El Anatsui at Goodman Gallery

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Meyina El Anatsui’s exhibition at Goodman Gallery until 20th December Do yourselves a favour and make sure that you visit the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank before El Anatsui’s exhibition comes down on 2oth December.  El Anatsui, who is Ghanaian by birth but has lived in Nigeria since 1975, is one of  Africa’s most influential contemporary artists. […]

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#FirstThursday – Late evening opening 7th July

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Lots of choice for #FirstThursday It’s #FirstThursday tomorrow 7th July when many of the art galleries stay open late – both in Braamfontein and along the Rosebank Art Mile.  First Thursdays started as a Cape Town initiative and is gradually taking off in Joburg. But take extra care walking between galleries in Braamfontein – there […]

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Kentridge ‘festival’

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Kentridge: Three Exhibitions/Three Venues The pick of the month has to be the Kentridge festival coming up with exhibitions of his work opening in three Johannesburg venues in November. Tomorrow, 9th November, Refusal of Time opens at Johannesburg Art Gallery and runs until 1st February. On 15th November  Drawings: East Rand Proprietary Mines Cash Book […]

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The Jan Smuts Art strip

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Three outstanding exhibitions at the Parkwood galleries on the Jan Smuts Art Strip Gerhard Marx at Goodman Gallery There are currently several not-to-be missed exhibitions showing at some of the galleries clustered along the Jan Smuts art strip.    Showing at Goodman Gallery is Gerhard Marx’s exhibition Lessons in Looking Down     I realize I have written other […]

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