David Adjaye at MOMO, Parktown North: a photographic exhibition NOT to be missed

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David Adjaye’s Exhibition at Momo: African Metropolitan Landscapes African Metropolitan Architecture is a  fascinating exhibition ‘encapsulating’ Africa’s urbanscapes. Conceptualized and curated in a highly innovative and unique way, it is the result of a 10 year ongoing project by David Adjaye the renowned London based architect.  The project began as an informal excercise ‘to piece together fragments […]

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Maid in three mediums – conversations on the politics of the domestic worker at Women’s Jail, Constitution Hill Wednesday 22nd Sept

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Author, artist and academic in conversation Novelist and author of  The Madams Zukis wa Wanner, artist Mary Sibande whose excellent exhibition Long Live the Dead Queen showed in July at Gallery Momo in Parktown North, and academic Shireen Ally who wrote Servants to Workers,  comment on each others work tonight at the Women’s Jail at Constitution […]

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CURRENT EXHIBITION BY SAM NHLENGETHWA AT GOODMAN GALLERY

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Sam Nhlenethwa’s Exhibition at Goodman Gallery In Kind of Blue,  Sam Nhlengethwa’s latest solo exhibition of drawings, prints and paintings at the Goodman Gallery, he pays homage to trumpeter and composer Miles Davis and celebrates the recent 50th anniversary of Davis’ groundbreaking album Kind of Blue. WHEN?  Opening at Goodman Gallery  26 August at 18.00 until 29 September 2010 MORE […]

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Umuzi Photo Club

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This week’s pick: Umuzi Photo Club Genre: Photography exhibition What: Mi Kasi es tu Kasi (My township is your township) is the title of the Johannesburg leg of the global Umuzi Photo Club exhibition – New York, London and now Joburg. This photographic exhibition showcases both undiscovered and underprivileged talent in South Africa. A photographic […]

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Excellent body of work by Christine Dixie showing at AOP 44 Stanley Ave

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Christine Dixie’s exhibition at Arts on Paper The gentle images of a sleeping child shown in prints on the wall are contrasted with themes of sacrifice, violence, dismemberment  and war in a  tightly conceived and impressive exhibition by Grahamstown artist Christine Dixie, currently showing at AOP [Arts on Paper] 44 Stanley Ave until this Saturday 29th May. The […]

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