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Boston University’s School of Visual Arts invited South Africa’s Caversham Press for an exhibition, highlighting works from the press’ numerous local and international artists, artists-in-training, writers and educators.  The show is on display until March 27 at the 808 Gallery (808 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston), and is free and open to the public.

The work, both sorrowful and spellbinding, is a testament to the multifaceted history of the apartheid regime, and a collective response to the indiscriminate HIV/AIDs epidemic, observed through the talent and the voices of these individual artists, young and old, established and up-and-coming. For exhibition details, click HERE.

My take on the exhibition, after the jump.

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