Diane Victor :: Publications

  • VON VEY, K. 2018. little history. Catalogue to accompany Retroflective Exhibition. University of the Free State.
  • VON VEY, K. 2017. The Role of Beauty and Perfection in Marian Iconography: Contemporary Responses to Controversial Images of Virgin Mary by Chris Ofili and Diane Victor. Brepols Online, Vol. 10
  • DO REGO, R. 2016. Beauty and beastliness: A comparison of the representations of women in selected works by Walt Disney Pictures, Angela Carter and Diane Victor. Unpublished Magister Technologiae thesis, University of Johannesburg.
  • KRUGER, M. 2015. Reflecting self: an exploration of drawing trace as reciprocity between self and life-world, with reference to my own drawing and selected works of Diane Victor. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Stellenbosch.
  • DE HARDE, L. 2014. Who is the Beast? Navigating Representational and Social Complexities through the Use of Animal Forms in Selected Works by Diane Victor. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Witwatersrand.
  • DUGMORE, H. 2012. No place like home. De Kat
  • VON VEY, K. 2012. Loss and Transience in the work of Diane Victor, Diane Victor: Burning the Candle at Both Ends. Johannesburg: David Krut, pp. 5-78.
  • VON VEY, K. 2012. Diane Victor, Tracey Rose, and the Gender Politics of Christian Imagery. African Arts. Winter Vol. 45. No.4, pp. 22-33.
  • VON VEY, K. 2012. The intersection of Christianity and Politics in South African art: a comparative analysis of selected images since 1960, with emphasis on the post-apartheid era. De Arte 85, pp. 5-25.
  • ALLARA, P. 2012. Diane Victor and Paul Emmanuel: Lost Men, Lost Wor (l) ds. African Arts 45/4, (winter), pp. 34-45.
  • MC INNES, J. 2011. Of fables and folly. Faulkoner Gallery Grinnell College, Iowa U.S.A
  • RANKIN, E. 2011. Human rights and human wrongs: public perceptions of Diane Victor’s Disasters of Peace. South African Journal of Art History 26.1, pp. 85-95.
  • RANKIN, E. 2011. Collateral: Printmaking as Social Commentary. Gus Fisher Art Gallery, University of Auckland.
  • VON VEY, K. 2009. Saints and Sinners: Re-Evaluating gendered power bases entrenched by religious imagery. In A.A. du Preez (ed.) Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture. Newcastle on Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 47-70.
  • BINGHAM, N and CROSSLEY, L. 2008. Diane Victor: Soft Ground Techniques. David Krut Publishing, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • RANKIN, E. AND VON VEY, K. 2008. Diane Victor. Taxi Book 13, David Krut Publications, Johannesburg, South Africa.
  • ARCHER, A. 2008. Manifestations of hysteria in the work of Berni Searle and Diane Victor. Unpublished MA mini-dissertation, University of Pretoria.
  • VON VEY, K. 2007. Considerations on the Sasol Wax Art Awards. De Arte 75, September, pp. 64-72.
  • VON VEY, K. 2007. Transformations of Religious Icons in the work of Diane Victor, Proceedings of Transformation/s in Visual Culture. The 22nd Annual Conference of the South African Association of Visual Arts Historians, Published by VUT pp: 179-188.
  • VON VEY, K. 2006. Is there a place for Feminism in contemporary South African Art? De Arte, No.73, pp.28-42.
  • PERRYER, S. 2004. 10 years 100 Artists: Art in a Democratic South Africa. Struik Publishers
  • VAN RENSBURG, H. 1995. An Interview with Diane Victor. Image & Text: a Journal for Design, Vol. 1995, No. 5 (Published Online: 11 Dec 2020https://hdl.handle.net/10520/AJA10201497_148)
  • In conversation with Diane Victor. Le Grand Vilage 30/03/2019 – 1006/2019. ARTSKOP 34 – 37 / 2019-06-19