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The FNB Joburg Art Fair has just kicked off in Johannesburg. It's showcasing works from South Africa, and from across the continent. The fair runs at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg until Sunday. CCTV's Julie Scheier stopped by to take a look at what's on show.
Our girl Tony Gum got a solo exhibition spot at the awesome FNB Art fair held at the Johannesburg Sandton Convention Centre. Of course we had to document the trip so come along on this journey with us and discover South African Art at it's best! T O N Y G U M ' S A R T C U R A T E D B Y : http://www.christophermollerart.co.za F N B J O B U R G A R T FA I R http://www.fnbjoburgartfair.co.za S U B S C R I B E _ H E R E → http://bit.ly/1LnExHx W A N T U S A T Y O U R E V E N T? Email for bookings: email@example.com → S O C I A L S T U F F ← http://thelocalcollective.co.vu facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thelocalcollective instagram - https://instagram.com/the_localcollective twitter - https://twitter.com/collectivetlc → M U S I C ← Edo Lee → Black ...
https://www.lightasm.com/johannesburg-art-gallery/ See what happened at the Johannesburg Art Gallery photowalk. Take a tour of Johannesburg's reclaimed art district as we explore Maboneng. The Maboneng area and the areas around Arts on Main have a cool, rich artsy vibe as they slowly turn old derelict buildings into trendy hot spots. The photo walk took us all around the art neighbourhood from Arts on Main to the newly renovated Cosmopolitan Hotel. Inside the old hotel had been renovated and turned into shopping space with small galleries. The outside courtyard featured sculptures and other artworks too. We then moved on to the Museum of African Design to see what young South African artists had been up to before heading to the AGOG gallery just a few blocks away. We then made our way ...
The Art Fair provides a space for leading artists, galleries, collectors, writers, thinkers and art lovers to congregate.
This year marks the centenary of the Johannesburg Art Gallery.To celebrate this landmark a number of exhibitions are on display showcasing the gallery's hundred-year-old collection.
On things #ToDo this weekend, check out the Joburg Art Gallery with their latest Angela Ferreira Exhibition on show, and we also chat to Greg Mills about his book 'Making Africa Work', another great read to have on your collection. Join the conversation by leaving your thoughts on our comment section or reach out to us on our social media platforms using the hashtag #JoburgToday Follow us on: Twitter - @JoburgToday Instagram - @Joburgtoday.tv Facebook - Joburgtoday.tv
On the eve of Child Protection Week, a visual artwork protesting child abuse has been released. The "United against Child Abuse" work was unveiled at a Johannesburg Art Gallery. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Johannesburg is not only the heart of the financial district it is also host to a vibrant art scene. Entrepreneurs from across the continent seek to make their fortunes is the city of gold.
It houses over 9,000 works of art from a selection of renowned artists such as black South African art pioneer Gerard Sekoto, landscape artist Jacobus Hendrik Pierneef and abstract painter Walter Battiss. That's the largest art gallery in southern Africa, the Johannesburg Art Gallery which boasts the largest art collection on the continent. JAG has since been temporarily closed due to extensive water damage to the gallery's infrastructure with reports suggesting that the buidling has been slowly slipping into disrepair since the roof began to perish in 1989. Its also reported that thieves have also stolen copper sheeting from the structure, further weakening the building's standing while Chief Curator at Johannesburg Art Gallery Antoinette Murdoch has also resigned sighting lack of funds f...
We visit the first gallery that was founded in Joburg - the Johannesburg Art Gallery. The building was designed by Edward Lutyens, the British architect also responsible for the city’s Anglo-Boer War Memorial and houses one of the biggest art collections in the country. Join the conversation by laving your thoughts on our comment section or reach out to us on our social media platforms using the hashtag #JoburgToday Follow us on: Twitter - @JoburgToday Instagram - @Joburgtoday.tv Facebook - Joburgtoday.tv
Here you have the Johannesburg Art Gallery. This national monument is the hotspot for Art lovers visiting the city. The collection of the 17th century Dutch and 18th century French art, and the display of traditional African objects, puts it on par with the world's best
On Sept. 10, 2013, the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG), in collaboration with People Opposing Women Abuse (POWA) held an AWARE/OWARE workshop inspired by Art Works for Change's "AWARE/OWARE Game for Female Empowerment" (currently in AWFC's "Off the Beaten Path" exhibition at JAG). Participants from HIVSA, Boitumelo Project, and JAG visitors created game bowls while sharing their own experiences and thoughts on female empowerment. The group then played the game of AWARE/OWARE which is not a game for winning or losing, but rather an opportunity to "capture" the six different aspects of empowerment as it relates to health, economics, education, politics, human rights and stewardship. The workshop was held in conjunction with Art Works for Change's exhibition "Off the Beaten Path: Violence, W...
TG3 - rubrica "Fuori Linea" del 10 maggio 2015. Anna Maria Levorin intervista Simona Bartolena, curatrice della mostra "Capolavori della Johannesburg Art Gallery. Da Degas a Picasso" in corso alle Scuderie del Castello Visconteo di Pavia fino al 19 luglio 2015. www.scuderiepavia.com
We take a look at the history of the Johannesburg Art Gallery, and their latest Angela Ferreira Exhibition on show. Join the conversation by leaving your thoughts on our comment section or reach out to us on our social media platforms using the hashtag #JoburgToday Follow us on: Twitter - @JoburgToday Instagram - @Joburgtoday.tv Facebook - Jobiurgtoday.tv
an evening of art from some of Jo'burg's newest up and coming young talents. Hosted by Natalie Propa Kudos to all the artists, some mind expansive work. (I may have the name "vandaliZem" spelt wrong but hey...) The song used is Qwel - Attention Deficit Disorder "Renounce the Fruit of your Works - Let your work be its own reward." - Krishna
"I was in Africa for the first time," says Mykki Blanco. "I am 31 years old, African American, and there I was... on the continent in which civilisation as we know it was born, the land which birthed my race, for the very first time." Out Of This World, a new i-D documentary series, journeys with American rapper and activist Mykki Blanco as he explores queer culture in Johannesburg. Captured intimately in an experimental hybrid-documentary by director Matt Lambert, Mykki meets boundary pushing artists Umilio and FAKA, designer Rich Mnisi and Bradley and Nkulsey, a model and dancer of the 'Born Free' generation - all using their platforms to give a voice to issues surrounding the politics of their sexuality, gender, identity and humanity. As we make our way through the creative epicentre ...
A selection of Interviews for the installation, "The Republic of An Us". an exhibition that was first staged at the Johannesburg art gallery and then later at the South African National Gallery. The work explored and intervened into the rubrics that govern immigration. the installation set up an interview room / embassy where visitors entered a sealed room which was visible to those outside via a one way window. the visitors were interrogated / interviewed to assess their eligibility for immigration to a fictitious nation. the exhibition was curated by Bettina Malcomess and Simon Njami. https://sites.google.com/site/zenmarienow/home/embassy
Liza Essers, Director, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg Rosenclaire, Artists, Johannesburg Camilla Péus, Journalist, art. Das Kunstmagazin, and South Africa-Expert, Berlin Moderator | Ute Thon, Senior Editor, art. Das Kunstmagazin, Hamburg
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Rabbi Zev Leff is one of the most colourful and creative Torah thinkers of our time. Known as a master of the “chiddush” (a novel Torah insight), his riveting philosophical and textual explorations weave together seemingly disparate narrative strands to create dazzling illuminations on Torah themes and interludes. Rabbi Leff is Rosh Yeshiva and communal leader of Moshav Matityahu, and one of the farm community’s early pioneers.
Joost Bosland, Director, Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town; Mercedes Vilardell, Collector, London; Robin Rhode, Artist, Berlin Moderator: Andile Magengelele, Independent Curator, Johannesburg Date: Sunday, June 19, 2016, 4pm to 5pm Filmed on site at Art Basel in Basel 2016
On The Stream: The impact art has on political activism and the cultural changes made when the two collide.
After a further delay of my connection flight via Johannesburg to Cape Town for four hours Turkish Airlines was ready to take off at 5.30 just the right time to start my airborne video. Slept few hours the way down high above the clouds covering the deserts and rain forests of Central Africa and woke up just in time to film the prepartions for landing at Oliver Tambo International in Johannesburg. Filmed a bit during landing and after take off and fell asleep again till the clouds dissapeared up and the landscape of Western Cape and the Mother city unfolded their hidden secrets.
”One can always write ones biography in the terms of the failures which have saved you.” Meet South African artist William Kentridge in this extensive and humorous reflection upon life and his relationship with art. William Kentridge (b. 1955) is South Africa's most important contemporary artist, best known for his prints, drawings and animated films. He has been compared to Buster Keaton and Gerorge Méliès and mentions Hogarth, Francis Bacon, Manet, Philip Guston, Picasso, the Dadaists, Samuel Beckett and Mayakovski as his inspirations. “It is about tracking down the multiple cells that we all have. And it is also understanding the sometimes antagonistic relationship to ourselves.” Kentridge continues: “One has to understand that you do not spent being an artist for 40 years without the...
TEMPERED SOULS Dance piece performed and conceptualized by Itumeleng Mokgope performed at jozi art:lab 2010, Arts on Main, Johannesburg Directed: Indra Wussouw Video and Sound scape: Jurgen Meekel 3D graphics: Mileta Postic Lighting: Oliver Hauser Camera registration: Maciej Kwiecinski and Bheki Dube
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This Artist Talk examines issues concerning artists from major continents considered peripheral to the art market, and the range of decisions required to survive. How do artists in these regions build recognition for their work, at home and abroad? What are the trials and tribulations from the perspectives of both an artist who has left her/his country of origin and an artist who has stayed? What is the significance of pursuing art education and exhibition opportunities away from their homeland, and what are the ramifications of each possibility, for the artist as well as the art communities from which they hail? Zanele Muholi, Artist and Visual Activist, Johannesburg, and Valerie Kabov, Editor-at-Large, Art Africa Magazine, Harare. Thursday, June 15, 2017, 3pm - 4pm. Filmed on site at ...
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