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True Colours

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There is something distinctly apocalyptic about Ndikhumbule Ngqinambi’s work, brought together in a vivid exhibition, titled ‘True Colours’ (2014), at Barnard Gallery.

In Good We Trust

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At this point in history, we face a barrage of crises; we are bombarded on a daily basis with bad news. It may seem that those responsible for destruction outnumber those striving to make a positive and lasting change, but 100 GOOD IDEAS: Celebrating 20 Years of Democracy is evidence to the contrary. An officially recognised World Design Capital project (#WDC212) created by Art South Africa’s Brendon Bell-Roberts, this book has been received to wide acclaim and bears testament to the power of positive stories.

Can You See the Future?

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Students of Cape Town-based Arts Education Organization, Lalela Project celebrate South Africa's 20 years of democracy with a new exhibition in the Lalela Project Gallery at One&Only, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town.

Siphosihle Mkhwanazi: 2014 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography Recipient

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The Market Photo Workshop in association with the family and friends of the late Gisèle Wulfsohn is pleased to announce Siphosihle Mkhwanazi as the recipient of the 2014 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship in Photography. The mentorship is set out as a developmental mentorship; and is seen as an opportunity to continue Gisèle Wulfsohn’s approach and interests in photography.

Dak' Art 2014

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Since 1992, the Dak’Art, the Biennial of the Contemporary African Art has been a platform for contemporary art with cultural roots in Africa. The Biennale of Contemporary African Art aims at being a space of different prejudice-free visions on approaches and inspirations to analyse in relation to a plurality of influences from both immediate and farther sources.


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‘Contemporary Art/South Africa’ features more than 30 artworks produced in South Africa or by South Africans from the late 1960s to the present, a period of immense political and social change.

Kendell Geers Responds To Riason Naidoo

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Dear colleagues, partners, members of the media and friends
I am very sad to read that Riason Naidoo’s contract as director of Iziko SANG will not be renewed because, on a human level, I understand that it is never pleasant to lose one’s job. In that regard, I send my condolences.
On the other hand I will not be supporting his plea and I am in complete solidarity with the decision to not renew his contract.

Riason Naidoo: Media Statement on the Directorship of Iziko SANG

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Dear colleagues, partners, members of the media and friends.
I write to inform you that I have reached the end of my 5-year-contract as Director of Iziko Art Collections, which concerns the South African National Gallery & Old Town House museums under the umbrella of Iziko Museums of South Africa. It has come as somewhat of a surprise to me that I’ve been requested by Iziko to vacate my position and it is unfortunate that Iziko did not see it fit to extend my contract. I do believe that the actions of Iziko are unfair in this regard and will be looking to contest this decision further.

Robin Rhode receives Roy R. Neuberger Exhibition Prize!

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“The South African mentality has to do with freedom and the possibility of imagining or reinventing another world quite rapidly... We drew the bicycle because we couldn’t afford to own bikes.”
South African artist Robin Rhode has been named recipient of the 2014 Roy R. Neuberger Exhibition Prize, a biannual prize, which celebrates an exceptional artist with an early-career survey and catalogue.

commute with intuitive instinct

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Brundyn+ is please to present, commute with intuitive instinct, an exhibition of video works curated by Portia Malatjie. The exhibition showcases works by local and international artists Michelle Monareng; Mocke J Van Veuren and Theresa Collins; Bofa da Cara (Nástio Mosquito and Pere Ortín); Nick Cave, Vaughn Sadie and Sello Pesa; and Gilad Ratman.

The purple shall govern: Mary Sibande

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Mary Sibande: The purple shall govern
Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
The purple shall govern, the exhibition of work by Standard Bank Young Artist Award winner for 2013, Mary Sibande, concludes its national tour at the Standard Bank Gallery.

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