On the 5th of May, 2012, Durban-based architect and artist Doung Anwar Jahangeer led a walk through the city of Johannesburg as part of the Shoe Shop project. Seen here is a sample of some of the many images he took in preparation for the walk. [fsg_gallery id=”18″]
Thought Acts: A presentation by Josh Ginsburg on Wednesday 30 May Starting at 18:30 at the VANSA offices [fsg_gallery id=”17″] Rather than the perceiving of an idea as the mere potential for a future embodiment in one material form or another, what if the idea itself was considered as the articulation, fully realized simply […]
CHR Presents: AN EVENING WITH BINYAVANGA WAINAINA DATE: Tuesday May 29, 2012 TIME: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
The Parking Gallery’s guest speaker for Wednesday the 23 May is: Raimi Gbadamosi The event starts at 18:30 Raimi Gbadamosi is an artist, writer and curator, currently based at the University of the Witwatersrand. He received his Doctorate in Fine Art from the Slade School of Fine Art. He is a member of the Interdisciplinary […]
Marie Ange Bordas, guest artist/editor for the 18th International Contemporary Art Festival SESC_Videobrasil is in Johannesburg doing research for the next edition of the and will give a quick introduction to the projects for 2013. (www.videobrasil.org.br) She will give a 10 minute presentation on Wednesday 23 May, […]
Assemblage is pleased to announce the launch of its latest initiative, the Newtown Artist Run Centre and Studios (NewARC) on Thursday 31 May 2012. The NewARC was opened by the non-profit visual arts organisation Assemblage on 1 April 2012 and is the latest addition to the ‘cultural arc’ which stretches from Constitution Hill […]
[fsg_gallery id=”16″] Exhibiting artists are: Francis Burger (ZA), Léa Lagasse (FR), Jelena Martinovic (CH), Chloe Reid (ZA) and Fabian Saptouw (ZA).
The Parking Gallery’s guest speaker for Wednesday the 16th of May is: Akiko Miki, Senior Curator at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. The event starts at 18:30 Address: VANSA Offices, Craftsman Centre, 5th floor, 289 Fox Street, City and Suburban, Johannesburg Since joining the Palais de Tokyo in 2000, Miki has curated number […]