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Archive of Previous Art Exhibitions in South Africa - Closed March 2010

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

Recent & New Works 
Date:
5 - 29 March
Venue: Erdmann Contemporary, 63 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town 8001
T. +72 (0) 21 422 2762 , F. +72 (0) 21 422 3278 , www.erdmanncontemporary.co.za , photogallery@mweb.co.za
Multi-media group exhibition

Matters Conceptual 
Date:
31 March
Venue: Erdmann Contemporary, 63 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town 8001
T. +72 (0) 21 422 2762 , F. +72 (0) 21 422 3278 , www.erdmanncontemporary.co.za , photogallery@mweb.co.za
Matters Conceptual explores the art form in which there is an extraordinary emphasis on ideas.  The result is a kind of art which has its most complex existence in the minds of the artists and their audience. 

WATERS - VESIÄ - AMANZI
Date: 8 - 31 March 2009
Venue: Association for Visual Arts, 35 Church Street, Cape Town, South Africa,                   
Phone: +27-21 424-7436, Fax: +27-21 423-2637, art@ava.co.za
Eunice Geustyn, Kristiina Korpela, Leena Mäki-Patola, Witty Nyide, Jaana Partanen
and Jill Trappler

Norman O'Flynn - Deep down we all want to rob a bank
Date:
27 February - 27 March 2010
Venue: Erdmann Contemporary, 63 Shortmarket Street, Cape Town 8001
T. +72 (0) 21 422 2762 , F. +72 (0) 21 422 3278 , www.erdmanncontemporary.co.za , photogallery@mweb.co.za
O'Flynn's focus is on creating work that displays both formal and conceptual potency.   He does not adhere to a single technique or craft; rather he utilizes a library of evolving skills to create new styles of work in different combinations of media.

Recent works by AIDON WESTCOTT
Date: 14th March 2010 – 27th March 2010
Venue: The Cape Gallery, 60 CHURCH STREET CAPE TOWN 8001,
TEL: +27 21 4235309, FAX: +27 21 424906

Oil paintings by ROBERT KOCH
Date: 14th February 2010 – 13th March 2010
Venue: The Cape Gallery, 60 CHURCH STREET CAPE TOWN 8001,
TEL: +27 21 4235309, FAX: +27 21 424906

Louis Jansen van Vuuren sub rosa
Date:1 - 14 March 2010
Venue: Iart Gallery, 71 Loop Street, Cape Town
Phone: 021 424 5140 Web: www.iart.co.za
In Jansen van Vuuren’s work, the motif implies the development of ideas and their transformation into images as a process conducted in the seclusion of the artist’s own thoughts and, by extension, the artist’s working environment.

The Window Part 1
Date: 8 February 2010 - 5 March 2010
Venue: Association for Visual Arts, 35 Church Street, Cape Town, South Africa,                   
Phone: +27-21 424-7436, Fax: +27-21 423-2637, art@ava.co.za
Greatmore is proud to announce the solo exhibition opening of its resident artist, Ndikhumbule    

ART EXHIBITIONS IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

Last One Standing - Tanya Poole
Date: 27 February - 28 March 
Venue: Artspace Chester Court 142 Jan Smuts Avenue Parkwood 2193
Tel +27 (0) 11 880 8802 Fax +27 (0) 86 649 8551Mobile +27 (0) 82 651 47 02
Taking as her starting point the idea of unsustainable dualities, she uses, as a visual analogy, an imaginary series of fights between karateka (those who practice karate) and animals.  These images are a playful narrative on our tendency to seeing the world in a context of polarities, to dominate rather than to engage.  These are cautionary tales, a reminder that what we seek to dominate, we often end up destroying.

An exhibition of new works by Keith Joubert
Date: 18 February – 7 March
Venue: The Everard Read Gallery 
6 Jellicoe Avenue • Rosebank  • Johannesburg • 2196 • South Africa
Private Bag 5 • Parklands • 2121 •
South Africa
Tel +27 (0)11 788-4805  Fax +27 (0)11 788-5914

Bodies in transition
Date:
4 February - 7 March
Venue: Fried Contemporary Art Gallery & Studio, Pretoria, South Africa
t: +27 12 3460158, info@friedcontemporary.com, www.friedcontemporary.com
Bodies in transition is curated by Elfriede Dreyer and includes fourteen female artists’ work. The exhibition deals with women’s perspectives on the human body in relation to society’s ideas and perceptions thereof. Not only does the theme relate to the body  with regard to time, but especially to changes under influence of technology and the media. Artists will interpret aspects such as virtual reality, post-humanism, media culture, and identity and environmental issues.

ART EXHIBITIONS IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA

 





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