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By Yiwola Awoyale, Lonely Planet Phrasebooks


ISBN-13: 1937556987105


ISBN-13: 4202220234159

ISBN-10: 1740596927

ISBN-13: 9781740596923

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This gives the impression that the foreman is about to be either pushed out of the picture by the forward movement of the workers, or else he is about to be obliterated by blows and dissolved into the yellow ground on which he stands. Sekoto described his recollection of this image to Barbara Lindop: . . 18 This description points both to the aggressive character of the scene and to its musicality. 19 Marabi music is propulsive, based on repeated rhythmic chords played on the low notes with the left hand, and is similar to the Harlem “stride” style of James P.

Of course, not all black artists’ work, despite the reductive township art label, operated on the same critical level. ”97 Nevertheless, black artists, who were also likely to be breadwinners for large extended families, had to work within these constraints: the demand for exoticism and self-representation, and the need for an outlet for self-expression. But by considering white patronage as the only or ultimate factor influencing black art production, one does not allow for the possibility that artists could produce an art that appealed to bourgeois taste but was also critical, as Koloane suggests, of the status quo.

Critics used the term reductively to gloss a whole category of vital art practice in South Africa by conflating form, content, and the identity of the maker. According to South African Figure 12. Sydney Kumalo, Mask, 1960. 5 cm (height). Courtesy of the estate of the late Sydney Kumalo and the Goodman Gallery. 29 If you didn’t do this kind of thing [township art] it was harder. In 1977 and 1978 I started experimenting with collage, and I took some of these pieces to Gallery 21. The fi rst thing the owner said was that I didn’t do the work .

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