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With the 56th Venice Biennale well under way, have a look at some of the highlights from the Pabellón de Sudáfrica. Titled ‘What remains is tomorrow,’ The South African Pavilion at this year’s la Biennale di Venezia is curated by Christopher Till and Jeremy Rose.
HACIA LA DERECHA DESDE LA IZQUIERDA SUPERIOR: Mark Lewis, Brett Murray, Mohau Modisakeng, Robin Rhode, Jeremy Wafer and Nandipha Mntambo.
Controversy is brewing around the selection of a work by major South African artist, Willem Boshoff. Young South African artists have reacted strongly to Racista en Sudáfrica, which has a prominent place on the Pavilion. Read the historia completa aquí.
Willem Boshoff, Rascist in South Africa 2011.
DE IZQUIERDA A DERECHA: Haroon Gunn-Salie, Mark Lewis, Diane Victor
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