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Catalogue of the exhibition of ceramic artwork, Durban Art Gallery, 2012.
Includes the essays: "(un)Earthing History: ceramics at the Durban Art Gallery" by Elizabeth Perrill "A History of Ceramics at the Durban University of Technology" by Tony Starkey "Continuity and Change: ceramics at the Centre for Visual Art, UKZN PMB" by Ian Calder "Mediating Indigeneity and a Cross-cultural Aesthetic in Works by Ceramicists from KZN in the Durban Art Gallery's Collection" and "Rorke's Drift Ceramic Traditions in Context" by Juliette Leeb du-Toit "The Nala Dynasty: the relevance and importance of these Utshwala vessels" by Juliette Armstrong "Ardmore Ceramics" by Valerie Leigh.
André van Vuuren was born in Benoni near Johannesburg in 1945 and lives in Riebeek Kasteel in the Western Cape. Contributions include: "The 'Hidden Political Significance' of Andrew Tshabangu's 'Hostel Interiors'" by Ashraf Jamal "Dreaming of Transcendence: Andrew Tshabangu's photography" by M.
Published to coincide with the exhibition, Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, 2017. Neelika Jayawardane "Anecdotes Of That Which Is So Visible It Cannot be Seen: on the supernatural in Andrew Tshabangu's work" by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung "'No Hawkers': signs taken for Johannesburg" by Hlonipa Mokoena "The Value of Andrew Tshabangu's Photography" by Simon Njami "Andrew Tshabangu's City" by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen "Incomparable: the art of Andrew Tshabangu in context" by Michael Godby Andrew Tshabangu has been making photographs for over twenty years.
When her father joined the army to fight in World War II, Sophia’s mother Frances Elizabeth moved out of the family house with the children to a new housing development, specifically built for ‘Coloured people’ called Schauder.
Sophia attended the local Saint James Catholic School, where she continued with her primary education.
In 2016 she completed a residency, awarded by Capo d'Arte and the French Academy in Rome, in Galiona del Capo, Italy.
She later became Shop steward, and increased her involvement in representing and articulating the grievances of the workers.
She continued working in the factory and never returned to school.
Executive member of the Textile Workers Union in Port Elizabeth, founder member of the South African Congress of Trade Union (SACTU), full-time organiser of the Coloured People’s Congress in Johannesburg, a leader of the 1956 women Sophia Theresa Williams-de Bruyn was born in 1938, in Villageboard, a mixed area that had different nationalities living side by side.
She was raised in the home of her grandparents with her older brother and sister.