“Acclaimed international artist Willem Boshoff is in love with text. “Ignore duality of meaning at your peril,” he would holler from the top of the Voortrekker Monument draped in long song sheets and brave, celestial words. But instead, he channels his insight into his art – and my, what sublime conceptual art.”
Willem Boshoff’s exhibition: Text Works, is reviewed by Suzie Bell.
It’s only words, but words are all we have
Cape Times, 6 July 2012
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