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Ardmore showcase inspired by Kalahari

THE Ardmore Ceramic Art Cape Town exhibition, hosted annually at the Cellars-Hohenort Hotel in February, will feast on the visual wealth of the Kalahari for its inspiration.

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Cultural coup for the AVA

IN a major cultural coup, the Association for Visual Art (AVA) has negotiated to bring the highly-acclaimed exhibition in the Zimbabwean Pavilion from last year's 56th Venice Biennale to Cape Town.

27 January 2016 | Visual Arts

A sense of sublime mystery

WENDY ANZISKA has exhibited quite extensively, both solo and as part of group shows, been a feature of a number of publications and is represented in numerous public and private collections.

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‘Salon’ tribute to Rose Korber

ROSE KORBER'S pioneering and innovative initiative, namely the Art Salon, bringing together well known and lesser-known South African artists, has been an inspirational end-year arts' event in the city.

11 January 2016 | Visual Arts

A play on dark and light

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10 November 2015 | Visual Arts

String theory of matter

FOLLOW the lines that direct one in a subway underground; move from room to room in a sparse, neat gallery and meander in and out and between buildings as one makes ones way in the city.

9 November 2015 | Visual Arts

Parallels to the Kogis

There is a bronze age pre-Columbian tribe, unconquered by the Spanish conquistadors, who live high up in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta called the Kogis.

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