Gallery guide - January 27, 2011

Published Jan 27, 2011


101 Dorp, 101 Dorp St, Stellenbosch. Tel: 021 887 3385:

Celebrating the life and work of Hannes Meiring. Until February 28.

Casa Labia, 192 Main Rd, Muizenberg. Tel: 021 788 6068:

Casa Labia in Bloom is a festival of multimedia art inspired by South Africa’s indigenous flora. Ends Saturday.

Erdmann Contemporary, 63 Short-market St, CBD. Tel: 021 422 2762:

Summer group exhibition, featuring the works of Karlien de Villiers, Nomusu Makhubu, Robert Hodgins, Roger Ballen, Melanie Cleary, Lindeka Qampi, Fanie Jason and Nic Bothma. Ends Monday.

Goodman Gallery, 3rd floor, Fairweather House, 176 Sir Lowry Rd. Tel: 021 462 7573

Cumulus. Gerhard Marx manipulates collected material as part of an engagement with his physical urban environment. Until February 12.

Hout Street Gallery, cnr Hout and Main sts, Paarl. Tel: 021 872 5030:

Summer Salon. Paintings, ceramics and sculptures by more than 30 newer artists and Old Masters. Ends Monday.

Art Wembley Square, A Project Room for Contemporary Art, Wembley Square, Gardens. Tel: 021 424 5150

To Skip the Last Step. Beth Armstrong chronicles of her experience of the loss of a loved one. Until February 23.

Irma Stern Museum, Cecil Rd, Rosebank. Tel: 021 685 5686.

Ceramic Conversations. Clementina van der Walt and Hennie Meyer are inspired by an annual pilgrimage to participate in the Ceramic Art London event at the Royal College of Art. Ends Saturday.

Iziko SA National Gallery, Government Ave, Company’s Garden, CBD. Tel: 021 467 4660:

In Context. Works which engage with a number of pressing questions about space, context and geography. Originally conceived as site-specific exhibitions and interventions in and around Joburg over the World Cup. Ends March 13.

A Vigil of Departure – Louis Kehla Maqhubela, A Retrospective, 1960 to 2010. Assesses Maqhubela’s place in and contribution to South African art. Ends February 13.

Borders. An exhibition from the Bamako African Photographic Biennale 2009. It is the first time this Pan-African exhibition of contemporary photographic creativity has been shown in sub-Saharan Africa. Ends on Sunday.

Jordan Wine Estate, Stellenbosch Kloof, Stellenbosch. Tel: 083 400 2999:

Selma Abasini exhibits mixed media work and charcoal sketches until Wednesday.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Rhodes Drive, Newlands. Tel: 021 799 8899.

Untamed. A collaborative project between sculptor Dylan Lewis, architect Enrico Daffonchio and poet Ian McCallum. Ends in June.

@ Sanlam Hall: The South African Society of Artists will host its annual Merit exhibition from tomorrow until Sunday, February 6.

Old Town House, Iziko Michaelis Collection: Greenmarket Square.

Tel: 021 467 4676:

Home and Away: A Return to the South. For the past five years the Ifa Lethu Foundation has been instrumental in repatriating South African art that was produced during apartheid by black artists whose work found a market outside the country. The exhibition explores this previously lost artistic heritage, alongside the Art Against Apartheid collection. Ends Sunday.

Rose Korber art, 48 Sedgemoor Rd, Camps Bay. Tel: 021 438 9152:

The 19th annual Art Salon sees Andrew Lamprecht present Salon de Confuses, a varied mix of emerging artists alongside well known names. Until February 28.

Salon91 Contemporary Art Collection, 91 Kloof St, Gardens. Tel: 021 424 6930:

The Jacaranda Girls and Other Stories. A solo exhibition by Katrine Claassens. Until February 19.

Tokara Winery, R310, Stellenbosch. Tel: 021 808 5900:

Celebrate Africa. The 2010 Wine Made Art series features the work of Hilde Malan, Jane-Lee Gouws, Katherine de Villiers and Aphelele Sikwebu, who used wine as a medium. Ends Monday.

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