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In partnership with Rooke Gallery, iJusi formed a limited edition range of curated portfolios aiming to raise funds for the magazine, ensuring that iJusi remains in print. Each portfolio is comprised of ten original printed lithographs in an edition of fifty that showcases selected pieces from past issues of the magazine. These portfolios have been acquired by a number of leading art museums and private collections worldwide, and are all but sold out, successfully allowing the magazine to continue being published.

Expanding the narrative
of South African
art and design.

Portfolio #1

Contibuters include:

Garth Walker - Conrad Botes - Anton Kannemeyer - Brode Vosloo - Mark Kannemeyer - Brandt Botes - Wilhelm Kruger - Pieter Hugo - Mikhael Subotzky - David Goldblatt.

A choice selection
from the early
issues of iJusi magazine.

Curated by Garth Walker and Gavin Rooke, this first portfolio is a highly collectable compilation of top South African talent.

Celebrating early
work by iJusi's first
contributors towards
a new visual culture

View the catalogue for Portfolio #1 here.

Portfolio #2

Contibuters include:

Roger Ballen - Jonathan Barnbrook - Willem Boshoff - David Goldblatt - Warwick Kay - William Kentridge - Michael Macgarry - Sne Mtetwa - Stefan Sagmeister - Guy Tillim.

Extending the local
narrative into a
global discussion.

Curated by Garth Walker and Gavin Rooke, this portfolio is a considered blend of local and international talent.

Connecting emergent and
established perspectives
on a global scale.

View the catalogue for Portfolio #2 here.

Portfolio #3

Contibuters include:

Dean Hutton - David Goldblatt - Zanele Muholi - Sabelo Mlangeni - Mikhael Subotzky - Roger Ballen - Jabulani Patrick Dhlamini - Daniel Naude - Jo Ractliffe - Pieter Hugo.

Delving deeper into
South African visual
culture with an emphasis
on local photography.

Curated by world–renowned South African photographer Pieter Hugo, this portfolio details noteworthy South African photographers.

A photographic
journey into the
local vernacular.

View the catalogue for Portfolio #3 here.