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120 Days of Sodom Manfred Zylla
ISBN 978-0-9921730-4-3 View Online Version
Text by Trevor Steele Taylor, Aryan Kraganof, John Peffer, Chris Pretorius, Alessandra Atti Di Sarro, John Higgins, Nicola Roos, Ludwig Binge, Antonín Mareš, Marlene Le Roux, Nomusa Makhubu, Andrea Dicó, Niklas Zimmer, Caspar Greeff, Ivor Powell, Rafael Powell, Tim Leibbrandt, Pablo Cesar, Andrea Tapper, Stephen Thrower, Ludmila Ommudsen Pessoa, Rozena Maart, Erik Chevalier, Ashraf Jamal, Carsten Rasch, Hofmeyr Scholtz, James Matthews, Garth Erasmus, Cheng Qian, Cheng Haotian, Usen Obot & Paul Valentine.
Published by ErdmannContemporary. This limited edition publication presents a comprehensive overview of the life and times of the artist, Jan Neethling. It includes an interview with the artist by Professor Karin Skawran and essays by Wilhelm Van Rensburg and Neil Dundas.
Colour illustrated, 90 pages
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Roger Ballen/Die Antwoord
This limited edition catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition Roger Ballen/Die Antwoord at The Photographers Gallery ZA, Cape Town, South Africa, in September 2012
Illustrated in black & white, 47 pages
Catalogue essay by Ivor Powell
New Years Day
This catalogue was published on the occasion of Melanie Cleary’s exhibition New Years Day at The Photographers Gallery ZA, Cape Town, South Africa in June 2012
Colour illustrated, 28 pages
Manfred Zylla Art & Resistance
ISBN number 978 0 620 52278 6
Published by ErdmannContemporary on the occasion of Manfred Zylla’s traveling museum retrospective, In Retrospect
Colour illustrated, 102 pages, text by Heidi Erdmann
First Edition 100 copies sold with a print (SOLD OUT). Second edition 1000 copies, editions available
Published February 2012
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The Rat in Art: Conrad Botes Pop and the Posthuman
ISBN number 0-620-32180-6
Colour illustrated, 56 pages
Catalogue essay by Ashraf Jamal
Published by ErdmannContemporary in 2004