selected catalogues and publications

Developing Images of Self: Childhood, Youth and Family Photographs in Works by Three South African Women article by Brenda Schmahmann, African Arts, vol. 45, no. 4 Winter 2012.

Art South Africa Vol 10.2, review by Alexander Dodd. Edited by Bronwyn Law-Viljoen.

South African Art Now, by Sue Williamson, Harper Collins.

Bridget Baker, an exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of the solo show at CAB (Centro de Arte Contemporanea), Burgos, Spain.

.za Giovane Arte Dal Sudafrica, exhibition catalogue. Edited by Lorenzo Fusi, Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena.

Do South Africans Really Exist, an article by Kathryn Smith for Artists Profile, 2007.

Zeitgenössische Fotokunst Aus Südafrika Alexander Tolnay (ed). 2007. Neuer Berliner Kunstverein und Edition Braus im Wachter Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg.

Liste 2006,a review by Sidonio Costa in Arte Aldia (International Magazine of Contemporary Latin American Art), issue 115, 2006.

Wish You Were Here an article written by Ernst Beck, edited by Luna Shyr, Art & Auction June 2006, volume XXIX no.10.

Art South Africa Vol4.4, June 2006. Edited by Sean O’Toole.

But being a sensible woman, she subdued her terrors and turned over and went to sleep again. An exhibition catalogue, text by Kathryn Smith.

Very Real Time, edited by Gregg Smith and Sara De Bondt.

10 years 100 artists: art in a democratic South Africa, edited by Sophie Perryer.

KKNK 2002, edited by Clive van den Berg, Kathryn Smith and Lucia Burger.

The Weave of Memory: Siemon Allen’s ‘Screen’ in Postapartheid South Africa, an article written by Andrés Mario Zervigón for Art Journal – Spring 2001.

The Newest Avant-Garde, an article written by Barbara Pollack for ARTnews, April 2001.

Liberated Voices: Contemporary Art from South Africa, edited by Frank Herreman, assisted by Mark D’Amato.

The District Six Public Sculpture Project edited by Crain Soudien and Renate Meyer.

Trade Routes: History and Geography by Okwui Enwezor.

Art in South Africa: Future Present by Sue Williamson and Ashraf Jamal.