Abrie Fourie

Abrie Fourie (1969) is a South African artist based in Berlin, Germany. He was born in Pretoria, South Africa where he lived, studied and worked until emigrating in 2007. His practice is largely photography based, but he is also active in teaching, publishing and curatorial projects. Whilst lecturing at the Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa (1993 – 2007), he established outlet (2002-2007), an experimental exhibition space. Curatorial projects include Mine, a traveling exhibition of South African video art which has been shown internationally, including Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Bayreuth, Germany and Johannesburg, South Africa. A revised version of Mine titled The Film Will Always Be You: South African
Artists On Screen is staged at Tate Modern London as part of SA-UK Seasons 2014-2015. Since 2005 he is the curator and facilitator for Modern Art Projects South Africa(map-southafrica.org.) Fourie has exhibited in important group exhibitions internationally. This includes Translation/ Seduction/ Displacement at White Box Gallery, New York, USA (2000); ENEMIES/ VYANDE, with Santu Mofokeng, Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, Oudtshoorn, South Africa (2002); Sugar in the petrol, The British School at Rome Gallery, Rome, Italy (2004); POST, Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo, Japan (2004); Cosmos Mundo Forever, curated by Fernando Alvim, Trienal De Luanda, Angola (2007); SEE3, a collaboration with Ella Ziegler, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, Germany (2009); 1910 – 2010 From Pierneef to Gugulective: A Fresh Look at a Century of South African Art, curated by Riason Naidoo, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa (2010); Positioning Osmotic Impulses, curated by Pauline Doutreluingne and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Prison Neukölln, Berlin, Germany (2012); THE SPACE BETWEEN US, curated by Marie-Hélène Gutberlet, a project by IFA, public space of Berlin (2013) & Stuttgart (2014) and The Day will come when Photography revises, curated by Bettina Steinbrügge and Amelie Zadeh, Triennial of Photography Hamburg, Germany (2015). Solo exhibitions include Whatever, Wherever at Camouflage, Brussels, Belgium (2003); End of the World, Museum for African Art, New York, USA (2004) and where-we-r.com, Forum d’art Contemporian, Sierre, Switzerland (2006). Most recent solo exhibitions centered around an ongoing project titled OBLIQUE which has been shown at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany (2012); Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa (2012); Iwalewa House, Bayreuth, Germany (2012); SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa (2013); SCAD, Savannah, USA (2013) and SCAD, Atlanta, USA (2014).

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS/ PROJECTS

2015 ABRIE FOURIE: PRINTS, curated by Mika Thom, Fried Contemporary, Pretoria, South Africa
2014 OBLIQUE, curated by Storm Jansen van Rensburg, Gallery 1600, SCAD, Atlanta, USA
2013 OBLIQUE, curated by Storm Jansen van Rensburg, Gutstein Gallery, SCAD, Savannah, USA
OBLIQUE, curated by Storm Jansen van Rensburg, SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
2012 OBLIQUE, curated by Storm Jansen van Rensburg, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa and Iwalewa-Haus,
Africa Centre of the University of Bayreuth, Germany
2012 Labor Berlin 11: OBLIQUE, curated by Storm Jansen van Rensburg, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
2009 OBLIQUE Black & White, Outlet, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa
OBLIQUE, Vladimiro Izzo Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2006 where-we-r.com, Forum d’art contemporian FAC, Sierre, Switzerland
2005 End of the World, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
2004 End of the World, curated by Laurie Farrell, Museum for African Art, New York, USA
2003 Whatever, Wherever, João Ferreira Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
observatório # 4 Whatever, Wherever, Abrie Fourie, curated by Fernando Alvim, CAMOUFLAGE, Brussels, Belgium
2001 Philippians 4.8, New Media Exhibition, MTN Art Institute, MTN Sciencenter, Cape Town, South Africa
2000 Memorial(Upside Down Bikes), Museum of Temporary Art, Observatory, Cape Town, South Africa
1998 Does not the ear test words like the tongue taste food, The Market Theater Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
Ilayibri ekufutshane indawoni imuziyem/ iartgallery?, C.P. Nel Museum, Oudtshoorn, South Africa
1997 Imagine No Petrol Stations Inside, Inside this House, Michael House, Pretoria, South Africa
1996 Inside this House, 1993-1996, Verwoerdburg Art Gallery, Centurion, Pretoria, South Africa

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 THE DAY WILL COME WHEN PHOTOGRAPHY REVISES, curated by Bettina Steinbrügge and Amelie Zadeh,
Triennial of Photography Hamburg, Germany
YOU LOVE ME YOU LOVE ME NOT, curated by Suzana Souza (Angola) & Bruno Leitao (Madrid), Galeria Municipal
Almeida Garrett, Porto, Portugal
2014 Mira Mira, curated by Vlado Velko, Kunstverein Anrsberg, Germany
CAPITAL: CONTEMPORARY, curated by Mika Thom, Fried Contemporary, 1st Cool Capital Biennale 2014,
Pretoria, South Africa
KULTURPALAST curated by Spunk Seipel, Zwitschermaschine, Berlin, Germany
Viewing room #02 Architecture curated by Carlos Marzia, SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
THE SPACE BETWEEN US, curated by Marie-Hélène Gutberlet, a project by IFA, public space of Stuttgart
2013 BACK TO THE FUTURE | ABSTRACT ART IN SOUTH AFRICA PAST AND PRESENT, SMAC Art Gallery,Stellenbosch, South Africa
THE SPACE BETWEEN US, curated by Marie-Hélène Gutberlet, a project by IFA, public space of Berlin
NACH DER ARBEIT/ AFTER WORK at various underground stations in Berlin, a project by NGBK, Berlin
2012 Collection 17(SMAC), “Aardklop” National Festival, Potchefstroom, South Africa
Cross-Currents, David Krut Projects, Cape Town, South Africa
Positioning Osmotic Impulses, curated by Pauline Doutreluingne and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Prison
Neukölln, Berlin, Germany
Collection 16, SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
Messages and Meaning (touring exhibition), curated by Philippa Hobbs, Unisa Art Gallery, University of South Africa,
Pretoria, South Africa
2011 Deutsche Show, curated by Spunk Seipel, Prager Kabarett, Divus, Prague, Czech Republic
Agter die Berge, curated by Claudia Schneider and Christianna Grüss, 7hours, Berlin, Germany
More is More, from the Gordon Froud collection, FADA Gallery, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Druckgrafiken aus dem Archiv des Frans Masereel Centrums Verein für Original–Radierung München, Germany
2010 Ampersand, curated by Christian Ganzenberg, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
1910 – 2010 From Pierneef to Gugulective: A Fresh Look at a Century of South African Art, curated by Riason
Naidoo, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
Mooimarkshow III, curated by Spunk Seipel, Galerie Weisser Elefant, Berlin, Germany
2009 Vision Building: Architecture in Contemporary Photography, curated by Melissa Mesina, SCAD, Savannah, GA, USA
SEE3, Collaboration with Ella Ziegler, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, Germany
Art Moves, The Festival of Art on Billboards, Toruń, Poland
The Heart of the African City, curated by Shane de Lange, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Unisa Art Gallery New Acquisitions Exhibition, UNISA, Pretoria, South Africa
Construct (touring exhibition), curated by Heidi Erdmann and Jacob Lebeko, Goethe Institute Johannesburg;
Johannes Stegmann University Art Gallery, Bloemfontein; Nelson Mandela Art Museum, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
2008 Thami Mnyele + Medu Art Ensemble Retrospective, curated by Clive Kellner, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
Billboard Text Art – EMERGING WOR(L)DS, TINA B, Prague, Czech Republic
Construct (touring exhibition), curated by Heidi Erdmann and Jacob Lebeko, Durban Art Gallery, Durban;
Unisa Art Gallery, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Home is my Castle, Castle of Good Hope, 4th Cape Town Month of Photography, South Africa
Departure, The Photographers Gallery ZA, Cape Town, South Africa
Spier Contemporary (touring exhibition), Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
2007 SEE2, Collaboration with Ella Ziegler, Blank Projects, Cape Town, South Africa
Spier Contemporary, African Centre, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Cosmos Mundo Forever, curated by Fernando Alvim, Trienal De Luanda, Angola
Messages and Meaning (touring exhibition), curated by Philippa Hobbs, Durban Art Gallery, South Africa
2006 SEE, Collaboration with Ella Ziegler, Parking Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
Navigating the Bookscape: Artists’ Books and the Digital Interface, curated by David Paton, Aardklop Arts Festival,
Potchefstroom and FADA Gallery, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Take Me To The River, Wichita Falls Museum of Art at Midwestern State University, Texas, USA
Messages and Meaning, curated by Philippa Hobbs, Oliewenhuis, National Art Museum, Bloemfontein, South Africa
visions d’artistes, Commissaire de L’expo: Omar Diack Biennale Dak’Art 2006, Senegal
Nederland 1, curated by Tiong Ang, museumgoudA, Gouda, Netherlands
2005 Open Studio, Khoj Studios, New Delhi, India
KOVIDEO, 1st Durban Video Festival, Durban, South Africa
Reflections: African Art Is…, curated by Laurie Ann Farrell, Museum for African Art, New York, USA
Mooimarkshow-Wien-Johannesburg, curated by Spunk Seipel, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Wien, Austria
Real Presence – Floating Sites, 51st International Biennial Of Contemporary Art Venice, Italy
2004 Resistance Reconciliation Reconstruction, Pretoria Art Museum, South Africa
Negotiate, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
making waves a selection of works from the SABC, art collection, Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
Brett Kebble Awards, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
Recollection #1, objectnotfound, Monterrey, Mexico
POST, Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Lomo group exhibition, The PhotoZA Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
Local, curated Jena Mcarthy, Franchise, Johannesburg, South Africa
Sugar in the petrol, The British School at Rome Gallery, FotoGrafia 2004 Festival internazionale di Roma, Italy
Democracy and change, Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, Oudtshoorn, South Africa
One Night Show, 291 Gallery, London, England
2003 Stop and go, curated by Spunk Seipel, Neue Galerie Landshut, Germany
The Ampersand Foundation 1997-2003, Warren Siebrits Modern & Contemporary Art, Johannesburg, South Africa
Brett Kebble Awards, Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
FOTOFIESTA, curated by Koulla Xinistiteris, Medellin, Columbia
on the road again, curated by Spunk Seipel, Berlin, Germany
ABSA Atelier Award, ABSA Towers, Johannesburg, South Africa
NEXT FLAG Reexistencia cultural generalizada, curated by Fernando Alvim, B.P.S.22 space for contemporary
creation, Charleroi, Belgium
observatório # 5 Costa Reis Compilação de Arte Africana Actual, curated by Fernando Alvim, CAMOUFLAGE,
Brussels, Belguim
The Mooimark Show, curated by Spunk Seipel, 78 Mooi Street, Johannesburg, South Africa
2002 FNB VITA Awards, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
ABSA Atelier Award, ABSA Towers, Johannesburg, South Africa
ENEMIES/ VYANDE, with Santu Mofokeng, Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, Oudtshoorn, South Africa
2001 JOUBERT PARK PUBLIC ART PROJECT, Johannesburg Art Gallery and Joubert Park Precinct, South Africa
ABSA Atelier, ABSA Towers, Johannesburg, South Africa
switch on/off, curated by Marcus Neustetter, Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, Oudtshoorn, South Africa
2000 Memorias Intimas Marcas, curated by Fernando Alvim, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Belgium
Translation/ Seduction/Displacement, curated by Lauri Firstenberg and John Peffer, White Box Gallery, New York
Holland South Africa Line, Castle of Good Hope, Collaboration with Tiong Ang, Cape Town, South Africa
Killing Time, curated by Marc Edwards, Civic Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
DECONSTRUTION Popular Culture Exhibition, curated by Clive Kellner, Camouflage, Johannesburg, South Africa
Interchange-Moving images, curated by autopsia, Camouflage, Brussels, Belguim
Holland South Africa Line, Bagagehal Loods 6, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Translation/Seduction/Displacement, curated by Lauri Firstenberg and John Peffer, ICA at Maine College of Art,
United States of America
urban futures, curated by Marcus Neustetter, Gertrude Posel Gallery Wits, Johannesburg
ABSA Atelier Award, ABSA Towers, Johannesburg, South Africa
1999 Present Continuous, The Open Window Contemporary Art Gallery, Pretoria, South Africa
ABSA Atelier Award, African Window, Pretoria, South Africa
1998 Memorias Intimas Marcas, curated by Fernando Alvim, Lisbon, Portugal
Stuffit, Gallery Ynglingagatan1, Stockholm, Sweden
A day in the life THE CRIMEAN PROJECT/ PART 1, curated by Marta Kuzma SCCA Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine
1997 Purple and Green, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
Lifetimes: An exhibition of South African Art, Curated by Ruth Sack, Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich, Germany
1996 Hitch-Hiker, Generator Art Space/AICA, curated by Clive Kellner, Johannesburg, South Africa
Volkskas Atelier Award, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
1995 Spring Time in Chile, Museum for Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile
Brown and Green, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
The Laager, curated by Wayne Barker, Newtown, 1st Johannesburg, South Africa (Fringe)
Between the Posts, Arcadia Center, Pretoria, South Africa
Artworks- the presence of the curator, Rembrandt Van Rijn, Market Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa
1994 Volkskas Atelier Award, ABSA Towers, Johannesburg, South Africa
Absolute Ensemble, Arcadia Center, Pretoria, South Africa
1993 Momentum Art, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
1992 Volkskas Atelier Award, Durban Technikon, Durban, South Africa
SELECTED AWARDS / GRANTS / RESIDENCIES
2007 Africa Center Spier Contemporary Award, Cape Town, South Africa
2006 Artist-in-Residence, CRIC/ ecav, Sierre/ Siders, Switzerland
2005 National Arts Council Grant, Johannesburg, South Africa
Artist-in-Residence, Khoj International Photography Residency, New Dehli, India
Artist-in-Residence, Frans Masereel Centre, Kasterlee, Belguim
2004 Artist-in-Residence, ArtOmi International Artist Residency. Ghent, New York, USA
2003 Brett Kebble Award for Photography, Cape Town, South Africa
Artist-in-Residence, CRIC/ ecav, Sierre/ Siders, Switzerland
2002 Johannesburg Art City Awards, South Africa
Artist-in-Residence, Greatmore Studios, Cape Town, South Africa
Artist-in-Residence, CAMOUFLAGE, EUROPEAN SATELLITE of the centre of contemporary art of Africa,
Brussels, Belgium
2002 First National Bank VITA Awards Nominee, Johannesburg, South Africa
2001 National Arts Council Grant, Johannesburg, South Africa
Kempton Park/ Tembisa Fine Arts Award, Johannesburg, South Africa
2000 Artist-in-Residence, HOLLAND SOUTH AFRICA LINE and Thami Mnyele Foundation, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1999 National Arts Council Grant, Johannesburg, South Africa
Artist-in-Residence, Ampersand Foundation Fellowship, New York, United States
1998 Curator visiting program, Swedish Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Curator visiting program, Danish Arts Council, Copenhagen, Denmark
1996 Curator visiting program, French Institute South Africa, Dakar Biennale, Dakar, Senegal
1995 Artist-in-Residence, Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile
1994 Curator visiting program, Danish Ministry of Culture, Copenhagen, Denmark
BILLBOARD / WALL/ POSTER PROJECTS
2014 OBLIQUE – THE SPACE BETWEEN US, various billboards, Stuttgart, Germany
nous avons des yeux pour voir, mais ne voyons pas, wall stencil, ‘The Imaginary of Renewal” a workshop in the
framework of the Program Point Sud, University Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal
2013 OBLIQUE – THE SPACE BETWEEN US, various billboards, Berlin, Germany
OBLIQUE – Geisterbahnhof, U8 Bernauer Straße, Berlin underground, Germany
2012 Google him. , streets of Berlin, Germany
Subtle but nonetheless violent. , streets of Berlin, Germany
Maßnahme. , streets of Bayreuth, Germany
2009 we have eyes to see, but do not see , Toruń, Poland
we have eyes to see, but do not see, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, Germany
2008 — 2009 we have eyes to see, but do not see , Prague, Czech Republic
2007 — present we have eyes to see, but do not see , Map – South Africa, Richmond, Northern Cape, South Africa
2002 — 2003 Loverockets, Art City, Johannesburg, South Africa
1997 — 1999 Wanton, Arcadia Park, Pretoria Art Museum, South Africa
1995 — 1997 Giant Protea, Arcadia Park, Pretoria Art Museum, South Africa
ARTIST PUBLICATIONS / BOOKS / VIDEOS
2012 Labor Berlin 11, Oblique, Berlin, Germany (Haus der Kulturen der Welt)
2011 Oblique, Berlin, Germany (Rhodeworks/ Revolver Publishing)
2006 End of the World, Johannesburg, South Africa(Johannesburg Art Gallery/ National Arts Council)
2005 Only Delhi, in collaboration with Iranian artist Arash Hanaei , Old Delhi, India
2003 more/cry, mpeg on DVD, based on Bas Jan Ader’s “I’m Too Sad to Tell You”, 1971, Pretoria, South Africa
2001 Philippians 4.8, MTN Art Foundation, Johannesburg, South Africa
2000 Suit, in collaboration with Dutch artist Tiong Ang, DVD, Pretoria, South Africa
Ten May Nineteen Ninety-four and Ten May Nineteen Ninety-nine, Pretoria, South Africa
1995 Giant Protea, Pretoria, South Africa
1993 And How They Lived, Pretoria, South Africa
1992 Daar is ‘n Pes, Pretoria, South Africa
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2015 Bettina Steinbrügge and Amelie Zadeh, VIxVI Posittions on the Future of Photography, pg.90, 93, 212 & 213, Verlag
Für Moderne Kunst, Vienna, Austria
2013 Lanier Laney, Evocative Abrie Fourie Solo Show at the Gutstein Gallery, The Island News, October 24, 2013
Dr. Marie-Hélène Gutberlet, The Space Between Us, insert between pg.158 & 167, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
e.V., Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany
N’Goné Fall, Mechanisms of Memory, The Space Between Us, pg.166, 167, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld, Germany
Allison Hersh, Art & Soul: South African artist creates visual poetry, Savannah Morning News, September 15, 2013
Anne Hector, Kunst im Untergrund: Mehr als ein Raum, oberliner.de, Montag, 24. Juni 2013
Michael Weiser, Logbuch verlassener Orte, Nordbayerischer Kurier, Dienstag 22.Januar, 2013
2012 Dr. Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Best Six, Art/ South Africa, pg. 20, vol issue, summer
Sean O’Toole, The ungrammatical years, Cape Times, July 20, 2012
2010 Milena Nikolova, Abrie Fourie, Fair, pg.22-24, No. 11 / IV-2010, fairarts OG, Berlin, Vienna, 2010
Christian Ganzenberg, Abrie Fourie, Daimler Art Collection, pg. 58,59, Hirmer Verlag, München, 2010
Georg Diez and Christopher Roth, The 80*81 Book Collection, Volume 8, insert between pg. 48,49, Edition Patrick
Frey, Zürich, Switzerland
2009 Bettina Steinbrügge, Abrie Fourie, Art/ South Africa, pg. 87, vol 07 issue 04, winter
Thami Mnyele + Medu Art Ensemble Retrospective, Clive Kellner and Sergio-Albio González, pg.208-211, Jacana,
Johannesburg Art Gallery, 2009
Joanna Górska, Abrie Fourie, Art Moves, pg. 44, 45, Toruń, Poland, October/ November 2009
2008 Patrick Burnett, SASOL runs for cover from controversial photograph, Art Times, 2008-09-01
Peter Machen, Construct: Beyond the Documentary Photograph at the Durban Art Gallery, Artthrob, Nov 2008
Liza Grobler, Hoogstaande werk kan dien as model vir fotografiese kuns, dieburger, 17 Julie 2008
Mary Corrigall, Spier goes in search of an identity, The Sunday Independent, March 30, 2008 Edition 1
2007 Adrienne Van Eeden, Agter eenvoud skuil baie wat tot nadenke stem, dieburger, 3 November 2007
2006 David Paton, Artists’ Books as Intersection of Codex and Digital Environment
Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, Peter McKenzie & Abrie Fourie, Art/ South Africa, pg. 83, vol 04 issue 03, autumn
2005 Miranthe Staden-Garbett, Discovering meaning in the commonplace, The Star, Thursday 15 December 2005
Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, Webtuiste word kuns, Die Wêreld, pg.32, Sondag 24 April, 2005
2004 Rory Bester, “Focus Gallery, Museum for African Art/ New York”, Art/ South Africa, pg. 61, vol 03 issue 02,summer
Leoni Benghitat, “Die lewe deur ‘n lens”, LIG, pg. 24,25, Deel 69 no 11, November 2004
Ruth Sacks, “Abrie Fourie at the Museum for African Art, New York”, Atthrob, no. 85, 4 September 2004
2003 Chris Roper, “Into the deep end” Mail and Guardian, Friday October 10 to 16, 2003
Carine Zaayman, reviews, Art/ South Africa, pg. 68, vol 01 issue 04, winter 2003
Melvyn Minnaar, “Seeing the good in the bad” Cape Times, Tuesday, 29 April, 2003
Paul Edmunds, Abrie Fourie at Joáo Ferreira, Artthrob, no.69 , 1 May 2003
2002 John Eggesboe, Meditate on these things, pg. 101, free 13, Copenhagen, Denmark, Summer 2002
Kathryn Smith, Tough choices, Mail& Guardian, Johannesburg, 26 July 2002
John Peffer, Fragmentary Moments Mistaken For Something Meaningfull, FNB VITA ART PRIZE, JHB,13 July 2002
Clive Kellner, Enemies/ Vyande” Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, pg. 18, 19, 20, Oudtshoorn, March 2002
My Tongue in your Cheek, Kendell Geers, pg.190, Les Presses du Réel/ Janvier/ Rmn, France, 2002
2001 Ashraf Jamal, TANDEM, HOLLAND SOUTH AFRICA LINE, 002, pg.3,4
Philippa Hobbs, “Santu Mofokeng Educational Supplement”, Taxi Art Books, pg. 9, 10
Johanna van Eeden, “ ‘n Wegneem-ete vir geestelike honger” Gauteng-Rapport, 14 Oktober 2001
Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees, “switch on/off “, pg. 9,10, Oudtshoorn, April 2001
Philippa Hobbs, “A debate of Monumental Proportions” pg. 4, MTN Art Institute: Issue 2 April 2001
Michelle Matthews, “Rubbernecking in Africa”, Mail and Guardian, 16 January 2001
Sue Williamson, “Travel dairies: HSAL at the Cape Town Castle, Artthrob, no.41, 9 January 2001
2000 Edo Dijksterhuis, “Artistieke preoccupaties met Apartheid”, NRC Handsblad, 26 August 2000
Ruth Kerkham, “There is a bomb in the exhibition: Kendell Geers” Parachute, September 2000
John Peffer, “Return to sender” Translation/Seduction/Displacement, pg.34, Maine, Portland, USA, August 2000
Cotter H., “Displacement”, The New York Times, Friday, March 24, 2000
Brockington H. Translation/Seduction/Displacement, NY ARTS, Vol.5 n° 1,December 1999 – January 2000
Fourie A. MARCUS NEWS EUROPE NO 4, Brussels, January 2000
1999 co@rtnews, first issue, pg 4, 12, Johannesburg,1999
HORSE , Guy du Toit, Pretoria, 1999
1998 Atkinson B., “Home Sweet Home” Mail and Guardian, July 17-23, 1998
Twiggs L., “Deported”, SL magazine, December 1997/ January 1998
Roteiros 24 Bienal Internacional, São Paulo catalogue, pg. 207, 215, 220, 228, São Paulo, 1998
1997 Stevens M., “Show manipulates viewer in a clever, original way”, Pretoria News, Tuesday November 25, 1997
Atkinson B.,”A new aesthetic?”, Mail and Guardian, November 21- 27, 1997
Van Niekerk L.,”SA en oorsese ‘pers’ en groen kuns”, Die Beeld, Wednesday November 12, 1997
Berry O., “Purple and green”, Pretoria News, Wednesday October 8, 1997
Atkinson B., “Of love loss and longing” July 25- 31, 1997
Du Preez A., “City Scenes”, Pretoria News”, Tuesday June 24, 1997
1996 Friedman H., “Techno -mercenaries for hire”, Mail and Guardian, December 6-12, 1996
Stevens M., “As varied as women them selves”, Pretoria News, Tuesday March 12, 1996
Art in South Africa the Future Present, Williamson Jamal, Cape Town, Johannesburg, 1996
Universales 23. Bienal Internacional São Paulo catalogue,1996
Switch, catalogue, pg. 5,6,12, 14, 20, Africus Institute for Contemporary Art, Johannesburg, 1996
Snakes and Ladders, catalogue, DCA Gallery, New York, 1996
1995 Stevens M.,”A challenging experience”, The Pretoria News, September 1995
Berry O., “Drawing on the environment”, The Pretoria News, Wednesday August 2, 1995
Berry O., “On the cutting edge”, The Pretoria News, Tuesday January 9, 1995
Projected Artists Obietlivo: Roma” catalogue, 2RC Edizioni D’ Arte, 1995
Memory and Geography, catalogue for Doris Bloom and William Kentridge, Johannesburg, 1995
Africus Johannesburg Biennale, catalogue, Johannesburg, 1995

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

ArtOmi, New York, United States of America
Billiton, Johannesburg, South Africa
Clive Kellner, Johannesburg, South Africa
Costa Reis Compilação de Arte Africana Actual, Angola
Daimler Art Collection, Stuttgart/ Berlin, Germany
Danish Ministry of Culture, Denmark
ECAV/ CRIC, Sierre, Switzerland
Frans Masereel Centre, Kasterlee, Belgium
Hanz Bogatzke Collection of Contemporary African Art, Germany
Harrie Siertsema, Pretoria, South Africa
Hollard Collection, Johannesburg, South Africa
Iwalewa-Haus, Africa Centre of the University of Bayreuth, Germany
Jack Ginsberg Book Collection, Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
Museum for African Art, New York, United States of America
objectnotfound, Monterrey, Mexico
Oliewenhuis, National Art Museum, Bloemfontein, South Africa
Pierre Lombart, Johannesburg, South Africa
Polokwane Art Museum, Polokwane, South Africa
Pondside Press, Rhinebeck, New York, United States of America
Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
Rand Merchant Bank, Johannesburg, South Africa
Royal Museum of Fine Art in Antwerp, Belgium
SASOL, Johannesburg, South Africa
SCAD, Savannah, Georgia, United States of America
Sindika Dokolo African collection of contemporary art, Luanda, Angola
South African Broadcasting Corporation, Johannesburg, South Africa
The Graskop Hotel, Graskop, South Africa
THE MTN ART INSTITUTE, Johannesburg, South Africa
Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa
University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa
Vodacom, Johannesburg, South Africa

SELECTED CURATORIAL PRACTISE

2005 — present Exhibition facilitator and advising curator, MODERN ART PROJECTS – SOUTH AFRICA,
http://map-southafrica.org/
2015 The Film Will Always Be You: South African Artists On Screen, coinciding with the SA UK Seasons 2014-2015
hosted by Tate Modern in collaboration with curator Zoe Whitley
2014 A selection of films from the MINE archive, Film program for the exhibition Divine Comedy at the MMK a cooperation
between of MMK and the DIF German Filminstitut Frankfurt
2013 Curator/ facilitator, Mine, Une sélection de films réalisés par des artistes sud-africains, coinciding with the
Seasons South Africa France 2012 & 2013 hosted by MC2a & Novart, Bordeaux and Possessions, a cycle of
films and performances by Khiasma Paris.
2012 Curator/ facilitator, Mine, A Selection of Films by South African Artists, Dubai Community Theatre & Arts Centre,
United Arab Emirates; University of Johannesburg, South Africa; University of the Free State, South Africa
2011 Curator/ facilitator, Mine, A Selection of Films by South African Artists, Iwalewa-Haus, Africa Centre of the
University of Bayreuth, Germany
Co-curator with Harrie Siertsema, Map – South Africa at the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa
2003 — 2007 Founder and curator, Outlet Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
2006 — 2007 Curatorial service for The Art In Embassy Program, American Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa
2005 Invited Young Curator – OUTLET/ UIT LAAT, Aardklop National Arts Festival, Potchefstroom, South Africa
2002 Installation of Garden of Words for Willem Boshoff, Watershed exhibition, Silkeborg, Denmark
1997 Curator, Purple and Green, Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria, South Africa
1996 Assistant for curator Jean-Hubert Martin and artist Francina Ndmandi, Universales, 23. Bienal São Paulo, Brazil
Co-curator with Tumelo Mosaka, Nicole Kurz, Ruphus Matibe, Switch, Africus Institute for Contemporary Art,
Johannesburg, South Africa
1995 Co-curator with Wayne Barker, Nicole Kurz, Marlaine Tosoni, Brown & Green, Pretoria Art Museum, South Africa
Assistant curator and coordinator, Geography & Memory, William Kentridge and Doris Bloom, 1st Johannesburg
Biennale, South Africa

EDUCATION

1995 Certificate in Curatorship, AFRICUS Johannesburg Biennale, Johannesburg, South Africa
1993 National Diploma Fine Arts, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa

Artworks in the SAFFCA Collection