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 art openings and creative events include the book launch on Kentridge’s Soho Chronicles, MJ Turpin escapes from himself again, WAM revisits sculpture from Limpopo, and creatives share anecdotes from their travels.
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 there’s a diverse range of art exhibitions and events taking place for you to choose from: botanically inspired art, Willem Boshoff’s new solo show that’s all about text, WAM After Hours is back, a large-scale group sculpture show at Nirox Sculpture Park, and just outside of JHB the Aardklop Kunstefees takes over Potchefstroom.
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.
This week’s art openings and events include an Ijusi graphic design retrospective, an all-women Show & Tell, a Master’s group show and 3 solo exhibitions.
This week’s art openings and events include a portrait of our nation’s greatest icons, an event celebrating foreignness, and a visiting artist’s solo exhibition.
This week is relatively quiet on the art front, but all the better for you to attend the first Show & Tell creative talks events.
This week’s openings include a collaborative photographic project, a talk about being a rebel (not quite an ‘opening’, but worth attending nonetheless), a student showcase and almost Masters exhibition, a WAM Talkabout, and a multi-media solo exhibition interrogating history.
This week’s openings include an interactive video installation premier, the first historically comprehensive exhibition of images from apartheid, a solo exhibition by visual arts activist, Zanele Muholi, and the product of Johan Thom’s eight month-long rumination on an elephant skull.
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.
Here’s what’s going down this week on the art front: There’s a Gerhard Marx solo show, MOAD’s first full-length group exhibition, the Wits grad show as well as a whole host of other interesting exhibitions. Go get your art on.