Cedric Nunn, “Call and Response” – review by John Edwin Mason

Writer, critic and scholar on African history and the history of photography at the University of Virginia, John Edwin Mason, was in attendance at the opening of Cedric Nunn’s Call and Response at David Krut Projects in New York last week. He has written a delightful review of the exhibition – the full article can be […]

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Gary Schneider – Full Exposure

Cate McQuaid, Boston Globe Gary Schneider’s life-size photographs of nudes at Howard Yezerski Gallery are more portraits than they are nudes.  That is to say, Schneider does not focus on formal beauty, but on psychological vulnerability, and the results are exquisitely moving.  He has his subjects lie on black velvet, hands on their thighs, and […]

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‘William Kentridge Flute’ reviewed by André Brink: A profound meditation on Kentridge’s multi-dimensional Magic Flute

A profound meditation on Kentridge’s multi-dimensional Magic Flute (First published in the Sunday Independent of 28 October 2007) The performances of William Kentridge’s production of Mozart’s Magic Flute have been a triumph in a number of cities in the world, and South Africa has been no exception. Now his Flute, edited by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, has been issued […]

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William Kentridge Magics the Elements of Classic Opera

William Kentridge magics the elements of classic opera and turns Mozart’s The Magic Flute into glittering gold Opera is pure performance art. It brings together voice and visuals to transport the viewer into a world of fantasy and wonder. At least, that is what it should do. And that is what William Kentridge does achieve in […]

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