SMAC Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Jody Paulsen featuring his iconic felt collages, graphic works and new sculptural installations.
Until 25 March
SMAC, 1st Floor, The Palms, 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock
Tel: (021) 461 1029
Lhola Amira – Looking for Ghana & The Red Suitcase
The South African artist engaged with current issues of contention while she was on the continent, through a number of appearances and interactions. In her signature fusion of politics, economics and art, Lhola Amira developed Looking for Ghana & The Red Suitcase as the first installment of further physical investigations into assumption, contradictions and associations placed on contemporary definitions of Africa.
Until 1 April
SMAC, 1st Floor, De Wet Centre, 2 Church Street, Stellenbosch
Tel: (021) 887 3607
As his first solo show, Pushing Thirty is what Jody Paulsen describes as a ‘millenial approach to becoming an adult’. Beneath its playful veneer lies a nuanced meditation on aging that situates time as a material commodity inherent in Jody’s production.
Until 25 Mar @ 9am
SMAC Art Gallery. 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock.
Karen Cronje is a painter who lives and works in Cape Town. She holds a BA in Visual Arts (cum laude) (1997) and an MA in Visual Arts (2001) from the University of Stellenbosch. This would be his first solo exhibition for 2017.
Until 25 Mar @ 9AM
99 Loop Gallery. On Loop Street, Central Cape Town.
Bend to her will
A diverse body of work in this solo exhibition by artist Sanell Aggenbach. Aggenbach explores bio cultural alchemy, creating botanical specimens and engineered hybrid flora.
16 Mar – 23 Apr @ 9am
Whatiftheworld Gallery. 208 Albert Road, Woodstock.
International Public Art Festival
This exhibition will showcase works from 25 local and international artists. Looks forward to an art exhibition with a bit of street food, music, entertainment and food.
17 – 19 Mar @ 2pm
Dryden Street Primary School. Off Shelley Road, Salt River.