Loads to do in Jozi over the next 10 days

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Another week-end jam packed with activities I can’t ever give a gift that I don’t personally like (although I make an exception when it comes to sport-loving sons), so my things to do in Joburg always reflect my personal tastes and interests. You won’t find any suggestions of air shows, expos at Northgate or events […]

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Normality returns to Joburg art galleries after the Art Fair. See what’s on or opening this evening

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What’s on at the galleries The dust has begun to settle after the Joburg Art Fair and everyday life can return to gallery staff and their publics.  There are several recently opened exhibitions and several which are opening in the next couple of weeks.  Exhibitions which are already showing include:   Pieter Hugo’s Kin Stevenson’s […]

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Rosebank – Joburg’s art destination

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Clustered around the lower Rosebank/Parkwood border on Jan Smuts Ave is a number of galleries which offer an exciting range of exhibitions. Showing at Everard Read from 11th April to 4th May are Pappetti’s large scale canvases  depicting  industrial landscapes, interiors and human figures.  Also on at Everard Read from 18th April is a collection […]

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Current Art Exhibitions in the Parks & CBD Galleries

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Wilma Cruise’ s exhibition The Alice Diaries shows at Circa until 25th August.  Exploring the liminal space between animals and humans, Cruise draws on texts from Alice in Wonderland and Alice through the  Looking Glass.  Across the road at Circa’s sister gallery, Everard Read,  Southern Guild showcases design ideas of some of South Africa’s most […]

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More on Jozi Exhibitions

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There are some interesting exhibitions on at the moment with new ones opening during July. The Winter exhibition at the Everard Read Gallery is a group show with works by over 30 artists Phillemon Hlungwani, Neil Rodger, Anton Momberg, Velaphi Mzimba, Walter Voigt, Impumelelo Beads, Angus Taylor, Hanneke Benade, Pauline Gutter, Lionel Smit, Deborah Bell, […]

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