Sue Williamson
at Goodman Gallery

London, 19 April 2021
Sue Williamson, Truth Games: Neville Clarence – hold no grudge – AboobakerIsmael (1998). Laminated colour laser print, wood, metal, plastic. 84 x 121 x 6 cm. ⁠⁠Courtesy Goodman Gallery.
Sue Williamson, Truth Games: Neville Clarence – hold no grudge – AboobakerIsmael (1998) (detail). Laminated colour laser print, wood, metal, plastic. 84 x 121 x 6 cm. ⁠⁠Courtesy Goodman Gallery.
Sue Williamson, Truth Games: Neville Clarence – hold no grudge – AboobakerIsmael (1998) (detail). Laminated colour laser print, wood, metal, plastic. 84 x 121 x 6 cm. ⁠⁠Courtesy Goodman Gallery.
Sue Williamson, Truth Games: Neville Clarence – hold no grudge – AboobakerIsmael (1998) (detail). Laminated colour laser print, wood, metal, plastic. 84 x 121 x 6 cm. ⁠⁠Courtesy Goodman Gallery.

Devoting her 40-year career to the documentation of political and social struggles during South Africa's apartheid, Sue Williamson presents her extraordinary first solo exhibition at Goodman Gallery in London, running until 24 April. ⁠⁠

Included in this exhibition is her 1998 series 'Truth Games', consisting of sliding perspex slats brandished with verbal evidence of apartheid's brutality given in court before the TRC (Truth and Reconciliation Commission), alongside newspaper imagery and text. ⁠⁠


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