First edition: 183 pages, colour fronitspiece, profusley illustrated in colour and balck and white, brown pictorial wrappers,- paperback, a very good copy.
Limited edition of 900 softcover copies.
Once seen as one of South Africa’s leading resistance artists, Nhlengethwa has grown from this and adjusted the style and content of his works to explore other themes such as music, specifically jazz and the mechanics of everyday living.
He works with found printed images from posters and magazines, including his recollections of township life in his imagery.Nhlengethwa is intrigued by people and their spaces "Throughout the years, all my pieces have dealt with the movement of people. I enjoy paying homage to people and places through my art". In the tributes prints, he pays tribute to some of his visual art contemporaries and others who have paved the way for South African art. He salutes and honours Cecil Skotnes, Helen Sebidi, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Deborah Bell, Dumile Feni, William Kentridge, Judith Mason, Marlene Dumas, Peter Clark, David Koloane, George Pemba, Dumisani Mabaso, Esta Mahlangu, Robert Hodgins and Gerard Sekoto.http://www.kalkbaymodern.co.za/sam-nhlengethwa/
- Overall Condition: A Very Good Copy
- Size: 4to (310 x250mm)