Jonah Sack’s Reading Room (below left) runs until the 29th October at AOP 44 Stanley, Auckland Park
A Means to an End, an exhibition by Patricia Driscoll opens at Gallery Momo Parktown North on 20th October at 18.30. It runs until 14th November .
Stephen Rosin’s first solo exhibition opened at the ABSA Art Gallery 161 Absa Towers North on [...]
Praised for being accessible and criticized for being too superficial, Ricky Burnett’s show has certainly generated feet through the door of the Everard Read gallery. I like what he says about the over-intellectualization of the visual image: “If you need to read four books to get to an exhibition, someone has their value system back [...]
Entry level housing, entry level cars and now the art market is talking of entry level art buying. Some of the people who have started at Artist’s Proof Studios in Fordsburg are already making it big in the art world but there is the opportunity of buying their works at very reasonable prices. There is an [...]
The fourth fair Joburg Art Fair is taking place from September 23 to 25. Artlogic director Ross Douglas says: “By moving the fair to September we hope to contribute to what is becoming an art season in the city.” About 23 galleries will be showcasing the work by their artists; some old favourites and some [...]
Love the work on the invitation. Exhibition runs until 17th October
Entitled ‘Workers Sing to the Tune of Church Hymn 05/11/84, the exhibition closes on 21st October. There will be no opening but a panel discussion led by Bettina Malcomess on Saturday 15/10 at 12 pm.
The 2005 power blackouts which swept Johannesburg generated a sense of anxiety and unease on many levels. Drawing on this disquiet, as well as on the ghostly evocativeness of the dark nightscapes, Mary Wafer found material for her current exhibition. The sense of unpredictablity which the blackouts brought, filtered into her painting in the form of urban [...]
There’s a walkabout of the group exhibition Horse, curated by Ricky Burnett, at Everard Read Gallery in Lower Rosebank at 4.30 pm Friday 16th September and then another walkabout of Ayana V Jackson’s exhibition at Gallery Momo 52 7th Ave Parktown North on Saturday 17th Sept at 11 am. There are markets in Jozi’s inner [...]
Photographer Chris Saunders presents S’phara Phara, a photo essay that documents the The Real Actions Pantsula Dance Crew from Orange Farm. S’phara Phara is originally derived from the sound that trains make when riding over railway sleepers describing the constant and rhythmic knocking sound over sleepers. This has been adopted to describe the sound of [...]
If it has not sold out already it is certain to do so soon, so make sure you book for at least some of the performances . Is sure to be a knock-out. It comprises a two-week programme of live performance events created by artist William Kentridge, composers Philip Miller and François Sarhan, dancer and [...]