It’s difficult to keep up with what’s happening at Maboneng Precinct in the eastern Inner City of Joburg

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Maboneng Precinct continues to expand In 2008 Managing Diretctor and developer Jonathan Liebmann purchased the old DF Corlett Construction offices and warehouses and worked with architect Enrico Daffonchio on converting them into the space that is now Arts on Main – a mix of galleries,  [Goodman Gallery, David Krut, Seipel, Goethe Institut] private artist studios, […]

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Ross exhibition 1:1 at David Krut Projects

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Alex Ross at David Krut Alexandra Ross’  3rd solo exhibition 1:1, opened at David Krut Projects 142 Jan Smuts Ave on 2nd June.  In this exhibition: Dialogue, relationship, mirroring and reflection are the central themes, not only in the individual works, but in the installation as a whole.  1:1 continues the artist’s ongoing interest in […]

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Ann Gollifer and Judelman exhibitions open at Circa Gallery on 14th June

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Gollifer’s Living on the Horizon at Circa on Jellicoe till 9 July Ann Gollifer’s works exhibition Living on the Horizon is a tribute to the novelist Bessie Head and comprises a new series of large format paintings dealing with colour, space and expansiveness. Gollifer writes: ‘I wanted to make landscapes that might capture the Botswana skies and my long love […]

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Richard Penn and other is showing at a really interesting group exhibition at Arts on Main

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Richard Penn’s exhibition at David Krut Revolving Exhibitions from DKW part 2 i is showing at David Krut Projects at Arts on Main  during April and May. Johannesburg-based artist, Richard Penn, started working at DKW on this series of monotypes in 2010. Using nature magazines and images of the known universe captured by the Hubble Telescope […]

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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: My art is my voice

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Group exhibition at Carol Lee Gallery WHAT:  An exciting exhibition of affordable original prints, drawings, paintings and mixed media works by a selection of extraordinary black artists. WHO:     The approximately 40 artists whose artwork will be shown include, among others: From the 1970s to the 1990s: Eli Kobeli, David Koloane, Frank Ledimo, Dumisani Mabaso, Osiah Masekoameng, […]

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