is published to celebrate Meleko Mokgosi's receipt of the inaugural Mohn Award 2012 endowed by the Mohn Family Foundation, Los Angeles, and on the occasion of his exhibition at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2014). Mokgosi articulates questions around issues of national identification, colonial history, globalisation, transnationality, whiteness, 'African-ness' and postcolonial aesthetics using imagery from his country of birth, Botswana, as well as South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The book contains 63 images over 120 pages, essays by Mokgosi and Jonathan P Binstock, and an interview by Malik Gaines.
Published by Hammer Museum | 2014
Hardcover, 120 pages | ISBN 978-0-9916356-9-6 | Unavailable