35 years: a lizamore perspective
A group exhibition reflecting on Teresa Lizamore's 35 years in the industry.
LONELY NIGHTS BY BANELE KHOZA
This exhibition reflects Khoza's experience during 210 consecutive nights spent mostly in isolation.
Nkululeko - freedom by alex msibi
With this body of work, Msibi wants to lull the viewer into knowing that death is not necessarily an end but could in fact be a new beginning.
SA Taxi Foundation Art Award Top 30
The Top 30 works of the 2017 SA Taxi Foundation Art Award.
IN SITU BY MJ LOURENS
Through a nostalgic process of remembrance, Lourens enters an awareness of fleeting moments.
Muta by JM TshikhuthulA
Tshikhuthula interrogates the relationship between his family and landscape from Venda and Tzaneen.
ANATOMIC II BY LEHLOGONOLO MASHABA
Mashaba’s continues his investigation of the relation of human anatomy and atoms.
INTERSEXION BY ROBERT A. HAMBLIN
InterseXion is centred within Hamblin’s photographic images, voice and video installations pertaining to sex work in South Africa.
US AND THEM BY LEKAU MATSENA
Us and Them, consists of the artist’s mixed media artworks which comment on ideological structures built into society.
SACRED AND PROFANE
The works on show explore a range of processes that draw on ideas and interpretations of the Sacred and the Profane.
35 Years: Trailblazers
A selection of artists that represent a new wave of South African contemporary art.
COME HELL OR HIGH WATER BY HANNALIE TAUTE
An exploration of the ocean as a metaphor for identity.
CARCERAL SPACES II:
ANTICIPATING THE SUBLIME... BY MARIEKE KRUGER
Kruger explores the transformative power of suggestion, which could lead to an experience of the sublime.
MYOPIA BY MANDY COPPES-MARTIN AND RONÉL DE JAGER
Coppes-Martin and de Jager queries our myopic lens and global mindsets on environmental issues.
LINE BT STRIJDOM VAN DER MERWE
If drawing, like Paul Klee, famously stated, is taking a line for a walk, then Strijdom van der Merwe is taking the line for a walk in the park in his new solo exhibition; LINE.