PRESS & REVIEWS: Sharlene Khan

Publications on Sharlene Khan

Spencer, L.G.; Ligaga, D. and Musila, G.A. ‘Gender and Popular Imaginaries in Africa’. Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity, pp. Vol. 32(3). pps. 3-9

Ellapen, J.A. ‘When the Moon Waxes Red: Afro-Asian Intimacies and the Aesthetics of Indenture’, Small Axe 53: July, pps. 94-111

Ellapen, J.A. From Black to Brown: Race, Diaspora, and Post-Apartheid South Africa. Unpublished dissertation submitted in fulfilment of the degree of Doctor of Philsophy, Indiana University, Indiana

Adendorff, A. The Princess in the Veld: Curating Liminality in Contemporary Art Production, University of Pretoria, Unpublished thesis for the degree of PhD (Visual Arts), University of Pretoria

al-Samarai, N.L. ‘Claiming Territory Or: Being a Woman of Colour Artist from the South’ in Asfour, F. and Khan, S. (eds.) I Make Art, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan, pps. 26-35

Asfour, F. ‘Some place where there isn’t trouble’ in Asfour, F. and Khan, S. (eds.) I Make Art, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan, pps. 109-129

Govinden, B. ‘For Sharlene Khan: Contemplation’ in Asfour, F. and Khan, S. (eds.) I Make Art, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan, pps. 82-85

Greslé, Y. ‘When I felt like I just wasn’t being heard’: Sharlene Khan’s Nervous Conditions’ in Asfour, F. and Khan, S. (eds.) I Make Art, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan, pps. 66-78

Kiguwa, P. ‘Postcolonial Entanglements: Psycho-Social Readings of Race, Gender and Nation in Sharlene Khan’s Nervous Conditions and No Place’ in Asfour, F. and Khan, S. (eds.) I Make Art, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan, pps. 90-98

Van Der Merwe, L. ‘Sacrificial Bodies as Corporeal Articulations of Violence in the Work of South African Female Artists’. Image & Text. No. 24. pps. 08-30

Pillay, T. The Artistic Practices of Contemporary South African Indian Women Artists: How Race, Class and Gender Affect the Making of Visual Art. Unpublished Masters thesis submitted in fulfillment for the degree of Master of Arts, University of South Africa, Pretoria

Bambelele, P. ‘Artist Explores Other Stories in Joburg’. Sowetan Live. 18 March 

Saleem, F. ‘South African Artists to Display Work at VCUQ Gallery’. The Peninsula. Doha, Qatar

Anonymous. ‘Gallery at VCU Qatar Presents ‘Crossing Boundaries: Contemporary Art and Artists from South Africa”.

Anonymous. ‘Crossing Boundaries. Contemporary Art and Artists from South Africa.’ L’Agenda – Qatar. pp. 48

Asfour, F. ‘Introduction’ in Asfour, F. (ed.) What I look like, What I feel like, exhibition catalogue, pp.8-9, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan

Ligaga, D. ‘Negotiating Identity Through the Gendered and Racialised body of a South African Artist’, in Asfour, F. (ed.) What I look like, What I feel like, exhibition catalogue, pp.26-36, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan

Tadjo, V. ‘Being the Subject. Sharlene Khan interviewed by Veronique Tadjo’, in Asfour, F. (ed.) What I look like, What I feel like, exhibition catalogue, pp.12-18, Johannesburg: Sharlene Khan

NY Arts. ‘Social Masquerade – Sharlene Khan’, Summer Voices 2009, April, USA

Kumalo-Valentine, Z. ‘Painter with Purpose: Sharlene Khan’, Marie Claire, March, pp.127, South Africa

Asfour, F. ‘Cities in Transformation – Interview with Sharlene Khan’, Amkenah Magazine, Nr. 9, Alexandria

Corrighall, M. ‘Here’s What I Think of your Labels’. Johannesburg

Bohlin, A.L. ‘Gatans liv pa Bildmuseet. “Urban Concerns” ett smarbete med Sydafrika’, Folkbladnet. 19 January

Sjorgen, A. ‘Gatans liv pa Bildmuseet’, Vasterbottens Folkblad. 29 January

Pabale, M. ‘Artists Focus on Built Environment’. 5 March 

Asfour, F. ‘Arts’. Karibu. Khanya College, Johannesburg, pp. 7

Mdanda, S. ‘Sharlene Khan at Gallery Momo’, Artthrob, Issue 134 (October)

Simba Sambo. ‘Free Radicals: Dead Revolutionaries Club’, Art South Africa, Vol. 6.3

Janson, Marten. ‘Sharlene Khan – Imagining the Cityscape’

Merchant, Preston. ‘Sharlene Khan: ‘It started off as me and ended up as them’, 8 February

Edblom, S. ‘Subject Matters’, Artlink, Vol 27, No. 2, June, Australia 

Smith, K. ‘MTN New Contemporaries’, Art South Africa, Vol. 5.1, Spring, pp.68-69

Pichon, S. ‘Visions de l’Afrique du Sud’, Bordeaux 7, 21 September, Bordeaux , pp.11

Talotta, J. ‘Picking Up the Pace of the Art World’, Business Day Art, July, pp.4-5, Johannesburg

Yorke, Z. ‘The ID of South African Art’, Art South Africa

Van den Ende, J. ‘Identity: Maak Kennis Met de Hedendaagse Zuid-Afrikaanse Kunst’. Amstersdam

Gule, K. ‘Sharlene Khan’ in Perryer, S. (ed.) 10 Years, 100 Artists, Cape Town: Bell-Roberts

Rubin, N. ‘Blurred Visions’, Art South Africa, Vol.03, Issue: 02, Cape Town: Bell-Roberts

Mofokeng, L. ‘Face Value’, Sunday Times (Metro supplement), 5 September, pp.14, Johannesburg

Ryan, M. ‘Murals Cheer Up Durban Station’, The Mercury, 5 February, pp.6, Durban

Marschall, S. Community Murals in South Africa, pp.137-140, Pretoria: University of South Africa

Metrobeat Reporter. ‘Mural Magic’, Metrobeat, September/October, pp.12, Durban

Pillay, P. ‘Art is Sharlene’s Calling’, Post, 17-19 April, pp. 2, Durban

Poldner, K. Storying Durban’s Art Scene, Unpublished Master’s Dissertation, Amsterdam: Vrijestaat Universiteit

Smart, C. ‘Workers’, The Daily News, 13 June, pp.5, Durban

Mercury Reporter. ‘Worker’s Day’, The Mercury, 1 May, pp. 4, Durban

Premdev, D. ‘Durban at Work’, Sunday Tribune (Sunday Magazine), 22 April, pp.3, Durban

Pather, S. ‘Sharlene’s Eye for Detail Reveals Slice of Life Often Overlooked’. The Leader, pp.11, 4 May, Durban

Naidu, K. ‘Art-Stopping Stuff’, Inside UDW, August/September, pp. 4, Durban

Maharaj, N. ‘Murals Helps Ward off the Hospital Blues’, Post, 26-27 May, Durban

Naidu, K. ‘UDW Scores Two Abe Bailey Fellows’, Inside UDW, October/November, pp.4, Durban