This major monograph on the South African artist's work of the last fifteen years highlights the powerful themes of isolation, alienation, and dislocation that characterize her sculptures. Claudette Schreuders creates carved and painted wooden figures that reflect the ambiguities of the search for a post-apartheid African identity.
This book includes reproductions of Schreuders' works, two in-depth essays and a biography of the artist – written by Rory Bester, Faye Hirsch and Antje Krog.
2011, Prestel, 240 pages