...of Prosperity - Mary Sibande - installation by a fabulous South African artist

The work of South African artist Mary Sibande – in pictures

'of Prosperity' by South African artist Mary Sibande installation: Venice Biennale. via the Guardian

They Don't Make Them Like They Used To - Mary Sibande, 2008

The work of South African artist Mary Sibande – in pictures

EVOCATIVE ART: ‘long live the dead queen’ series by mary sibande on display in johannesburg.the pieces are actually sculptures which sibande creates and then has photographed.

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Mary Sibande – poking at power relations in post-apartheid South Africa - The South African Art Times

Mary Sibande 'Long Live the Dead Queen' series

I'm overwhelmingly inspired by Johannesburg based artist Mary Sibande. Her 'Long Live the Dead Queen' series seems to have so many layer.

Standard Bank Young Artist Award 2013 - Mary Sibande (Visual Art) Pic by Adam McConnachie. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded=Iv2UjNqj7k4

2013 Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art - Mary Sibande. Pic by Adam McConnachie.

Mary Sibande - 'Her Majesty Queen Sophie' (2010)

spazionea: “ Mary Sibande, Her Majesty Queen Sophie 2010 Digital Print (Edition of 110 x 80 cm ”

Velucia - Mary Sibande - Sophie, 2009

The work of South African artist Mary Sibande – in pictures

Sibande employs the human form as a vehicle to explore the construction of identity in post-colonial South Africa

Sophie in Johannesburg - Mary Sibande. More than nineteen buildings in Johannesburg have been draped in large pictures of a three dimensional Victorian maid titled Sophie, created by South African artist Mary Sibande.

South African artist Mary Sibande's grand sculptures use the figure and ornate gowns to address issues of class, identity and beauty.

Diane Victor: disasters of peace (give a woman enough ribbon)

Diane Victor: disasters of peace (give a woman enough ribbon)

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Mary Sibande Lovers in Tango, 2011 Mixed media Installation (Fiberglass and cotton fabric) x 300 cm (Sophie: 187 x 300 x each soldie.

Yinka Shonibare, MBE (RA) | Artwork - Photography

Available for sale from James Cohan, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Medusa North Digital chromogenic print, bespoke wood frame, 44 in diameter

Long Live The Dead Queen in Johannesburg - Mary Sibande is an artist of South Africa. His latest creation is " Long Live The Dead Queen" , a series of murals and photographs

Long Live The Dead Queen in Johannesburg - Mary Sibande is an artist of South Africa. His latest creation is " Long Live The Dead Queen" , a series of murals and photographs

The London Artist-Run Galleries You Need to Know

Shonibare in his London studio, Photo by James Mollison for Wall Street Journal Magazine

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