A catalogue showcasing the performance artworks of Sikhumbuzo Makandula.
|essays:||Athi Mongezeleli Joja and Fouad Asfour|
Barbara Wildenboer’s ‘The Lotus Eaters’ presents an elemental journey through humanity’s effects on the earth through space and time, expressing ideas about environmental tragedy, human apathy, and the play of control and our inability to control our interactions with the environments we inhabit and consume.
|essays:||Emily Brady, Michelle Prévost and Juliana Irene Smith|
|gallery:||The Reservoir, Oliewenhuis, Bloemfontein|
|date:||27 June to 27 July 2014|
A catalogue containing 14 Monotypes created by Olivié Keck while on residency at the Kala Institute at Berkeley in California in 2016.
|gallery:||Kala Institute at Berkeley in California|
Buhlebezwe Siwani’s masters exhibition titled Imfihlo comprises performances and installations that refer directly to individual and shared experiences. In this body of work, she interrogates the spiritual journey. This journey involves rites of passage, and rituals centered on culture and tradition in relation to being located in an urban context.
|gallery:||Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town|
This exhibition navigates the sphere of violence within our society. The work reflects the many ways that social disturbances in our environment are experienced as dark shadows of a deeper unrest
|artist:||Suzanne Duncan, Dale Washkansky and Natasha Norman|
|gallery:||UCT Irma Stern Museum|
|date:||26 September 2007 to 24 October 2007|
Sentences came out of a Thupelo workshop at the National Gallery in Cape Town. Jeanette was playing with the concepts of collage and then sequencing separate collages like frames in an animation strip.
|gallery:||Bell Roberts Contemporary|
Jeanette Unite’s body of work is site-specific in the sense that she has employed diamondiferous materials, minerals, metal oxides and sands from various significant sites in the production of her work, including making her own pastels with these materials.
|essays:||Andrew Lamprecht & Ivor Powell|
This mixed media body of new work explores collective cause and effect, in particular relations between humankind and the environment. The exhibition, entitled frugi bonae, is my second solo exhibition and extends a broad artistic concern with generational legacies.
|gallery:||Artspace gallery, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Johannesburg, South Africa|
|date:||November 11 – December 2, 2009|
‘A Walk in the City’, the inaugural solo exhibition by practising Johannesburg artist Sandile Radebe, is hosted in October at the National School of the Arts in Braamfontein.
|gallery:||National School of the Arts, Braamfontein, Johannesburg|
|date:||15 October - 25 October 2014|
This exhibition of Kim Gurney’s work, couples paintings from two parallel series. The one is derived from photographic slides of my family taken by my grandfather during the 1960s, mostly depicting life in suburban South Africa. The other series is derived from the last photographs of ‘the disappeared’, people who died during a similar era …
|gallery:||Gordart Gallery, 72 Third Ave, Melville, Johannesburg, South Africa|
|date:||March 16 - April 5, 2008|