Bronwyn Law-Viljoen (19*-) Editor, writer and publisher.
She has a Ph.D. in Literature from New York University and has worked as an archivist and rare books librarian. She taught literature and writing at Rhodes University and New York University, and worked in the editorial and publicity departments of the fine art photography publisher Aperture in New York. She is also a freelance writer and has published academic and critical papers on literary theory and contemporary photography. In 2005 she became the Managing Editor at David Krut Publishing, Johannesburg area. She has edited and produced fifteen titles on South African art, design, and architecture including Light on a Hill: Building the Constitutional Court of South Africa, Art and justice : the art of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, and (the theatre-related) William Kentridge's Flute (David Krut Publishing, 2007). Her articles and essays on South African art have appeared in various publications in South Africa, the US, and the UK.
Her novel The Printmaker was shortlisted for a Sunday Times Barry Ronge Award in 2017.
Various entries in the NELM catalogue.
Mail and Guardian, 11 April 2013.
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