South African Journal of Art History, Volume 22, Issue 1 (2007)
|Geldenhuys, Daniel G.
|East - West South - North : the villancico as carrier of visual, tonal and cultural art forms
|In search of architecture in virtual space : an introduction to The Virtual Space Theory
|Ecological 'art' and the transformation of the world
|Past imperfect : future tense. The response of art in a time of crisis
|Contemporary drawing : considering a semiotics of corporeality-materiality
|Art and the ethical today
|Medieval perception of space and place in the architecture of Gothic churches
|Technological practice, relational being, non-anthropocentric being, the being of a space, and the space of being
|Mare, Estelle Alma & Rapanos, Athanasios
|The sacred and profane symbolism of space in classical Greek architecture : the temple complex of Apollo at Delphi and the Athenian Acropolis
|Situating the postmodern : the delay of the architectural avant-garde beyond the Western world
South African Journal of Art History, Volume 22, Issue 2 (2007)
|Complexities of migration : picaresque drawing
|Bakker, Karel A.
|South African heritage places : expanding current interpretation and presentation
|Fisher, Roger C.& Clarke, Nicholas J.
|The corbelled stone structures of Glenfield Farm, Salem - some interpretations revisited
|Mare, Estelle Alma
|Monumental complexity : searching for the meaning of a selection of South African monuments
|Types and typologies of African urbanism
|The coexistence of the 'third' and 'first' world in South African architecture : the inclusion of the 'underdeveloped' in 'developed' technologies in the age of globalisation
|Rural potters in the Eastern Cape, South Africa : what next?
|Le Roux, Schalk W.
|Church to Mosque : a short account of the recycling of the Pretoria West Dutch Reformed Church
|Towards an understanding of the vernacular : nineteenth century Boer-made chairs in the collection of the National Cultural History Museum, Pretoria
|The criteria for place-making : architectural and urban interior materiality of the Constitutional Court, Johannesburg
|A common heritage / an appropriated history : the Cape Dutch preservation and revival movement as nation and empire builder
|Van Vuuren, Chris J.
|Reconstructing the Ndebele grass dome house : an integrated heritage initiative
|Re-wilding or hyperwilderness - plus ca change?
|Wildlife rhetoric : colonization, commodification or interspecies collaboration?
|A legacy of rondavels and rondavel houses in the northern interior of South Africa
|'Trading Store Style' - an indelible phenomenon in the historical landscape of KwaZulu-Natal
|Raman, Pattabi G.
|Narrative shifts in architecture
|'Sketching the Khoikhoi' : George French Angas and his depiction of the Genadendal Khoikhoi characters at the Cape of Good Hope, c. 1847
South African Journal of Art History, Volume 22, Issue 3 (2007)
|Mare, Estelle Alma
|Beauty, ugliness, the sublime, and truth in art
|Beauty and the beast : art and its passion for the beautiful, the ugly, and the sublime
|Passionate living and truth-telling techné
|Thematising the ugly side of sublime technological development : Sonzero's Pulse (2006) as an inadvertent critique of the 'technocentrism' of postmodernity
|Nihilism in Japanese Anime
|Are illegal squatters ruralising the urban edge?
|Marè, Estelle Alma & Steyn, Carol
|Auguste Rodin's marble portrait bust of Gustav Mahler : a study of the beneficiality of a dialectical synthesis of opposites in life and art
|Marè, Estelle Alma
|Combat scenes in classical Greek art as "beautiful objects" : the expressive power of visual omission
|Zanzot, Jocelyn E.
|From starlight to pixels; the luminous world of artist Lily Yeh
|Jackson, Iain & Bandyopadhyay, Soumyen
Nek Chand's Rock
Garden and Le Corbusier in Chandigarh : reconsidering the
|Jekot, Barbara P.
|Selective samples of the mainstream Western perception of beauty as a category in architecture - tracing physical beauty connected with mind, emotions and spirit
|Flatness and immersion in Mariko Mori's Pureland : the possibility of a digital sublime
|Victorian domestic interiors as subliminal space
|Gamble, Jennifer M.
|The sublime can be ridiculous : ugly beautiful memorial space : implications for the process of critique
|The sublime turmoil in recent paintings by Philip Badenhorst
|Van Tonder, Gert J
|Less is more or less more : perceptual health inminimalist design
|Pretoria's golden Gospel Book : a study of a luxury seventeenth-century Armenian manuscript