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2. Dr Portia Malatjie (ed)(2018) Batlhaping Ba Re! - Mmakgako Mapula Helen Sebidi, Cape Town: Norval Foundation and Everard Read, exhibition catalogue, paperback.
3. Owen Martin (ed) (2009) Heliostat – Wim Botha, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibtion catalogue, paperback.
4. Emmanuel Iduma & Ibrahim Mahama (2019) Labour of Many – Ibrahim Mahama, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibition catalogue, paperback.
5. William Kentridge, David Freedberg and Karel Nel (2020) Why Should I Hestitate: Sculpture– William Kentridge, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibition catalogue, hardcover.
6. Imraan Coovadia and Owen Martin (2020) Accomplice - Michael Armitage, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibition catalogue, paperback.
7. Norval Foundation (ed)(2021)The Reunion – Georgina Gratrix, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibition catalogue, includes a foreword by Elana Brundyn and Owen Martin and an essay by Liese van der Watt . Also includes Georgina Gratrix in conversation with Khanya Mashabela
8. Sean O'Toole (2021) Congress: The Social Body in Three Figurative Painters, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, exhibition catalogue, paperback.
9. How Vincent, A Western Leopard Toad, Found his Croak, Cape Town: Norval Foundation, childrens book, paperback.
Kindly donated by Norval Foundation.
Norval Foundation is unique in South Africa, for being the only art museum with a dedicated publications programme for both adults and children. The Foundation is passionately committed to disseminating knowledge about art and artists, by developing accessible and quality driven publications for everyone to enjoy and learn. In addition, we are producing children’s books to accompany our children’s education programme. Our books on artists and visual culture provide deeper insight, often featuring scholarly texts by local and international writers. Norval Foundation places great emphasis on doing meaningful research into the artists and cultural contexts that informed them and see it as our duty to present that knowledge in a readable and stimulating way.