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by Sue Williamson

Category: History and Criticism
Subcategory: Photo and Art
Author: Sue Williamson
ISBN: 1919930698
ISBN13: 978-1919930695
Language: English
Publisher: Double Storey Publishers; 2Rev Ed edition (September 1, 2010)
Pages: 160
Fb2 eBook: 1518 kb
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Sue Williamson (born 1941) is an artist and writer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Sue Williamson was born in Lichfield, England in 1941. In 1948 she immigrated with her family to South Africa.

Sue Williamson (born 1941) is an artist and writer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Between 1963 and 1965 she studied at the Art Students League of New York. In 1983 she earned her Advanced Diploma in Fine Art from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town.

First published in 1989. Excellent quick guide through the artists who used their talents to combat the apartheid regime in South Africa in the 1980s.

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First published in 1989, it soon became a bestseller. First published in 1989, it soon became a bestseller

Resistance Art - In South Africa, the years 1968-1971 saw a window for relatively free expression before the .

This opportunity in time that was reflected in an exhibition shown at the Durban Art Gallery called 'Art, South Africa Today'. Since he was living in Germany in exile when he created this series, he used Ernest Cole's book of apartheid photography titled 'House of Bondage' as reference.

Williamson has written three seminal volumes on South African art; South African Art Now (2009: Harper Collins), Art in South Africa: the Future Present (with Ashraf Jamal, 1996: David Philip Publishers) and Resistance Art in South Africa (1989: David Philip Publishers)

Sue Williamson is a South African artist who is internationally recognised for her work. Williamson is also known as a writer on contemporary art, and has authored such books as Resistance Art in South Africa (1989), St Martins Press, and South African Art Now (2009) HarperCollins.

Sue Williamson is a South African artist who is internationally recognised for her work. She currently lives and works in Cape Town. In 1987 she founded ww. rtthrob. za, an online journal on South African contemporary art. in 2007 and a Creative Arts Fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation of New York in 2011.

Albie Sachs South African Historical Background South African Resistance or. .Sue Williamson, Resistance Art in South Africa, 2004.

Albie Sachs South African Historical Background South African Resistance or Protest Art spans the period from the 1976 Soweto uprising to the first democratic election in 1994. South African Resistance or Protest Art spans the period from the 1976 Soweto uprising to the first democratic election in 1994. Have You Heard From Johannesburg: Road To Resistance (1 of 7). от Clarity Films.

Resistance Art in South Africa by Sue Williamson, Softcover, Double Storey Books, Reissue published 2004. R 500. Collection A Art Online.

Find nearly any book by Sue Williamson. Sue Williamson (Williamson, Sue). used books, rare books and new books. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Sue Williamson' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Sue Williamson'. Art in South Africa: The future present. Resistance Art in South Africa: ISBN 9780312041427 (978-0-312-04142-7) Hardcover, St Martins Pr, 1990.

"Resistance Art" was Sue Williamson’s classic account of the visual art against apartheid. First published in 1989, it soon became a bestseller. Editions were sold in the United States and the UK, and the South African edition sold out within a few years. Because of continuing demand, this landmark work has now been reprinted with a new preface, so as to make the art of the 1980s and 1990's available to a new generation of readers and art lovers.
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