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My Reality

Read Return to Library Richard Mudariki is an award-winning Zimbabwean artist who has exhibited widely in Harare, Cape Town and Johannesburg. He has been living in South Africa for the past year, and My Reality, his first solo exhibition, presents a body of work that reflects the ongoing crisis that obtains in the country of …

Sounding Out

Read Return to Library The exhibition, curated by Kim Gurney assisted by Thato Mogotsi, is infused by the notion of mondialite, as articulated by philosopher Edouard Glissant, where the imaginaries of the self and other might meet. It has an interdisciplinary, collaborative and experimental approach and is broadly shaped by the idea of echoes or …

Michaelis Masters Graduate Exhibition 2012

Read Return to Library   Exhibition of the work of twelve recent Michaelis School of Fine Art Masters Degree graduates from 2011 and 2012. Part of a series of annual exhibtions held by Michaelis Galleries, this show is for the students the point of departure into a promising future. For art-lovers it has become a …

Michaelis Graduate Exhibition 2012

Read Return to Library   Michaelis Graduate Exhibition catalogue – class of 2012. This exhibtion forms part of a series of annual exhibtions held by Michaelis Galleries. This show is for the students the point of departure into a promising future. For art-lovers it has become a tradition to see the newest crop of talented …

Community Punching Bags (CPB)

Read Return to Library   The ‘Community Punching Bags’ or ‘CPBs’ exhibition is an artwork by myself in collaboration with art teachers and high school learners from and around Cape Town. The collaborating art teachers and  Grade 10 learners are from Livingstone High School (Claremont), Camps Bay High School, Heideveld Senior Secondary School, Fish Hoek …

The Exuberance Project

The Exuberance Project will investigate what is abundant, enthusiastic, overflowing, unrestrained and joyful in contemporary creative and performing arts of Africa. Africa has long been described by critics as being perched on a threshold – between inadequacy and potential, between something and nothingness. The vast complexity of a continent is thereby reduced, frozen by clichéd …

Not My War

Read Return to Library Presented by Michaelis Galleries, Not My War is an exhibition of works by significant South African artists reflecting on the country’s involvement in border wars in Northern Namibia and Southern Angola during the 1960’s to 1980’s. Up until 1994, almost all able-bodied white South African men were called up for National …