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'TAXI-012: Sandile Zulu' (2005)
'TAXI-012: Sandile Zulu' (2005)
'TAXI-012: Sandile Zulu' (2005)
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'TAXI-012: Sandile Zulu' (2005)

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Colin Richards

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From the publisher:
 
“Over the last decade, South African artist Sandile Zulu has developed a refined aesthetic language of repetition, symmetry, and sequence to give form to his artistic impulses. His works, drawing on childhood experiences in rural Kwazulu-Natal, explore the complex terrain of political and historical conflict in South Africa.
 
More sensuous synthesist than purist, Zulu scavenges for urban waste and debris, recycling barbed wire, glass beads, string, industrial moulds, sponge, rubber, paint, and metal to create his remarkable works. The result is a compelling and varied output that reflects Zulu’s interest in indigenous medicine, myth, scientific discourse, and pan-African philosophy. Zulu’s exploration of the relationship between tradition and urban experience is reflected in a visual practice which is at once critical and resolutely aesthetic.”
 
This second-hand copy of TAXI-012: Sandile Zulu is in good condition and includes the original educational supplement.
 
210 x 27 cm | 96 pages 
 
TAXI is a series of titles on contemporary South African artists, initiated in 2000 and published by David Krut Publishing. The series expands on the profiles of South African artists both locally and abroad, developing an active educational programme and teaching resource archive.
 
Colin Richards (b.1954, d.2012) published widely on South African art and curated a number of major exhibitions. He lectured in art criticism, studio practice, and art theory at the Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand. A practising artist, Colin’s work is represented in many prestigious private and public collections.