I was excited when I got notification of this exhibition as it says ‘opening at Nirox Sculpture Park’. Because Nirox in the Cradle of Humankind only opens to the public when there is an exhibition on, I was already packing my camp chair and picnic basket. Any opportunity I can get to make my way out to Nirox, I seize. But sadly, on doing some more homework, it became clear that that Paul du Toit’s exhibition is showing at Nirox’s satellite venue at Arts on Main and not out at the main sculpture park on Kromdraai Rd.
An exhibition of Du Toit’s paintings and works on paper will run at Momo in Parktown North (opening on 23rd August) alongside the sculpture exhibition. So on Sunday 26th August, rather than heading north for a day of peace and tranquility in green parkland alongside wooded streams, I’ll be heading south for a very urban experience !
For more on Du Toit’s exhibition see http://www.whatson.co.za/details.php?id=77816&event=A%20Slice%20In%20Time%20:%20Paul%20Du%20Toit