Gallery Guide - February 14, 2013Comment on this story
ALLIANCE FRANçAISE, 155 Loop Street, CBD. Tel: 021 423 56 99:
Yizobona Come and See. Visual impressions from South Africa, 1994 to 2012 by Rolf Moser. Until March 2.
THE AVA GALLERY, Church Street, CBD. Tel: 021 424 7436:
Perceptual Vigilance. Curated by Kirsty Cockerill. Thirteen painters negotiate their individual concerns in an exhibition distilled to reflect as much their own as the curator’s perceptual vigilance. Until March 7.
A Word of Art, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock Exchange.
Tel: 083 300 9970:
Ways of Seeing. The result of a month-long painting project curated by Ricky Lee Gordon, aka Freddy Sam (Cape Town), and international artists in residence, Know Hope (Tel Aviv), Gaia (New York) and Franco Jaz Fasoli (Buenos Aires). Ends March 9.
blank projects, 113-115 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock. Tel: 072 198 9221:
Jaco van Schalkwyk’s third solo exhibition. Ends March 2.
Talking About 12 Paintings. A small group of works in-between painting and sculpture by Gerda Scheepers. Ends March 2.
Burr & Muir Antiques, corner Church and Loop streets, CBD.
Tel: 021 422 1319.
Postcard Art. An exhibition of postcard-sized art (10x15cm) by Peter Clarke, Simon Jones, Eris Silke, Gail Catlin, Wendy Anziska, Hardy Botha and others. Ends February 28.
BRUNDEN & GONSALVES, 71 Loop Street, CBD. Tel: 021 424 5150:
An exhibition of work by graduates of the Michaelis School of Fine Art, the Ruth Prowse School of Art and Stellenbosch University. Ends March 6.
THE CAPE GALLERY, 60 Church Street, CBD. Tel: 021 423 5309:
People and Places of the Cape, by Roelof Rossouw. Ends March 2.
Commune.1, 64 Wale Street, CBD. Tel: 021 423 5600:
The Outcome of Turner Adams. Thirty-five large-scale photographs that document a year in the life of Turner Adams, who spent 24 years in prisons such as Pollsmoor. By Gordon Clarke. Ends February 28.
DISTRICT 6 HOMECOMING CENTRE, 15 Buitenkant Street, CBD.
Tel: 021 480 7153:
Spring Queen: the Staging of the Glittering Proletariat. The Centre for Curating the Archive launches an exhibition featuring the annual Spring Queen competition. Ends February 26.
JOHANS BORMAN FINE ART, 16 Kildare Road, Newlands. Tel: 021 683 6863:
A selection of works by Irma Stern, Maggie Laubser, Erik Laubscher, Walter Battiss, Cecil Skotnes, Pranas Domsaitis, Ephraim Ngatane and Sydney Kumalo and new works by contemporary artists Walter Meyer, Jacobus Kloppers, Daan Vermeulen and Ben Coutouvidis.
THE LOVELL GALLERY, 135 Albert Street, Woodstock. Tel: 021 447 5918:
Timeline. The collection of Elad Kirshenbaum: a cohesive yet eclectic accumulation of urban art by internationally renowned artists Shepherd Fairey, Bison, Dran, Faith 47, Black Koki, Swoon, Conrad Botes and more. Ends February 27.
ROSE KORBER ART, 48 Sedgemoor Road, Camps Bay.
Tel: 021 438 9152:
Summer Show. Looks back at some of the work exhibited at the gallery over the past 20 years, including works by William Kentridge and photographers Dale Yudelman and Jurgen Schadeberg. Ends February 28.
RYNO SWART ART GALLERY, 136 St George’s Street, Simon’s Town.
Tel: 021 786 3975: New work by figurative artist Ryno Swart. Ends February 28.
SALON91 CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION, 91 Kloof Street, Gardens. Tel: 082 679 3906:
Aurora. Group exhibition of illustrations by Kirsten Beets, Maria Lebedeva, Adrie le Roux, Kirsten Sims. Ends February 23.
SIMON’S TOWN LIBRARY COMMUNITY HALL, 9 Belhar Road, Simon’s Town. Tel: 071 111 1757:
Solo art and sculpture exhibition by Nigel Hewett. Tomorrow to February 28.
slee gallery, 101 Dorp Street, Stellenbosch. Tel: 021 887 3385.
Uttering the Myth. The work of Katharien de Villiers and Luami Calitz. Tuesday to February 28.
STEVENSON, Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock. Tel: 021 462 1500:
Black Cargo. Burundian artist now living in Joburg, Serge Alain Nitegeka’s first solo exhibition (sculpture, painting, installation). Ends February 23.
The Loom of the Land. Exhibition of South African landscapes. Ends March 1.
WHATIFTHEWORLD/gallery, corner 1 Argyle Street and Albert Road, Woodstock. Tel: 021 802 3111:
Cars and Girls, by Frances Goodman. A multimedia exploration of issues around female identity which merges the glittering allure of cars with that of women as a symbol of desire, sex, success and promise. Ends March 9.
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