Now on at SMITH Studio in Cape Town, ‘Two’ – a group show of paintings displayed as diptychs – explores the notion of duality in subject matter within art.
Person: gabrielle raaff
Openings this week include a Gabrielle Raaff solo, a multi-media forest installation by Stephen Hobbs and a series of collaborations at IMBADU Collective.
David Goldblatt For (almost) as long as humans have been on this earth, portraits have existed in one form or another. We’re drawn to portraits – taking them, making them – because they reflect something of our existence here. There’s also the fascinating aspect of recognising a bit of […]
This week Cape Town hosts an exhibition celebrating wool, an exhibition celebrating paper, the opening of a group show of student work, a talk on ‘Nollywood’, and a performance piece. Here’s the when and where: Tuesday, 24 June The Winter Wool House opens at InAwe Stays […]
Gabrielle Raaff is a painter living and working in Cape Town. Creating works that allude to the form, the function and the emotion, Raaff paints to “discover, to see better and to raise questions rather than answer any.” She did answer our questions, however – read on to […]
Sifting through madness, for the word, the line, the way is a new exhibition at Salon91 featuring the work of Andrew Sutherland, Senyol, Candice Jezek, Jade Klara, Daniel Ting Chong and Gabrielle Raaff. The exhibition opens on Wednesday night at Salon91 in Kloof Street. For more information about the opening […]