A Black Aesthetic: A view of South African Artists 1970-1990

A Black Aesthetic: A view of South African Artists (1970 -1990) showcases the art collection of the University of Fort Hare. This exhibition includes the drawing, sculptures, paintings, woodcuts, linocuts, serigraphs and etchings and many more assemblages of Black South African artists working between 1970 and 1990.  This exhibition is a must for anyone who is interested in contemporary African art. You’ll be surprised to know that entrance it’s free and you don’t have any excuse to miss it.

Check all collections of South African modernist under a single roof.  The exhibition will close on 18 April 2019

Featuring:

Largest holding of Black South African modernist work since the dawn of democracy.

Milwa-Mnyaluza-“George”-Pemba-New-Brighton-Port-ElizabethVenue:

Standard Bank – Arts

Corner Simmonds and Frederick Streets, Johannesburg, Gauteng

Schedule:

If you would like greater insight into the exhibition, then join us for a free walkabout with the curator, Dr Same Mdluli, on these dates:

Walkabout 1: Feb 23

Walkabout 2: Mar 9

Walkabout 3: Mar 16 (includes a panel discussion afterwards)

Walkabout 4: Mar 30

Walkabout 5: April 6

Walkabout 6: Apr 13

Gallery hours:

Mondays to Fridays from 08:00 to 16:20

Saturdays from 09:00 to 13:00.

More information here: https://www.facebook.com/events/423422955080134/?event_time_id=423423035080126

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