‘What’s going on?’ at The Lovell Gallery

‘What’s going on?’ at The Lovell Gallery

The Lovell Gallery in Woodstock is ready to present its first exhibition for 2014: ‘What’s Going On?’ – a group exhibition that visually invokes societal consciousness. Co-curated by Kefiloe Siwisa and Tamzin Lovell Miller, the group exhibition includes artworks by Benon Lutaaya, Helena Parsons, Mbongeni Buthelezi, Neill Wright, Neva Duncan, Neville Petersen, Pierre le Riche, Robyn Denny, Vivien Kohler and Zyma Amien.
The exhibition will open on February 8 and run until April 4. The exhibition programme will also include a curator’s walkabout, and poetry performances.
What is going on politically, socio-economically and environmentally is the expansive and bold question which will be innovatively and conceptually explored, expressed and challenged through the mind’s eye of these artists.
Established in 2009 by Tamzin Lovell Miller, The Lovell Gallery is a cutting edge, fine art gallery committed to the presentation of serious contemporary art of an international standard, in a manner that inspires understanding and appreciation.

* The Lovell Gallery is situated on 139 Albert Road, Woodstock.
Gallery Hours are Tuesdays to Fridays from 10am to 6pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.
Visit www.lovellgallery.co.za for more information.