Mail & Guardian | Bert Olivier:

Judging by the recently opened exhibition of multimedia drawings by Eastern Cape artist Cleone Cull – who spent years teaching fine art, first at the Port Elizabeth Technikon and later at the School of Music, Art and Design of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University – art is thriving in this corner of South Africa. Cleone is a well-known artist whose work has featured in several books and articles on the arts, and with this exhibition she has confirmed that her artistic spirit is as vibrant as ever. Appropriately for a collection of drawn images, the exhibition is titled “Names Unvoiced but not Unknown”… Read more

Image: Cleone Cull in her Studio in 2007 (Source)