13th Sep, 2023 18:00

20th Century & Contemporary Art

 
  Lot 27
 
Lot 27 - David Goldblatt (South Africa 1930-2018)

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David Goldblatt (South Africa 1930-2018)
Monument to Karel Landman, Voortrekker leader. De Kol, Cape. 10 April 1993

giclée print on archival cotton rag paper

Artwork date: 1993
Signature details: signed and dated 10/4/1993 bottom right
Exhibited: Examples from the edition were exhibited in:
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948–2018’, 19 October 2018 to 3 March 2019.
Centre Pompidou, Paris, ‘David Goldblatt’, 21 February to 7 May 2018.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, 'The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1838 to Today', 1 August to 1 November 2010.
Västerås Art Museum, Västerås, ‘David Goldblatt’, 25 January to 24 February 2008.
Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, ‘David Goldblatt: Intersections Intersected’, 26 July to 12 October 2008.
Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg, ‘Intersections Intersected’, 16 January to 1 March 2008.
Hasselblad Center, Göteborg, ‘David Goldblatt’, 25 November 2006 to 21 January 2007.
Literature: Kent, R. (ed.) (2018). ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948–2018’. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, illustrated on p.323.
Ziebinska-Lewandowska, K. (2018). ‘David Goldblatt: Structures of Dominion & Democracy’, Göttingen: Steidl Publishers, illustrated on p.261.
Goldblatt, D. (2008). ‘Intersections Intersected’, Porto: Serralves Museum, illustrated on p.26.; Goldblatt, D. (2006). ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs: Hasselblad Award 2006’, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, illustrated on p. 150.


 

giclée print on archival cotton rag paper

Artwork date: 1993
Signature details: signed and dated 10/4/1993 bottom right
Exhibited: Examples from the edition were exhibited in:
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948–2018’, 19 October 2018 to 3 March 2019.
Centre Pompidou, Paris, ‘David Goldblatt’, 21 February to 7 May 2018.
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, 'The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1838 to Today', 1 August to 1 November 2010.
Västerås Art Museum, Västerås, ‘David Goldblatt’, 25 January to 24 February 2008.
Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, ‘David Goldblatt: Intersections Intersected’, 26 July to 12 October 2008.
Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg, ‘Intersections Intersected’, 16 January to 1 March 2008.
Hasselblad Center, Göteborg, ‘David Goldblatt’, 25 November 2006 to 21 January 2007.
Literature: Kent, R. (ed.) (2018). ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs 1948–2018’. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, illustrated on p.323.
Ziebinska-Lewandowska, K. (2018). ‘David Goldblatt: Structures of Dominion & Democracy’, Göttingen: Steidl Publishers, illustrated on p.261.
Goldblatt, D. (2008). ‘Intersections Intersected’, Porto: Serralves Museum, illustrated on p.26.; Goldblatt, D. (2006). ‘David Goldblatt: Photographs: Hasselblad Award 2006’, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, illustrated on p. 150.

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image size: 37 x 45.5 cm; framed size: 61 x 69.5 x 1.5 cm

Provenance:

Private collection, Cape Town.

Unwilling to submit to British colonial rule with its liberalisation of markets, egalitarian treatment of servants and freeing of slaves, thousands of Afrikaners emigrated from the Cape between 1834 and 1845 in what became known as the Great Trek. Karel Landman, who farmed in this area until 1837, became a leader in that movement. He led a party of 180 Whites and their servants on a trek of 885 kilometers into Natal, where he distinguished himself in several battles with the Zulus. – David Goldblatt

Goldblatt, D., Loock, U. & Powell, I. (2008). Intersections Intersected. Porto: Civilização Editoria, p.26.

COLLECTOR'S NOTE

Examples from the edition form part of the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York and The Art Institute of Chicago.

COLLECTIONS

The artist is represented in numerous local and international collections, notably:
MoMA, New York, USA.; Tate Modern, London, UK.; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France.; Centre Pompidou, Paris, France.; Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, France; The French National Art Collection, France.; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia.; The Art Gallery of Western Australia.; Huis Marseilles, Amsterdam, Netherlands.; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands.; Fotomuseum, Winterthur, Switzerland.; Hasselblad Collection, Sweden.; Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Germany.; Art Collection Deutsche Borse, Frankfurt, Germany.; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, USA.; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria.; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA.; National Gallery of Canada.; Getty Museum, Los Angeles, USA.; Art Institute, Chicago, USA., Iziko, South African National Gallery, Cape Town.; Durban Art Gallery.; Johannesburg Art Gallery.; University of South Africa, Pretoria.; University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.; University of Cape Town.

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