CIRCA on Jellicoe held an exhibition of Deborah Bell’s iconic
printmaking projects created in collaboration with Caversham Press.
Deborah Bell is one of South Africa's most acclaimed artists. She has worked with a
great variety of mediums during her career and has collaborated on
various projects that are considered historically important. These projects
include collaborations with contemporaries and pioneers of the resistance
art movement such as William Kentridge and Robert Hodgins. Two of these
collaborations resulted in UBU 101 and Little Morals, two very significant
print collections that benchmarked the resistance movement.
These two bodies of work were exhibited at CIRCA. I was responsible for the curation, installation, administration and selling of this exhibition.