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Art Diary

The Show is Over

17 June 2022

The group exhibition at the South London Gallery (24 June–4 September) brings together fourteen international artists whose practices engage with the history of power. Organised by Gabi Ngcobo, the South African curator and director of the Javett Art Centre, and the Colombian artist Oscar Murillo, the show examines the artists’ personal relationships to the after-effects of historical violence. Highlights include the collaborative research projectHow Many ____ Does It Take? (2021) by Simnikiwe Buglungu and Tessa Mars, in which the artists explore the cross-generational afterlife of oppression through archival photography and newspaper cuttings. Find out more on South London Gallery’s website.

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How Many___Does it Take? (2021), Siminkwe Buglungu and Tessa Mars. Courtesy the artists

Do more of what you love (2021), Banele Khoza (b.1994). Courtesy Burke Family Collection

Do more of what you love (2021), Banele Khoza. Courtesy Burke Family Collection

Portrait of Luana Vitra. Photo: Bruno Vilela

Untitled. Moshekwa Langa (b. 1975). Courtesy Stevenson, Amsterdam/Cape Town/Johannesburg; photo: Nina Lieska

Untitled, Moshekwa Langa. Photo: Nina Lieska; courtesy Stevenson, Amsterdam/Cape Town/Johannesburg