOVER, 448 PAGES, ISBN 1-86814-436-4

Africa Comics

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Africa Comics edited by SAMIR S. PATEL(africa e mediterraneo/ The Studio Museum in Harlem, 2007) 276 pages, softcover, ISBN 0-942949-32-3

Avant Car Guard

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Avant Car Guard by Zander Blom, Jan-Henri Booyens and Michael MacGarry (Avant Car Guard, 2006) softcover, ISBN 978-0-620-37358-4

Emotional Exorcism

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Pierre Fouché engages in part with issues of sexuality but does not want his work labelled for any specific audience, writes Kim Gurney. Pierre Fouché is Art South Africa's fifth Bright Young Thing for 2007