Openings This Week: JHB | Light, Shade, Animals, Invisible Cities and Aerodrome

This week’s art openings and creative events include: a screening of Hobbs/Neustetter’s new multi screen video installation, a group show/sale of fine art prints, and Dirk Bahmann, Fred Clarke and Carly Whitaker collectively explore the Imago Mundi through light. Nina Torr continues her investigation into the happenings of animals and it’s time for the next edition of CreativeMornings JHB. There’s a tattoo artists’ exhibition, a graffiti exposé, a group show about literal and metaphorical forests, Aerodrome Journal launches in Jozi and Invisible Cities 7 takes us into a building that’s captivated us for ages and is about to be transformed.

 

Wednesday 29 October 2014 

 

Opening of Temporary but Permanent: Projects, by Marcus Neustetter and Stephen Hobb

 

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MOAD is proud to present Hobbs/Neustetter’s new multi screen video installation based on their performance piece for the Across The Board – Public Space / Public Sphere– Tate Modern programme for the Sud Triennial, Douala, Cameroon, in December 2013. In addition the basement gallery will showcase a range of works reflecting on their concerns with public and building environment conditions.

 

MOAD, 281 Commissioner Street, Jeppestown

7:30pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

 

6th Annual Group Exhibition, at Sharon Sampson’s Studio

 

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60 Central Avenue, Illovo

6pm

More info on the Facebook event page.

 

 

Thursday 30 October 2014

 

Imago Mundi, a group exhibition

 

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Imago Mundi is a group exhibition showcasing the work of Dirk Bahmann, Fred Clarke and Carly Whitaker. This exhibition of lightboxes engages with individual and universal concepts of dwelling, natural cycles and the unseen. Imago Mundi refers to an idealised image or representation of the world. It traditionally implies a representation of the cosmos on the ground. The exhibition exists in a darkened space, responding to the idea of a dark cosmos holding light and life, expressed on the ground. Imago Mundi is an existential enquiry that explores and questions place in this city and world; a search for the essence of life in Johannesburg and natural flux.

 

Rubixcube Gallery, Unit 22, 264 Fox Street, Arts on Main

6:30pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

 

Again and Again, by Nina Torr

 

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In the follow-up from her previous solo exhibition at In Toto Gallery, Torr is still very
much concerned with the happenings of animals and what they reveal about our own
situations.

 

In Toto Gallery, 6 Birdhaven Centre, 66 St. Andrews Street, Birdhaven

6pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

 

Freedumb: A Graffiti Exhibition

 

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The exhibition gives viewers a first-hand view of a life outside the rules and limits of both art and society. Featuring photographic work by Phil America and internationally acclaimed graffiti writers Taps & Moses™ and UTAH & ETHER.

 

Assemblage Studios, 41 Gwi Gwi Mrwebi Street, Newtown

6:30pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

 

Friday 31 October 2014 

 

Making Everyone Happy, Graeme Jenner talks at CreativeMornings Jhb

 

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Graeme studied Graphic Design at Wits Technikon and straight from there was offered a job as an art director at advertising agency Net#work BBDO, where he ended up staying for 16 happy years. On 2 March 2013 he and compadre Rob McLennan opened the doors of their own agency King James II which has already won a bunch of new business, grown to 15 people and started populating the trophy cabinet.

 

Nicework, second floor The Anchor Building, Media Mills, Milpark

8:30am – 10:30am

Find out more and reserve your (free) seat online or on the Facebook event page.

 

 

Saturday 1 November 2014

 

Thanks for Looking, the first exhibition in the New Art space at Fallen Heroes

 

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This exhibition celebrates the launch of the new gallery space at Fallen Heroes – and will showcase all 7 Fallen Heroes Artists’ artwork – giving you a glimpse of a different side of these great tattoo artists you have come to know.

 

Fallen Heroes, 53 6th Street, Parkhurst

6:30pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

 

The Benediction of Shade II,  a group exhibition

 

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The Benediction of Shade II features a large selection of artists who have engaged with the figure, idea or metaphor of the forest or the tree in different ways and through various media. Also running as a subtext through the exhibition is the interplay between nature and the urban environment, and Johannesburg in particular.

 

David Krut Projects, 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood

11am

More info on the Facebook event page.  

 

 

Aerodrome/Journal lands in Joburg

 

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Please join us for bubbly and brownies as we celebrate the Joburg launch of AERODROME’s inaugural journal at Fourthwall Books. Accompanied by a limited edition fine art print by Morné Visagie, the journal features the editors’ published favourites as well as exciting fresh content – a mix of interviews, reviews, original short fiction and poetry.

 

Fourthwall Books, 5 Reserve Street, Braamfontein

10am

More info on the Facebook event page.

 

 

Sunday 2 November 2024

 

Invisible Cities 7

 

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For years we’ve wondered what was inside that building on the corner of Commissioner and Albreicht; that beautiful building, The Cosmopolitan Hotel. We’re going in people. This is a truly transitional space, it’s been so many things and the evidence hangs in the corners, on the walls… The walls that we wish could speak.

 

The Cosmopolitan Hotel, Corner Commissioner and Albreicht streets, Jeppestown

3pm

More info on the Facebook event page. 

 

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