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Re/discovery and Memory
The works of Kumalo, Legae, Nitegeka & Villa

Item date(s): 2018

Sydney Kumalo  - (title)
Ezrom Legae  - (title)
Serge Alain Nitegeka  - (title)
Edoardo Villa  - (title)
Louis Norval  - (foreword by)
Marelize Vorster  - (foreword by)
Elana Brundyn  - (foreword by)
Benji Liebmann  - (foreword by)

Pages: 281pp
Size: 273mm
Inscription: Inscribed "For Jack" from Karel Nel

Place publication: Cape Town
Publisher: Norval Foundation and Claire and Edoardo Villa Will Trust
ISBN: 978-0-620-79391-9

Ref: SA/2085


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 Elizabeth Burroughs (essay by)
 Karel Nel (essay by)

Villa 1958-68: Edoardo Villa
 Amalie von Maltitz (essay by)

Villa 1958-68: The Impact of Steel
 Elizabeth Burroughs (essay by)
 Karel Nel (essay by)

Kumalo A Retrospective: Sydney Kumalo
 Elizabeth Rankin (essay by)

Kumalo A Retrospective: Deep Recognition
 Elizabeth Burroughs (essay by)
 Karel Nel (essay by)

Legae A Retrospective: Ezrom Legae
 Elizabeth Rankin (essay by)

Legae A Retrospective: Political Edge
 Elizabeth Burroughs (essay by)
 Karel Nel (essay by)

Nitegeka Constructions of Displaned Identity: The Promises of Pink Modernisms
 Jonathan Cane (essay by)

Nitegeka Constructions of Displaned Identity: Serge Alain Nitegeka in conversation with Karel Nel
 Karel Nel (interview by)
 Serge Alain Nitegeka (interview with)

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