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, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (9 March – 28 May).The exhibition, having been first exhibited at La Monnaie de Paris in France, addresses questions surrounding a woman’s place in culture, probing the patriarchal constructs and conventional ideas about the house or home as a feminine space.Fragments of homes and possessions picked up from the grassed-over demolition sites of District Six, Cape Town, are encapsulated in small transparent blocks.Arranged neatly on the shelves of display cases, the blocks contain silent remnants of a once vibrant community.Works by Willem Boshoff, Kudzanai Chiurai, David Goldblatt and Sue Williamson are included on the exhibition , curated by South African art historian Rory Bester at the New Church Museum in Cape Town.Bester has selected works from the museum’s permanent collection and augmented these with loans that reflect on the patterns of repetition and recognition in turning over and overturning of art histories.
The opening of the exhibition will feature a conversation between Williamson and Delhi-based artist Sonia Kuhrana.
With themes ranging from “Desperate Housewife” to “Dollhouse”, forms part of the latest installment of the Birmingham Museum of Art’s permanent exhibition, Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art, the museum’s first large exhibition of contemporary art from its own collection (until 6 January).
is an immersive installation that humanises the destruction of an entire area in South Africa during Apartheid.
Sue Williamson’s solo exhibition, , an upcoming exhibition at the Birmingham Museum of Art in Alabama, curated by Wassan Al-Khudhairi, Hugh Kaul Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.
The exhibition will run from 27 January 2017 to early January 2019.