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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.
space space director talks about her favourite thing to do as a child while grocery shopping at the checkers hyper supermarket in eastgate mall, johannesburg. www.spacespacegallery.com
An online tour of our new Gallery on the Side in Fourways, Johannesburg. Located in the Pineslopes Shopping Centre, corner of Witkoppen and Straight Roads. For more info, visit us online: www.fineartportfolio.co.za
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 ...
Smitten by the objects d'art, Artie and Carol experience the Circa Art Gallery. Carol: "Artie and I checked out Circa art gallery in Johannesburg, which, curiously, is circular just like the Guggenheim in NYC. And even though the Guggenheim is a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, I prefer this one! The photos of the miners really spoke to me -- powerful stuff. But most of all, Artie and I were smitten with the objects d'art -- we wanted to smuggle it home with us! Just imagine how great they'll look with our other pieces, I said to Artie, but he wasn't buying it!"
Currently based in Johannesburg, Space Space gallery is a moving art space run by Ella Krivanek and Dorothy Siemens. It specialises in connecting experimental emerging and established artists in group shows around the world. www.spacespacegallery.com
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
which comes first lightening or thunder? a gallery in johannesburg talks the energy of the city and curating art in south african cbd. www.spacespacegallery.com
Ever thought why we had separate development? Read more: #BlackViolenceContinuesInSA: Downtown Jozi streets become a landfill rubbish heap: gallery http://stopwhitegenocideinsareports.blogspot.co.za/2015/12/blackviolencecontinuesinsa-downtown.html #StopWhiteGenocideInSA
The word 'kakotopia' is derived from the Greek words ‘kakos’ (bad, vile and unhappy) and ‘topos’ (place), first used by English philosopher Jeremy Bentham in his book Plan of Parliamentary Reform to describe a negative state of society where chaos and disintegration reigns, and citizens live in a dehumanised state, fearing the outside world and having lost respect for the natural world. This group exhibition titled Rethinking Kakotopia challenges the impact of the visual interpretation of kakotopia, disputing that it should, but often does not, create awareness of the modern crisis of exclusion and violence. The exhibition tackles issues of identity, corruption, emotive nationalism, xenophobia and the rage against the killing of South Africa’s fauna. The artworks are formed as reflection...
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
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...
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...
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 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
Artist Barend De Wet "Making Pasta Performance". 1996 F.I.G gallery Johannesburg Troyville. Guests. Braam Kruger, Carl Gietel, Werner Vermeulen, Robert Weinek, Karin Rolfes, Leigh Ogilvy, Wolf Weinek, William Kentridge, Katie Mennel, amongst others.
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
December 2006 'Surfing' on top of speeding trains is the ultimate adrenaline experience for South Africa's disillusioned youth. It's illegal, dangerous and has already killed hundreds. "I always wanted to be a stuntman", explains 'Bitch Nigga'. He doesn't just surf trains. He ducks bridges, does push ups and has come up with his own entertainment routine, performed from the top of a racing train. Most of the surfers come from broken homes. They spend their days drinking, smoking and teaching each other the latest train surfing techniques.
We discuss the South African fine art scene with gallery owner Hlengiwe Vilakati in our coffee shop. Experience the beauty of African culture, music and dance at the Zindala Zombili African Music & Dance Festival in Johannesburg. ‘What’s Appening’ features the review of a local travelling app called Awesome South Africa and a movie called The Man Who Knew Infinity. Sabelo Mthembu ends the show off with Ofana Nawe. https://www.facebook.com/iDentity-TV-Show-323757921004785/ https://twitter.com/identitytvshow https://twitter.com/hashtag/identitytvshow https://www.instagram.com/identitytvshow/ firstname.lastname@example.org Catch i-Dentity, Sundays at 11:00 on SABC 1. Watch the full episode here directly after the normal TV broadcast on SABC 1 at 11:30. Join us then! i-Dentity is a multi-faith m...
Ecstasy and the Agony (2001): Slumped, intertwined, underaged bodies suggest that the drug users are getting younger, and access to the drugs is getting easier. For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/9598/short-films/ecstasy-and-the-agony.html Two former drug dealers speak out about their role in Pretoria's lucrative drug trade. We tell the story of the club where they operate, the narcotics policeman who allegedly protected them, and Pretoria's Godfather who has declared a war on drugs. SABC - Ref. 1253 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding ...
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
Video Link: https://youtu.be/m2_hbiq9siQ 00:53 501 Sean Kelly - New York 03:45 600 Victoria Miro - London 04:57 604 Galerie Lelong - New York, Paris 06:40 617 Yancey Richardson Gallery - New York 08:19 624 P420 - Bologna 09:13 628 Gallery MOMO - Cape Town, Johannesburg 10:28 630 SMAC Gallery - Cape Town, Stellenbosch 11:37 537 blank - Cape Town 12:15 534 October Gallery - London 12:40 527 Ink Studio - Bejing 13:26 601 Lisson Gallery - Longdon, Milan, New York 16:29 701 David Zwirner - New York, London 18:06 704 Kukje Gallery / Tina Kim Gallery - New York 19:44 711 Peter Blum Gallery - New York 21:45 717 Roberts & Tilton - Los Angeles 23:00 728 Yossi Milo Gallery - New York 24:20 744 Pierogi - New York, Brooklyn 26:01 748 Ota Fine Arts - Tokyo, Singapore...
In this clip you can see a segment of a morning signing session with Nelson Mandela at his home in Johannesburg taken by Laura Walford and Anna Hunter of Belgravia Gallery, London, During this session Mr Mandela signed over 400 lithographs and talked at length about his enjoyment in creating the work as well as many other fascinating insights into his life and experience. Lithographs signed here include The Window, The Cell, and other works from the My Robben Island series. This morning Mandela also produced the iconic work 'Hand of Africa', which can be seen drying on the floor of his living room. View Nelson Mandela's art works on our website: http://www.belgraviagallery.com/artist/nelson-mandela/ View brochure of the Nelson Mandela Collection here: http://www.belgraviagallery.com/site...
The virtual exhibition FROM V TO X (VIA PARIS) by Siyabonga Mthembu (The Brother Moves On) and Bogosi Sekhukhuni will be streamed live at the Goodman Gallery on Saturday 28 June. Both artists are currently based outside South Africa and will be performing live from their respective residencies. Mthembu, who is taking part in the VAGABOND CONGRESS at THEATRE RAMP in Germany has produced a series of news broadcasts, VAGABOND NEWS NETWORK, hosted by mercurial mystery man MHLELI VILLAS. VNN I and II launched during the first two weeks of Mthembu's residency and the final broadcast - VNN III - will air for the first time on 28 June as part of FROM V TO A (VIA PARIS). Mhleli Villas will be performing solo from 5:20 pm before the final episode of VNN III. Sekhukhuni is currently in Paris t...
SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's visit the world famous Imperial War Museums (IWM) which is a British national museum organisation with branches at five locations in England, three of which are in London. Founded as the Imperial War Museum in 1917, the museum was intended to record the civil and military war effort and sacrifice of Britain and its Empire during the First World War. The museum's remit has since expanded to include all conflicts in which British or Commonwealth forces have been involved since 1914. As of 2012, the museum aims "to provide for, and to encourage, the study and understanding of the history of modern war and 'wartime experience'". The museum's collections include archives of personal and official documents, photographs, film and video mate...
The participants in this panel discussion, moderated by Kate Ezra, the Nolen Curator of Education and Academic Affairs, examine South African contemporary art from multiple perspectives. Zanele Muholi is an artist whose photographs are included in the Gallery’s exhibition Contemporary Art/South Africa. Judy Hecker is Assistant Curator in the Department of Drawings and Prints at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Chika Okeke-Agulu, Associate Professor at Princeton University, is an artist, art historian, and curator specializing in African and African diasporic art history. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Contemporary Art/South Africa. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Lectureship Fund.
Michael Tellinger faced Standard Bank in the Supreme Court of Johannesburg on the 13th Feb 2013. This was in response to Michael's Summons against the bank which includes 5 counts of fraud and more. The bank was represented by a gallery of 5 lawyers, the top litigating lawyer from Norton Rose, and one of the most senior advocates in South Africa -- Shem Symon. Standard Bank were trying their best to have the case thrown out based on a list of exceptions they drew to the Summons -- the exceptions were that the allegations were "vague and embarrassing". Because of the fact that Michael Tellinger represented himself as a "layperson" he was given lenience by the judge who refused the bank's request to have the matter thrown out -- but instead, gave Michael 30 days to submit a new Summons. Th...
Decolonizing the city with Lewis Gordon On 3 October 2015 Studio X Johannesburg in Partnership with the Wits City Institute, Eyethu Gallery and Sidewalk Productions hosted a jam-session with internationally renowned Africana philosopher Professor Lewis Gordon about the city-yet-to-come with a range of young artists across the Johannesburg city region. - If the city were Jazz rhythms or Hip-Hop rhymes - what could the city become? - Could the creative forces of Jazz and Hip-Hop be the basis for a radical political project for the city?
Nelson Makamo Art Discussion with Adelaide Damoah Check out his exhibition, "Souls of Azania," at the Gallery of African Art (GAFRA) in Mayfair! Make sure to go before it ends on September 9th, 2017! Nelson Makamo was born in a small town of Nylstroom (now Modimolle), Limpopo province, in 1982. Makamo moved to Johannesburg to join the Artist Proof Studio in January 2003 where he studied for 3 years and worked for another 2 years as sales representative and curator of the gallery. He was awarded a bursary from Johnson and Johnson and the Pinpoint one Human Resources Scholarship in 2005. Makamo has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in South Africa, France, Italy, America, Netherlands, Amsterdam and Scotland. His first solo exhibition, Walk with Me, was held at the Obert Contemporary...
Gallery Guichard Travels to South Africa Eastern Cape in serarch of talented fine artists. Join Gallery Guichard and experience the beauty as they travel to Port Elizabeth, Grahamstown for the Grahamstown National Art Festival, and to Mthatha to provide seminars and select art for an exhibition in Chicago on September 20, 2012 at Gallery Guichard in Chicago.
Daniel Magaziner Friday, February 3, 2017, 1:30 pm Between 1951 and 1981, the white-minority government of South Africa ran a school for art teachers at Ndaleni, Natal. In this talk—which draws on the research presented in his book, The Art of Life in South Africa—Daniel Magaziner, Associate Professor in the Department of History, Yale University, considers the history of art and education under a white supremacist government. Magaziner traces the trajectories of the idea of art, the politics of culture under apartheid, and especially the lives and experiences of the nearly 1000 African teachers who trained at the school. Presented in conjunction with the newly reinstalled Laura and James J. Ross Gallery of African Art. Generously sponsored by the Martin A. Ryerson Fund.