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The exhibition is curated by Anushka Rajendran, and features works from Williamson’s series .The opening of the exhibition will feature a conversation between Williamson and Delhi-based artist Sonia Kuhrana.
With themes ranging from “Desperate Housewife” to “Dollhouse”, forms part of the latest installment of the Birmingham Museum of Art’s permanent exhibition, Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art, the museum’s first large exhibition of contemporary art from its own collection (until 6 January).
is an immersive installation that humanises the destruction of an entire area in South Africa during Apartheid.
According to the publisher the book presents for the first time all major works of Williamson and contains contributions by award-winning journalist Mark Gevisser, historians Chika Okeke-Ogulu and Ciraj Rassool, and leading scholar Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela.
The book will be launched in Cape Town in February to coincide with the Cape Town Art Fair, where the artist will hold a book signing and roundtable discussion.
As the first in a series of exhibitions featuring over 50 international artists, Williamson participates on a group museum show, Women House, at La Monnaie de Paris in France (19 October – 21 January).
Organised in partnership with the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, the exhibition reflects on the on the daily rituals of domesticity, the home and women’s relationship with the domestic space from the 1960s until today. The exhibition showcases works by artists ‘active long before 1994 …
Fragments of homes and possessions picked up from the grassed-over demolition sites of District Six, Cape Town, are encapsulated in small transparent blocks.
Arranged neatly on the shelves of display cases, the blocks contain silent remnants of a once vibrant community.
who not only share with us who they are, but in so doing allow us to see ourselves and to understand our shared histories more clearly’.