WORDS Michaela Stehr
The iJusi Group Exhibition held at the KwaZulu-Natal Society Of Arts in Durban holds a strong focus on African context, bringing forward questions such as “What makes me African?” and “What does African look like?”
On show will be drawings and features from Garth Walker’s popular South African art and design magazine iJusi (you can WIN a copy of the latest issue here), which has not only developed a cult following over the years, but a strong presence in the design and illustration world due to its political and satirical subject matter.
The show will run until the 26 October 2014 and boasts talents such as Roger Ballen, Jonathan Barnbrook, Lauren Beukes, Willem Boshoff, Katherine Bull, Brandt & Conrad Botes, Jean Brundrit, David Goldblatt, Pieter Hugo, Stephen Inggs, Mark & Anton Kannemeyer, William Kentridge, Michael MacGarry, Sne Mtetwa, Stefan Sagmeister, Mikhael Subotzky, Guy Tillim, Sean O’Toole, Brode Vosloo and Garth Walker, among others.
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