Exhibitions and Publications
Exhibitions which have included photographic images of Nukain Mabuza’s Stone Garden
The Stones Revisited, 1992, Pretoria Art Museum.
The Right to Hope: Five South African Artists, 1995, Johannesburg Art Gallery.
Panoramas of Passage: Changing Landscapes of South Africa, 1995/6, Meridian International Centre, Washington D.C., USA; University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Nukain Mabusa: Road Painter Artist, 2001, Barberton Museum, Mpumalanga.
Two Worlds Outside: Nukain Mabusa & Joshua Samuel, 2006, Winthrop University Galleries, Rockhill, South Carolina, USA.
Publications which have included photographs, articles or information on Nukain Mabuza and his art
Clarke, JFC. 1999. A boulder vision, in The World of Interiors, May, edited by Min Hogg, London.
Clarke, JFC. 1994/5. The stone garden of Nukain Mabusa. Raw Vision: International Journal of Intuitive and Visionary Art, no 10, Winter.
Clarke, JFC. 1992. The Stones Revisited-Nukain Mabusa. Pretoria: Leopardstone Private Press.
Huntley, M. 1992. Art in Outline. An introduction to South African art, 1. Johannesburg: Oxford University Press.
Imrie Ross, S. 1997. This is my world. The life and times of Helen Martins, creator of the Owl House. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.
Lion-Cachet, R. 1976. Rock Art. Farmers Weekly, 29 December.
Maizels, J & Von Schaewen. 1999. Fantasy worlds. New York: Taschen.
vMaizels, J. 1996. Raw creation. Outsider art and beyond. New York: Phaidon Press.
Manley, R. 2005. South by South Africa: Two worlds outside: Nukain Mabusa & Joshua Samuel, exhibition catalogue. Winthrop University Galleries, Rockhill, S.C., USA.
Oberholzer, O. 1989. Southern Circle. Another pictorial journey. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers.
Townsend,T. 1983. The Mhlahla Stones. PAM Bulletin, vol 17, no 2, April.
Television: documentary productions which have featured Nukain Mabuza and the Stone Garden
SABC documentary film made for television which specifically focused on Nukain Mabuza. Broadcast in mid 1970s, present status unknown.
Television Series: SABC 2 TV A Country Imagined, 2010, presented by Johnny Clegg. Episode 12: Mpumalanga - Coming Home.
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