Tag: Commune.1

Christopher Swift’s The Void at Commune 1

Christopher Swift’s The Void at Commune 1

Christopher Swift’s exhibition, titled ‘The Void: positive and negative spaces’, explores South Africa’s apartheid past, focusing on the process of liberation, and assesses the current democratic system’s successes and failures.

Young South Africa: Jong Afrikaner

Young South Africa: Jong Afrikaner

Roelof van Wyk’s Jong Afrikaner: A Self-Portrait is a published series of portraits of urbanised, creative and engaged Afrikaners who present a challenge to preconceived ideas about Afrikaner identity and values.

Dominique Edwards at Commune 1

Dominique Edwards at Commune 1

After 2 months of renovations, art gallery Commune.1 is opening its doors once again with a brand new exhibition by Dominique Edwards entitled “the distance between us”.

Umlungu by Christopher Swift

Umlungu by Christopher Swift

Having won both the Michaelis Prize in 2009 and the Spier Contemporary Prize in 2010 Swift has arrived a “serious” South African artist. Now with the opening of the new Commune.1 gallery, Swift launches his first solo show, Umlungu.