Gabrielle Guy

  1. Jo Ractliffe Being There
  2. Shaun Gaylard & Brett McDougall RSA365
  3. African Artists
  4. Georgina Gratrix The Reunion
  5. James Oatway and Alon Skuy [BR]OTHER
  6. Zander Blom The Garage-ism Manifesto
  7. Jansen van Staden Microlight
  8. Jo Ractliffe Photographs 1980s–now
  9. Mawande Ka Zenzile Uhambo luyazilawula
  10. William Kentridge Why Should I Hesitate
  11. Sean O’Toole The Magic of Stones
  12. Pieter Hugo 25 postcards
  13. Gerhard Marx Ecstatic Archive
  14. Leah Hawker Breastfeeding 101
  15. Jo Ractliffe Signs of Life
  16. Penny Siopis Material Acts
  17. Wim Botha Heliostat
  18. Igshaan Adams When Dust Settles
  19. Sabelo Mlangeni Umlindelo wamaKholwa
  20. Thomas Chapman & David Southwood Hustles
  21. Re/discovery and Memory
  22. 9 More Weeks
  23. Cyril Ramaphosa & Daniel Naudé Cattle of the Ages
  24. Dominique Cheminais Eighty-four thousand
  25. Jo Ractliffe Everything is Everything
  26. Zander Blom Paintings Vol II Collector’s edition
  27. Zander Blom Paintings Vol II
  28. Jane Alexander PHOTO-BOOK
  29. Penny Siopis Grief
  30. Penny Siopis Shame
  31. Zanele Muholi Somnyama Ngonyama
  32. Daniel Naudé Sightings of the Sacred
  33. African Futures
  34. Zander Blom Modern Painting: Piet Mondrian
  35. 9 Weeks
  36. Gerhard Marx Depths in Feet
  37. Dominique Cheminais The Animal Breaking Through the Flesh
  38. Edson Chagas Found Not Taken
  39. Wim Botha Pietà
  40. Pieter Hugo The Journey
  41. Serge Alain Nitegeka Into The BLACK
  42. Kemang Wa Lehulere
  43. Kemang Wa Lehulere Collector’s edition
  44. Jane Alexander Survey: Cape of Good Hope
  45. Zanele Muholi Faces and Phases 2006-14
  46. Penny Siopis Time and Again Collector’s edition
  47. Penny Siops Time and Again
  48. Guy Tillim Joburg: Points of View
  49. The Erotic Drawings of Anton Kannemeyer Collector’s edition
  50. The Erotic Drawings of Anton Kannemeyer
  51. Brett Murray
  52. Deborah Poynton Pictures
  53. Bitterkomix 16
  54. Zander Blom Paintings Vol I
  55. Zander Blom Paintings Vol I Collector’s edition
  56. Daniel Naudé Animal Farm
  57. über(W)unden
  58. Bicycle Portraits (green book)
  59. Bicycle Portraits (blue book)
  60. Bicycle Portraits (yellow book)
  61. Guy Tillim Second Nature
  62. BillyMonk
  63. Reihenhausmannskost
  64. Tretchikoff: The People’s Painter
  65. Nandipha Mntambo
  66. Nandipha Mntambo Collector’s edition
  67. Claudette Schreuders
  68. Claudette Schreuders Collector’s edition
  69. Jo Ractliffe As Terras Do Fim Do Mundo
  70. Zanele Muholi Faces and Phases
  71. Steven Cohen Life is Shot, Art is Long
  72. Child Health Now
  73. Nicholas Hlobo
  74. Nicholas Hlobo Collector’s edition
  75. Das is(s)t Deutschland
  76. Youssef Nabil I Won’t Let You Die
  77. Guy Tillim Avenue Patrice Lumumba
  78. Guy Tillim Congo Democratic
  79. 10 Years 100 Artists

  1. Events of the Social The Walther Collection
  2. Cian-Yu Bai
  3. Zander Blom Monochrome Paintings
  4. Frida Orupabo Hours After
  5. .info issue 07 [newsletter]
  6. Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi Gymnasium
  7. .info issue 06 [newsletter]
  8. Dada Khanyisa Good Feelings
  9. Daniel Naudé The Bovine Prophecy
  10. .info issue 02 [newsletter]
  11. .info issue 01 [newsletter]
  12. Zander Blom New Paintings
  13. Matšatši a ...
  14. Candice Breitz + Mohau Modisakeng
  15. Moshekwa Langa Fugitive
  16. Concerning Symmetry
  17. JoburgArtFair 2016 Directory
  18. JoburgArtFair 2016 Visitor’s Guide
  19. JoburgArtFair 2016 VIP Programme
  20. Section Cinéma
  21. Ian Grose Small Paintings
  22. Samson Kambalu Nyau Cinema
  23. Kings County
  24. The New Church
  25. Simon Gush Work
  26. Wim Botha Rooms
  27. Wim Botha Solipsis
  28. Wim Botha Busts
  29. Wim Botha Busts & Solipsis Collector’s edition
  30. Ernest Mancoba Drawings & Paintings from the Studio
  31. Trade Routes Revisited
  32. Olafur Eliasson Erosion
  33. Africa & Abstraction Johannesburg: Blom Hlobo Nitegeka Rhode
  34. Africa & Abstraction: Mancoba Odita Blom
  35. What we talk about when we talk about love
  36. Tretchikoff: The People’s Painter catalogue
  37. Geography of Somewhere
  38. Ângela Ferreira Werdmuller Centre
  39. This Is Our Time
  40. Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Essays and Letters
  41. Summer 2009/10: Projects
  42. Paul Edmunds Subtropicalia
  43. Brett Murray Crocodile Tears
  44. Summer 2008/9: Projects
  45. Berni Searle Recent Work 2007/8
  46. Odili Donald Odita Double Edge
  47. Take your road and travel along

  1. Art Joburg 2021
  2. 1981
  3. Stevenson
  4. Art Joburg 2019
  5. Section Nine
  6. ICAIO

Personal Work
  1. END x 1250 [artwork]
  2. Pictures of Pictures [exhibition]
  3. Another project [book]
  4. What would have been an exhibition about bricks [artist’s book]
  5. What would have been an exhibition about bricks [photographic works]
  6. Layout 6 [print exhibited]
  7. Two bricks communicating over a video call [event]
  8. Story 03 for Hyraxhotong [photographs]
  9. Part 4 [book]
  10. Part 3 [book]
  11. Part 2 [book]
  12. Part 1 [book]
  13. A-series experiments [photographic works]
  14. An advent calendar of things to look at for 2018 [book]
  15. A-series x AKJP [collaboration]
  16. A-series additional [photographic works]
  17. A-series [photographic works]
  18. A-series [exhibition]
  19. Calendars of things to look at [books]
  20. Stevenson Instagram Takeover [photographs]
  21. Monolith in Gif 3 [print]


A personal artist book project in the form of a calendar, consisting of found images as well my own photography and sometimes drawings.

The first calendar, A 366-day calendar of things to look at for 2015-16, started on 1 July 2015: my birthday, and therefore the start of my year. The second calendar, A 365-day calendar of things to look at for 2016-17 (pictured here), started on 1 July 2016.

Printed at a local copy shop, I had the stack of A4 pages cut in half to A5-size with a hydraulic guillotine, and then glue-bound them all by hand. I glued the right-hand side shut too, so that a page needs to be cut open every day of the year.
I was interested in the societal desire to consume images, sometimes to the point of addiction, usually in the digital realm of Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook – and then contrasting/ controlling that with supplying only one, static, poorly printed, black and white image per day. I am also interested in allowing an interaction with a book object, in requiring a reader to take a knife to it and slice it open, sometimes tearing the pages a little bit. A rather restrained way of breaking the rules.

Some pictures of of the first calendar here, here, here and here.