Tony Gum's self-aware art shows exactly why she's Cape Town's 'It' girl

06 March 2016 - 02:00 By Ashraf Jamal

Gum's self-aware, playful and parodic works are seducing the African art world - watch out New York, writes Ashraf JamalThe Cape Town Art Fair has come and gone, but the art buzz lingers on. The art world has never been bigger or more inclusive. More people go to museums, buy books on art, stay abreast of its scandals, and, more generally, simply enjoy art.

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