‘For Whom the Bell Tolls'. Marlene Dumas and South Africa
(Rudy Hodel) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 66-73
For a long time Marlene Dumas felt like a stranger in her new country, the Netherlands. South Africa still has a number of meanings in her work, even if the painter now belongs to the world. Her exhibition For Whom the Bell Tolls was all about life, death, personal grief and powerlessness.
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