Joburg Gallery Guide - April 4, 2014

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to Chinese sil tea set . VALUABLE: Chinese tea set at the Antiques Art Fair on Sunday at Nelson Mandela Square.


L’Atelier season is approaching. Now in its 29th year, Absa L’Atelier continues to recognise and reward the skills and imagination that exist in a competitive and challenging environment as well as present an opportunity to artists to showcase their talent. This month 2 014 competition entries will exhibit their work at various galleries around the country. Once all the regional judging has taken place, up to 100 works will be selected as finalists. The overall winner will be announced in Joburg on July 16. The exhibition ends Friday at 4pm at Absa Gallery, Absa Towers North, 161 Main Street, Joburg. Call 011 888-8548 or e-mail [email protected]


Maroelana Centre, Maroelana Street, Pretoria East. Tel: 012 346 0728 or e-mail [email protected] Old Masters.


The Design Quarter, cnr William Nicol Drive and Leslie Avenue, Fourways, Joburg. Tel: 011 386 2198, 011 465 7695 or e-mail [email protected]

Every Tuesday Art Eye presents six pieces of art by different artists.


41 GW Mrwebi Street, Newtown, Joburg CBD. E-mail [email protected]

Workshops on the basics of silkscreen, monotype printmaking, lino print making and more.


1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein, Joburg. Tel: 011 381 3108 or e-mail info@

Nomalungelo: Threads to Freedom, by Amita Makan, traces the legacies of Miriam Makeba, Dorothy Masuka and Brenda Fassie. Ends today.


Refle’X’ions: 20 Years of Electoral Democracy. In celebration of South Africa’s 20 years of electoral democracy, Constitution Hill and the Electoral Commission of South Africa present an exhibition of photographs, artefacts and election material from the past 20 years. Ends April 18. AND My South Africa: Thand’Umza.nsi Campaign. Monday. 8.30am to 9am. Public sector participation at Gandhi Square.


140 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Joburg. Tel: 011 447 0155/98 or e-mail [email protected]

Hinterland by Stephan Erasmus, Jaco van Schalkwyk and Lauren Palte. Ends tomorrow.


44 Stanley Avenue, Braamfontein Werf (Milpark), Joburg. Tel: 011 726 2234 or e-mail [email protected]

It’s All About Me by Judith Mason. Ends tomorrow.


245 Main Street, City and Suburban, Joburg. Tel: 011 442 3232 or e-mail [email protected]

Nesting Narratives by Francis Burger, Talya Lubinsky, Ashmash Blue, George Mahashe, Ruth Sacks. Narated by Thato Mogotsi. Ends April 20.


163 Jan Smuts, Parkwood, Joburg. Tel: 011 788 1113 or e-mail [email protected]

Jodi Bieber’s Quiet. Ends April 26. This will coincide with her major travelling solo exhibition, Between Darkness and Light, at Wits Art Museum (April 17 to July 19).


100 Juta Street, Braamfontein, entrance in Biccard Street, Joburg. Tel: 011 880 1340 or e-mail [email protected]

Tension Torsion 20 Years On. A group exhibition curated by Farieda Nazier, with Gordon Froud, Avitha Sooful and Oupa V Mokwena. Ends April 17. Wednesdays to Saturdays from 11am to 4pm.


King George Street, between Wolmarans and Noord streets, Joubert Park, Joburg. Tel: 011 725 3180 or e-mail [email protected]

Stephen Hobbs deconstructing the Meyer/Pienaar buildings and plans for next year revealed.

AND Conversations with a large numbers of participants. Ends May 11.


We have moved to: 155 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Joburg. Tel: 011 880 8802 or e-mail [email protected]

Marking the Map, a group exhibition showcasing works from Liza.more and Associates’ family of artists.

Art critic and journalist, Johan Myburg, will open the exhibition. Ends April 26.


Main Street, City and Suburban, Joburg. E-mail [email protected] An ongoing hive of activity with exhibitions at various galleries, bioscopes, restaurants and much more.


Antigues Fair. Lower and upper Levels, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton. Tel: 011 802 1611 or e-mail [email protected] The first Sunday of each month. Perhaps the most valuable item to be seen at the Antiques Fair this Sunday is a three-piece Chinese export silver tea service by Wo Shing, circa 1860. From 9am to 4pm.


No 3 70 Juta Precinct, Juta Street, Braamfontein, Joburg. Tel: 011 074 4944 or e-mail [email protected]

Somewhere Between Here is an exhibition of photographic works by Mack Magagane. Ends April 19.

UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG – FADA Gallery Bunting Road Campus, Braamfontein, Joburg. E-mail [email protected]

Quotidian Life: the importance of small things is a photography exhibition by Iris Dawn Parker. Artist hosts a talk and a question and answer session on Sunday between 3pm and 4.30pm. Ends April 17.

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