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Levaillant’s Legacy – A History of South African Ornithology

Roy Siegfried: a remarkable synthesis

of the history of the development of the study of birds in South Africa.

Illustrated

MARCH 2015 – print matters heritage

Clifford Mpai – a way of seeing  

with contributions from art historians, reviewers, and contemporary artists:

although his work features in many major South African public and

corporate art collections, Clifford Mpai (b1937) has received little national

exposure or public recognition. 

SEPTEMBER 2015 – print matters art & crafts

My Dear Eve – Letters from Camdeboo  - Volume 1 and 2

edited by Professor Paul Walters and illustrated by Lucy Stuart-Clark:

a collection of letters written by Sita Palmer to Eve Palmer about all aspects of a

farming family’s life in the Karoo. Many of the letters lay the groundwork

for the two books by EvePalmer about the farm.

More than 400 in number, the letters cover the years 1961 to 1993.

VOLUME 1 / SEPTEMBER 2015 – print matters heritage

VOLUME 2 / MARCH 2016 – print matters heritage

Life in Art – The Karen McKerron Gallery

edited by Robin Stuart-Clark with contributions from artists, reviewers:

the biography of a gallery that for almost twenty years hosted and nurtured the

work of an alphabet of South African painters, printmakers, ceramicists

and sculptors, most of whom are today well-known international artists.

Cover painting: Carl Becker – Dump Bacchanal (oil on canvas)

MARCH 2016 – print matters heritage


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Print Matters 2014/15 Catalogue is NOW AVAILABLE in pdf format - email: info@printmatters.co.za

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Publishing Print Matters publishes books on South African art, craft and heritage with a particular focus on those artists, craftspeople and individuals who have been overlooked yet made an impact on South African culture: they have stories to tell and vision to share that can empower our youth and restore pride in our collective heritage.

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latest titles

Art & Craft

Clifford M'Pai - a way of seeing
by Elisabeth Anderson

COMING SOON RELEASE MAY 2015


Dreams for Africa Chair - The Woza Moya Crafters at the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust, KwaZulu-Natal.
by The Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust

In 2009 the Woza Moya crafters attended a body-mapping work shop where it became evident that very few of them had dreams. Why? When you...More info


Frank Spears - The Painter
by Melissa Sutherland

In 1928 a young English draughtsman arrived by boat in Table Bay aged 22 not knowing that the next 40 years of his life would...More info


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Zulu Beadwork
by Eleanor Preston-Whyte

Volume 3 in the series of the Print Matters Zulu Crafts Series A brief outline of the history of beadmaking in KwaZulu-Natal, followed by an examination...More info


Figuring Faith: Images of Belief in Africa
by Fiona Rankin-Smith

Figuring Faith: Images of Belief in Africa arose from an exhibition of the same name at the Standard Bank Gallery in 2006, curated by Fiona...More info


James Hartlief - Artist of the Dreaming World
by Jeni Couzyn and James Hartlief

James Hartlief lives in the village of Nieu Bethesda, in the heart of the Great Karoo. In this inspiring book he tells his story, through...More info


Ukucwebezela: To Shine / Contemporary Zulu Ceramics
by Dr Elizabeth Perrill

Published in 2008, Ukucwebezela: To Shine is a catalog that discuss the history, technique, and new directions in Zulu ceramics. The exhibition and catalog were named...More info


Zulu Pottery
by Dr Elizabeth Perrill

A brief history of and guide to contemporary Zulu Pottery Long held as one of the most spiritually charged Zulu art forms, Zulu ceramics have entered...More info


The Artist in the Garden - The Quest for Moses Tladi
by Angela Read Lloyd

In December 1931 Moses Tladi became the first black artist ever to exhibit in the South African National Gallery. During the 1930s Tladi achieved a...More info


Zulu Basketry
by Jannie van Heerden

The definitive guide to contemporary Zulu basket weaving. Long overlooked, Zulu Basketry is the first comprehensive pictorial record of a craft form that has endured...More info


Sandra McGregor - ‘Onse artist' in District Six
by Dolores Fleischer

In 1966, under the Group Areas Act of 1950, District Six was declared a white area by the Nationalist government. Between 1966 and 1982 approximately...More info