Ahead of her exhibition ‘No More Worlds to Conquer’ we take a look at Liza Grobler’s immersive sculptural work ‘Barbed Wire Paradise’.
Person: Liza Grobler
Liza Grobler recently returned from installing ‘Honeydew’, a 2.6 x 5.15 m Half Square installation at Nando’s West Loop in Chicago’s Gallery District.
Freedom Day is just around the corner and Nando’s is getting into the spirit of things with ‘Rites and Duties’, their first-ever exhibition of African art.
[youtube]http://youtu.be/6XVeK4diL8s[/youtube] In July Nando’s launched the Accidental Art (#WDC522) project and announced their plans to install two large-scale site-specific public artworks in Cape Town. Nando’s has been a supporter of local contemporary art since 2001, when they launched their Global Art Initiative. Their impressive art collection now hosts over […]
In the spirit of taking art into the streets and onto the walls of the Mother City the Nando’s Accidental Art initiative have planned an pop-up Instawalk route through Cape Town for today only.
Artist Liza Grobler dabbles in a diverse range of mediums, embracing bright colour and incorporating traditional craft techniques to create site-specific artworks. Her impressive portfolio includes everything from performance art, drawing and painting to crochet, beading and weaving. She’s done 11 solo exhibitions and her latest one titled Blindfolded Line, Dancing Through […]
The Half Square project, directed by Yellowwoods Art, aims to connect local artists and designers with skilled ceramic artisans to design and produce beautifully impressive large-scale ceramic installations made up of their signature handmade, hand coloured triangular tiles. So far the Half Square team have collaborated with Heather Moore, Doreen […]
Nando’s have come a long way since they opened their first restaurant in Johannesburg in 1987, but one thing is sure – they haven’t forgotten their roots. In 2001 Nando’s started their Global Arts Initiative in support of local artists, and they now have an impressive collection of over 7500 original pieces […]
This month, as part of the World Design Capital 2014 celebrations, Nando’s launches Accidental Art (#WDC522), a project aimed at making art accessible to everybody by taking it into the streets and onto the walls of the Mother City. Nando’s has an impressive collection of over 7500 original pieces by South […]