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Archive of Previous Art Exhibitions in South Africa - Closed November 2012

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

A Gathering of Jesters
Date: 4th November - 24th November 2012
Venue: The Cape Gallery, 60 CHURCH STREET CAPE TOWN 8001,
TEL: +27 21 4235309, FAX: +27 21 424906
An exhibition of prints and paintings by Leon de Bliquy

Paula Louw - inner workings
Date: 25 October to 07 November
Venue: Everard Read Cape Town,
3 Portswood Road, V&A Waterfront
verard Read, Cape Town, is delighted to present a solo exhibition of Paula Louw’s latest series of artworks, as well as her iconic ´Piano´ installation.

Concerning Preciousness
Date: 11 October – 3 November
Venue: David Krut Projects, 140 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood, Johannesburg
T +27 (0)11 447 0627  ,  taryn@davidkrut.com , www.davidkrutpublishing.com 
David Krut Projects is pleased to present Concerning Preciousness, a solo exhibition by Lynda Ballen. The exhibition will be opened by Walter Oltmann.

ART EXHIBITIONS IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

Faith47’s Fragments of a Burnt History
Date: 8 November
Venue: David Krut Projects, 140 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood, Johannesburg
T +27 (0)11 447 0627  ,  taryn@davidkrut.com , www.davidkrutpublishing.com 
Faith47’s Fragments of a Burnt History, showing at David Krut Projects Parkwood from 8 November until early 2013,  is comprised of an installation of found objects and artwork created in the artist’s studio, as well as a new series of monotypes produced in collaboration with the David Krut Print Workshop. Faith47, based in Cape Town, is a recognised street artist whose work can be found in cities all over the world. She has an established international gallery career, with exhibitions in Europe, America and Australia, but Fragments of a Burnt History is her first solo exhibition in South Africa, indicating a culture of cross-over from street to studio that is already well underway abroad.

Altered Spaces’ A Solo Exhibition by Zwelethu Mthethwa    
Date: 11 October to 30 November 2012
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

Mthethwa is known for his use of bright and sometimes garish colour in both his pastel and photographic pieces. Although in “Altered Spaces” the artist moves away from themes explored in previous work such as the complexities inherent in township life, he continues to employ his trademark use of colour where vibrant hues create an atmosphere of cheer and optimism with clashing darker undertones to suggest a harsher reality beneath the surface.

For the Time Being   
Date: 8th  – 27th of 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

Everard Read Presents: Rina Stutzer 'For the Time Being' A Solo Exhibition of Patina Paintings, Drawings and Prints.

PORTRA
Date:
27 October - 24 November
Venue: Artspace Chester Court 142 Jan Smuts Avenue Parkwood 2193
Tel +27 (0) 11 880 8802  Fax +27 (0) 86 649 8551
Mobile +27 (0) 82 651 47 02
Email artspace@wol.co.za
Hours Tues to Fri 10h00 - 17h30 Sat 10h00 - 15h30
http://www.artspace-jhb.co.za
Artspace in association with Worldart presents Liversage who uses aerosol sprays to redefine identities as a mark of contemporary life. The results are bold and colourful artworks that are clearly routed in the streets of society.

 

ART EXHIBITIONS IN FREE STATE, SOUTH AFRICA

People, Prints and Process
Date: 20 September - 4 November
Venue: Oliewenhuis Art Museum  
16 Harry Smit Street, Bloemfontein
051 011 0525, oliewen@nasmus.co.za, www.nasmus.co.za
The Caversham Press was founded in 1985 by Malcolm Christian in KwaZulu-Natal has a memorable history. This will be celebrated in an exhibition of artists’ prints at Oliewenhuis Art Museum. The exhibition will be opened by Mr John Samuel, Senior Advisor to the Rector, University of the Free State and Chairman of the Caversham Centre, at Oliewenhuis Art Museum on Thursday, 20 September 2012 at 19:00. People, Prints and Process – Twenty-Five years at Caversham features over 100 works by nearly 70 artists. It tells a remarkable story of faith in creative people and the processes of human interaction and empowerment generated through collaborative work underpinned by exacting design and printing processes (etching, lithography, screenprint, linocut and digital print).





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