Haroon Gunn-Salie- History of Apartheid
History after apartheid is the first solo exhibition by Haroon Gunn-Salie at Goodman Gallery Johannesburg. The exhibition presents new work in the form of a major interactive installation titled History after apartheid.
22 Aug – 19 Sept @ 9:30am (Tue-Fri)
Goodman Gallery. 163 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-788-1113
The Capture – Florine Demosthene
The exhibition aims to recreate society’s views on the black female body. Demosthenes artworls are provocative and enticing.
Until 4 Sept @ 6pm
Gallery Momo. 52 7th Avenue, Parktown North. (Tel) 011-327-3247
Wim Botha was born in Pretoria in 1974, graduated from the University of Pretoria with a BA (Visual Art) in 1996, and lives in Cape Town. He has received a number of prestigious awards, including the Helgaard Steyn Prize for sculpture (2013).
Until 11 Sept
Stevenson, Johannesburg. 62 Juta Street, Braamfontein. (Tel) 011-326-0034
This is Alinka Echeverria’s first solo exhibition on the African Continent. Her photographics works develop from South Mexico, South Sudan and South Africa.
Until 25 Oct @ 2pm
Johannesburg Art Gallery. Cnr Klein and King George Streets, Joubert Park, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-725-3130
This is Jenny’s first solo exhibition featuring works that tell a story about choice and the relationships people have with each other.
Until 31 Aug @ 10am
Lizamore & Associates. 155 Jan Smuts Avenue, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-880-8802
Women in Resistance
This body of work is by French Photographer Pierre-Yves Ginet. His work shows women in resistance as well as the sacrifice and struggles they face in society.
Until 24 Aug @ 10am
Alliance Francaise of Johannesburg. 17 Lower Park Drive, Parkview. (Tel) 011-646-1169
Kirsty May Hall will exhibit some of her work at ‘In Toto Gallery’ featuring paintings of birds.
Until 24 Aug @ 10am
In Toto Gallery. 6 Birdhaven Centre, 66 St Andrew Street, Birdhaven. (Tel) 011-447-6543
J.H Pierneef: A Space for Landscape
Featuring a variety of paintings and prints that show space and landscape. The body of work also features pieces that were created in response to some of Pierneef’s work.
Until 12 Sept @ 10am
Standard Bank Art Gallery. Cnr Simmonds and Frederick Streets, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-631-4467
Stephen Hobbs: Permanent Culture
Permanent Culture at 1800 Metres reveals how material developed in Cape Town relates back to and informs work done in the urban context.
13 Aug – 13 Sept @ 9am – 5pm (Tue – Fri)
142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-447-0627