Wim Botha
A Premonition of War

Touring 30 June 2005 - 15 July 2006

Wim Botha's Standard Bank Young Artist 2005 exhibition, titled A Premonition of War, opened at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown on 30 June 2005 and travelled to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum in Port Elizabeth (2 August - 18 September 2005); the Tatham Art Gallery in Pietermaritzburg (6 October - 6 November 2005); Durban Art Gallery (23 November 2005 - 22 January 2006); the Oliewenhuis Art Gallery, Bloemfontein (14 February - 19 March 2006); the South African National Gallery in Cape Town (8 April - 28 May 2006); and the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg (13 June - 15 July 2006).

Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg



Scapegoat
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Generic self-portrait as a superior hybrid and Omen
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Phantom I
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Four classical distortions
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Four classical distortions



Four classical distortions



Five authentic discoveries
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Five authentic discoveries
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Durban Art Gallery, Durban

Photos by Angela Buckland



Mieliepap Pietà
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Scapegoat
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Blastwave



Installation view with prints (Coat of Arms I, Table I & II)



Installation view



Installation view


Monument Gallery, National Arts Festival, Grahamstown



Scapegoat
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Untitled (Body double)
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Mieliepap Pietà and
Untitled (Body double)

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Blastwave



Bacchus and satyr



Abraham and Isaac



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