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Paul Duncan was given unparalleled access into the homes and lives of fifteen of South Africas most revered artists. Over countless mugs of coffee or glasses of wine, he listened and observed as they spoke about their lives, loves and the way they make their art. South African Artists at Home takes the reader into some very private spaces, affording us a glimpse of what the artist goes home to at the end of the day. For some, the work space and home space are irrevocably intertwined. For others, home is a sanctuary. Or perhaps it is the studio that is the sanctuary and home is where real life happens. Either way, if you have an interest in art, artists, and the often bizarre way that making art intersects with living life, you will find this book intriguing.