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Art Exhibitions in Western Cape, South Africa
Art Exhibitions in Gauteng, South Africa
Art Exhibitions in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
Archive of previous art exhibitions in South Africa

ART EXHIBITIONS IN WESTERN CAPE, SOUTH AFRICA

HOMELESS BUTTERFLY
Date: opening on 24 July 2014 @ 18h00
Venue: Greatmore Studios, 47-49 Greatmore Street - Woodstock - Cape Town     
+27 21 447 9699    www.greatmoreart.org
an exhibition of photographs by Txumari Ezpeleta

 

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN GAUTENG, SOUTH AFRICA

Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter | Concrete Space
Date: 25th September – 26th October
Venue: Rubixcube Gallery | 264 Fox Street | Arts on Main | Maboneng Precinct | Johannesburg 2096
After 15 years of public art consultation, multi-media events and myriad solo and group exhibitions; Stephen Hobbs and Marcus Neustetter are having their first two person show. The selection of mixed media works for exhibition demonstrates their individual studio practices in terms of conceptual logics that sway from the diminutive to the infinite in terms of scale and space, the city and ‘other’ worlds.

Animate Earth exhibition
Date:
6 - 27 September 2014
Venue: GALLERY ON 6th, 28 6th St, Parkhurst – just above 4th Ave
A visual representation of relationship and dialogue between artist and experience of the vital, breathing, animate planet Earth we call home.

Bevan de Wet | Vestige
Date: 04 - 25 September 2014
Venue: ARTS ON MAIN, 249 Fox Street, cnr Main Rd, Arts On Main
+27 72 350 4326 www.niroxarts.com
Bevan de Wet’s new body of work is comprised of a collection of etchings, in which he explores the fragmentation of memory, nostalgia and cultural identity. The two 4m prints are the key works on the show and, consist of traces of shaped etching plates – a collection spanning 7 years – deconstructed and arranged to form a museum-like display of objects and artefacts. De Wet’s interest in how history is chronicled in museums has lead him to explore different ways of viewing, interrogating the emphasis on aesthetic juxtaposition rather than ostensible understanding. Supplementary to this, de Wet sets up figurative and conversational relationships with seemingly mythological characters. These are often drawn from spaces of spectacle such as zoological and museum dioramas.

 

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ART EXHIBITIONS IN FREE STATE, SOUTH AFRICA

 


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