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Anton Kannemeyer "Joe Dog" (Kannemeyer, Anton)
Pappa In Doubt .................. 2015 JACANA MEDIA
- More Adventures In Africa
With Pappa In Doubt, Anton Kannemeyer returns to the fertile land that he explored to brilliant satiric effect in Pappa in Afrika (2010) . Once again parodying Herges Tintin in the Congo (1931), Kannemeyer exposes the contradictions and paradoxes of life in the postcolony. The artist is as provocative as he is playful, and does not spare himself the relentless, humorous scrutiny to which he subjects politicians, despots and his neighbours in the leafy suburbs. In addition to drawings, paintings and prints, the book features extended comics in which Kannemeyer traces the dawning of his political consciousness as a young white Afrikaans-speaking South African, whose life is entwined with the joys and realities of Africa. His comics and other singular images also confront and reflect on the racism embedded in language and the physical and mental violence ingrained in the deeply divided society in which he lives.
Alphabet Of Democracy ....... 2010 JACANA MEDIA
Anton Kannemeyer's Alphabet Of Democracy is an illustrated A to Z guide to the absurdities of life in the democratic South Africa. Kannemeyer subverts the myth of the 'rainbow nation' with acute humour and critique, dissecting the issues, events and personalities that confound the country in more than 70 paintings, drawings and prints.
Anton Kannemeyer, AKA Joe Dog, has been publishing and exhibiting his work since 1992, the year he and Conrad Botes founded Bitterkomix as students at the University of Stellenbosch. Based in Cape Town, Kannemeyer exhibits regularly in South Africa, Europe and the United States. Previous books include Pappa in Afrika (2010) and The Big Bad Bitterkomix Handbook (2006).
Pappa In Afrika .................... 2010 JACANA MEDIA
Anton Kannemeyer, aka Joe Dog of Bitterkomixfame, unflinchingly explores the vigorous debates around race that enliven and shadow daily life in South Africa. Pappain Afrika brings together recent drawings, paintings and comics that tackle colonialism and its ongoing legacy head-on, adopting Herge's Tintin as the archetypal figure of the white settler. Praised in the New York Times for its 'semiotic sophistication, graphic ingenuity and X-ray political vision', Kannemeyer's work is as relentless in its critique of the hypocrisy and racist attitudes of white society as it is of the greed and corruption of Africa's new political elite.
Zeke And The White Snake .. HOND
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