FNB Joburg Art Fair related press:
Highlights from the FNB Joburg Art Fair, between10and5, 25 August 2014
The FNB Joburg Art Fair, Handsome Things, 22 August 2014
Annual Joburg Art Fair enjoys successful opening night, The Citizen, 23 August 2014
Sanell Aggenbach, Tom Cullberg and Khanyisile Mbongwa are all included on TWENTY: Contemporary Art from South Africa, a group exhibition showing at the Turchin Centre for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University from 11 July 2014 to 7 February 2015. Click here for more information.
Mohau Modisakeng will be performing a new work Ukukhumula (“unclothing”) as part of the Gordon Institute for the Performing and Creative Arts (GIPCA)’s 2nd Live Art Festival. The title refers to the final stage of the cleansing ceremony performed at the end of an extended period of mourning. The performance, featuring 13 performers, will be installed in the Mayor’s Chambers in the City Hall and take place on the 2nd and 3rd of September. Click here for more information. Modisakeng’s video Inzilo has been selected to be exhibited at El Silencio in Paris after it was shown at the Loop Art Fair. The event will take place on September 16. El Silencio is a club designed by David Lynch that includes a restaurant, a bar, a concert hall, an art library and a private screening room.
MOHAU MODISAKENG Ditaola related press:
Feathers unfurl, steel surrounds, Mail & Guardian, 4 July 2014
Throwing the Bones, Cape Times, 4 July 2014
Amie Soudien reviews Ditaola by Mohau Modisakeng at Brundyn, Artthrob, June 2014
A moment with Artist Modisakeng, nich: luxury Africa, June 2014
Rol van geweld en ras in Afrika bekyk, Die Burger, 24 May 2014
South African Art Times, June 2014
Art South Africa, Vol 12 Iss 04, June 2014
commute with intuitive instinct related press:
A Conversation in a Gallery, Artthrob reviews, June 2014
‘commute to a world of space’, Cape Times, 7 May 2014
‘Review: commute with intuitive instinct’, Art South Africa, 24 April 2014
‘Art on the TV’, Mahala, 24 April 2014
‘Global Art Exhibitions’, Another Africa, 5 May 2014
Liza Grobler‘s exhibition Blindfolded Line, Dancing Through Time is travelling to the Johannesburg Art Gallery; 24 August 2014 - end October. Her Diary of a Nanosatellite has been included as part of Forever Now, an exciting curatorial project that “responds to our cultural obsession with immortalising ourselves. In the footsteps of the Golden Records sent into space in 1977 on the Voyager space probe, curators Willoh S. Weiland, Brian Ritchie, Jeff Khan and Thea Baumann, will work with the international community to research, curate and create a contemporary golden record.” Click here for more information on the project.