Your guide to creative events happening in Jozi this week, including exhibition openings and networking meet ups.
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Print works were the feature of this year’s Turbine Art Fair. Here are our highlights from established and emerging artists.
This week’s packed with art openings and events, starting today! There are 3 painting shows, photography, an installation, book launch, tapestry showcase, creative discussion, and more.
This week’s creative events and art openings include 3 group shows, 2 solo exhibitions, the first in a series of creative talks, and 2 performance-based pieces.
See the next wave of Jozi artists and graphic designers at the Wits grad show and FADA student exhibition, plus two group shows and a solo by Jaco van Schalkwyk.
This week’s art openings and events includes a talk by Anthea Pokroy at the next edition of CreativeMornings, BAZOOKA by Mega Bonanza, a joint show by Marcus Neustetter and Stephen Hobbs, and an exhibition by visiting artist, Catherine Gfeller.
Emerging artist Chloe Reid speaks to us about artistic uncertainty, literary theory and how a line cannot lie.
Art Week Joburg hits the city this week with a myriad of different exhibitions, openings, talks and special events taking place across the city, coinciding with the FNB JoburgArtFair. Go get your art on!
This week’s art openings include a student art prize, inside the world of surreal photographer Roger Ballen, a township photography project, and fragmented landscape paintings.
This week’s art openings and events include a look at 300 years of portraits in South Africa, an exhibition by two new artists, a solo exhibition and this month’s CreativeMornings talk. Go get your art on.
This week’s art openings and events include solo shows by visiting artists, a CreativeMornings talk and a #CreativeHustles event, plus an inaugural multi-media group show. Go get your art on!
This week’s art openings and events include: Mary Sibande’s solo exhibition, a talk by Nandipha Mntambo, a collection of paintings by John Meyer, and Johannes Phokela’s postmodern take on a Manet.
Openings this week include a look at fashion in Africa, a 24h intervention around public spaces, dancing for Prince, and a solo exhibition of drawings by Judith Mason.
Two vastly distinct solo shows open this week, queer identities get explored and Walter Oltmann celebrates three decades of making art.
There are two openings this week in Joburg and a couple of shows to catch before they come down. Here’s the roundup.