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Archive of Previous Art Exhibitions in South Africa - Closed November 2008

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

"The Bijou burns again"
Date: 29 October until 28 November
Venue: UCA Gallery, 46 Lower Main Road Observatory, Cape Town 7925
Gallery Hours: 10am – 5pm Mon – Fri, 9am – 1pm Sat
Tel: +27 (0)21 447 4132 , www.ucagallery.co.za
The UCA Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition of painting and mixed media. "The Bijou burns again" includes work of diverse styles representing the latest work to emerge from this fantastic studio of established artists currently in residence at the Bijou Art Studios in Observatory: Norman O’Flynn, Christopher Slack, Wonder Marthinus, Tamsin Reily, Albert Coertse, Pierre Fouché and Liza Grobler.

THE AVA in partnership with Spier invites you to three exhibitions
Date: 27 October - 14 November
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
ASHES JOST KIRSTEN, THICKER SKIN NATASJA DE WET, ARTREACHING - THE BEST OF ARTREACH 2008

PETER GRAY
Date: 26 October - 15 November
Venue: The Cape Gallery, 60 CHURCH STREET CAPE TOWN 8001,
TEL: +27 21 4235309, FAX: +27 21 4249063
An exhibition of paintings by Peter Gray

Michael Pettit at João Ferreira Gallery
Date: 8 October - 1 November
Venue: João Ferreira Gallery, 70 Loop Street, Cape Town,South Africa
t: +27 21 4235403,  f:+27 21 4232136, info@joaoferreiragallery.com, www.joaoferreiragallery.co.za
Michael Pettit's Double Exhibition, Part two: Abstracts

ART EXHIBITIONS IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

Pascual Tarazona, Paper ++
Date: 29 November - 24 January 2009
Venue: Fried Contemporary Art Gallery & Studio, Pretoria, South Africa
t: +27 12 3460158, info@friedcontemporary.com, www.friedcontemporary.com
Pascual Tarazona's evocative gestural works are justified by the questions they evoke about life and its memories and absurdities. His large black Romantic works occupies a space where myth, emotion, bold patterning and the artist’s ordering of the universe  intermingle.

Nude by Sally-Ann Howell
Date: Wednesday 26 November
Venue: Roselyn Gallery, 28 Sixth Street, Parkhurst
Sally-Ann's painting and sketches are sensual and intimate, invoking an array of feelings in her audience. Her work highlights the vulnerability of her subject, all the while celebrating its beauty.

Two un/related stories
Date: 6 November – 30 November
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
“Two un/related stories” is a collaboration between Zwelethu Mthethwa’s specially selected photographs (ranging over a lengthy period of time) printed on cotton paper, and Louis Jansen van Vuuren’s interpretation and conceptualisation of these works using mediums such as oil, acrylic paint and ink. 

MOMENTARY PERMANENCE
Date: 6 November – 30 November
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
AN EXHIBITION OF NEW SCULPTURES BY ANGUS TAYLOR

Two un/related stories
Date: 6 November – 30 November
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
“Two un/related stories” is a collaboration between Zwelethu Mthethwa’s specially selected photographs (ranging over a lengthy period of time) printed on cotton paper, and Louis Jansen van Vuuren’s interpretation and conceptualisation of these works using mediums such as oil, acrylic paint and ink. It explores the relationship between photography and painting, often lifting Mthethwa’s characters out of their harsh reality into another place created by Jansen van Vuuren. As Marilyn Martin states, both draw on their “…own un/related experiences, histories, stories, desires and dreams” which come together in a dramatic and beautiful show.

Jacobs Ladder  
Date: 4 - 27 November
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
Email artspace@wol.co.za , http://www.artspace-jhb.co.za
Artist Susan Woolf poses some challenging political questions in her latest solo exhibition, Jacob’s Ladder

transmutation
Date: Saturday 08 November 2008
Venue: Roselyn Gallery, 28 Sixth Street, Parkhurst
Lesley Bergére's paintings are a visual language of the soul and using metaphysical symbolism, allow for a broad spectrum of interpretation.

Janina Pechová, Imprinting the cradle
Date: 1 – 22 November  2008
Venue: Fried Contemporary Art Gallery & Studio, Pretoria, South Africa
t: +27 12 3460158, info@friedcontemporary.com, www.friedcontemporary.com
Janina Pechová’s latest solo rests on the premise that all living and non-living things leave some kind of an imprint, as evidence of their past or present existence.

14th ANNUAL POSTER COMPETITION EXHIBITION 
Date: 25 October - 1 November
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
Email artspace@wol.co.za , http://www.artspace-jhb.co.za
An exhibition of children's art around the theme of The Freedoms of Animals

 

ART EXHIBITIONS IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA

 





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