Willie Bester is regarded as one of South Africa's most important resistance artists. Using found objects and discarded materials in his sculptures and paintings, Bester creates narratives about the ways in which institutions manipulate individuals - with particular reference to the inner workings of Apartheid. Born in South Africa in 1956, Bester has exhibited throughout Africa and Europe, notably at the 45th Venice Biennial. This publication documents his first solo exhibition in North America. Two essays accomapnied by a biography of the artist and colour plates.Willie Bester is regarded as one of South Africaa#39;s most important resistance artists.
|Author||:||Willie Bester, Gloria House, Alison Kenzie|
|Publisher||:||ABC Art Books - 2007|