SPACE STATION ALL-STARS @Ithuba Arts Funds

SPACE STATION ALL-STARS is the second exhibition in a two-part series of solo exhibitions by artists Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum and Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi. Both artists use the Ithuba Arts Gallery to explore a multi-faceted understanding of ‘space’: physical space, architectural space, political space, outer space, mythological space – and what it means for such spaces […]

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Wednesday 26 June, Discussion with Amanda de la Garza, Helena Chavez Mac Gregor and Andres Jurado

Wednesday 26 June at the Parking Gallery: A Discussion with Amanda de la Garza, Helena Chavez Mac Gregor and Andres Jurado This Wednesday, curators Amanda de la Garza and Helena Chavez Mac Gregor will be holding a conversation with Columbian artist Andres Jurado regarding contemporary art practice in Latin America. Mac Gregor and de la […]

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Post-Oil City – The History of the City’s Future

At a time when more than half of the world’s population is living in cities, the effects of climate change on urban life can no longer be ignored. The exhibition Post-Oil City: The History of the City’s Future, as well as the accompanying catalogue edited by ARCH+, present innovative projects in Asia, Africa, and America […]

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Wednesday 19 June, Delirium and ghostly sovereignty @the Parking Gallery

Weds 19 & 26 June: Delirium and ghostly sovereignty curated by Helena Chávez Mac Gregor with artists: Mariana Botey, Fernando Palma, Enrique Mendez de Hoyos and Ximena Labra at the Parking Gallery.   Still from the film The Passage of a Few, Mariana Botey, 2002. (Hail to the Clandestine Revolutionary Forces). In 1966 Lacan visited Mexico. He spoke[1] of the existence of a past in its […]

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Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism (JWTC) Workshop 23.06.2013 – 02.07.2013 Various Locations in Johannesburg

The 2013 session of the Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism (JWTC) will take place at Wits University and other venues in Johannesburg from June 23 to July 2, 2013 under the theme: The Life of Forms.  Public events include panels, exhibitions, round tables, film projections (with Trinh Minh-ha), book launches, as well as lectures by William Kentridge, […]

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Scratching the Soil. A solo exhibition by Eduardo Cachucho

Scratching the Soil is a new solo exhibition by Eduardo Cachucho.The project examines the creation and propagation of education models and law systems imposed by the British Empire over its colonies, by presenting a series of imagined root causes & results that institutionalised these structures almost two centuries ago. As a precursor to the exhibition […]

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The Life of Forms: Project Space

    The GoetheonMain project space becomes a satellite venue for hosting exhibitions, stagings and interventions related to JWTC, conceptualised by Zen Marie. Participants of the workshop are invited to extend their theoretical work space, through visual, audial, performed and spatial dimensions. The project space becomes a platform for theoretical/aesthetic model building, a laboratory for […]

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