Opening on 14th June until 30th June Ndolvu exhibition entitled Imfuyo [Domestic Animals] deals as the title suggests with the role of cows in traditional Zulu culture. Helen Joseph’s work uses the renditions of the female nude to explore issues of violence and abuse against women.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Alexandra Ross’ 3rd solo exhibition 1:1, opened at David Krut Projects 142 Jan Smuts Ave on 2nd June. In this exhibition: ‘Dialogue, relationship, mirroring and reflection are the central themes, not only in the individual works, but in the installation as a whole. 1:1 continues the artist’s ongoing interest in the relationship of original to [...]
Gary Stephens charcoal and mixed media work of hairstyles is showing on an exhibition entitled Braid. So include it in a visit to the Jan Smuts Art Strip (see other blog posts for further exhibitions close by). Closes on 27th June. Gallery Momo 52 7th Ave Parktown North 011 327 3247.
Ann Gollifer’s works exhibition Living on the Horizon is a tribute to the novelist Bessie Head and comprises a new series of large format paintings dealing with colour, space and expansiveness. Gollifer writes: ‘I wanted to make landscapes that might capture the Botswana skies and my long love affair with the horizon, revealed to me over the past [...]
Caught the last day of Life of Bone – great exhibition of art meeting science at The Origins Centre, Wits
The Taung skull – 2/5 million years old and very rarely displayed to the public, was on view at the Life of Bone exhibition which I just caught on the closing day last Tuesday 31st May. I had seen the tiny skull of the 3 year old displayed in its 3 parts at one if [...]