Joburg -Art Guide 24Sept

Fragments of Time – Sue Martin

Get an opportunity to view Sue Martins latest body of work which includes Prints, Photography and Paintings.

Until 30 Sept @ 9am

Halifax Art. Shop 35 on 4th Avenue, Parkhurst, Johannesburg. (Tel) 082-784-6695


Stilled Lives

Karin Preller will be showcasing her latest body of work this September in a solo exhibition.

Until 3 Oct @ 10am

Lizamore and Associates. 155 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg. (Tel) 011-880-8802


Existential – Mack Magagane

Magagane’s exhibition will feature existing pieces as well as work from his new project titled ‘Chapter 4’.

Until 31 Oct @ 11am

Room Gallery. 23 Voorhout Street, New Doornfontein., Troyeville . (Tel) 011-074-4944


Neels Coetzee – Crucible

Coetzee has passed away in 2013 but his work still resonates in the art world. His wife is curating this exhibition in which she showcases his sculptures.

Until 26 Sept @ 6pm

Circa on Jellicoe Gallery. 2 Jellicoe Road, Rosebank. (Tel) 011-788-4805



Batha strives to achieve balance of form in his work, allowing his pieces to speak for themselves; the viewer is encouraged to focus not on the subject matter, but rather the brushstrokes that evoke the tradition of Expressionist painting.

Until 28 Sept @ 9am

In Toto Gallery. 6 Birdhaven Centre, 66 St. Andrew Street, Birdhaven. (Tel) 011-447-6543


Close – Perspective

Lionel Smit is a popular South African artist with success both locally and internationally. Get to see some of his latest paintings and Bronzes.

Until 30 Sept @ 9am

Everard Read. 6 Jellicoe Avenue, Rosebank. (Tel) 011-788-4805


Alinka Echeverria

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