Xenoglossia – Center for Historical Reenactments

  Xenoglossia, the exhibition departs from Xenoglossia, a research project – a process initiated in 2010 by the Centre for Historical Reenactments (CHR ). The CHR research team comprising of artists, curators and writers worked for a period of more than a year at bringing forth existing historical and contemporary examples in which linguistic proximity […]

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Jo’burg DON’T/PANIC at CHR on Friday 6 July

  Jo’burg DON’T/PANIC takes the original concept of the exhibition DON’T/PANIC from Durban Art Gallery to Johannesburg. A curatorial project directed artist and curator, Gabi Ngcobo, Jo’burg DON’T/PANIC is not a restaging of the Durban version. The project rather allows for an extended platform in which some of the issues raised through the original exhibition […]

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Wed 6 June: Opening for Donna Kukama’s EXTRASPECTIVE

   The Parking Gallery’s June exhibition is EXTRASPECTIVE, a series of performances and interventions by multimedia artist Donna Kukama.                  Kukama will be taking up residence in the VANSA offices, making a daily contribution to the workplace throughout the month of June. Parallel to this occupation, she will be staging different performances and interactions in […]

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Visible at CHR

  The visible project, initiated and supported by Cittadellarte – Pistoletto Foundation and Fondazione Zegna, is pleased to announce the presentation at the CHR – Center for Historical Reenactments in Johannesburg. On the 18th of May, starting at 6:30 pm, a talk around the visible platform will take place as well as a roundtable involving […]

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Wednesday 25 April: Gabi Ngcobo

                                 The Parking Gallery’s guest speaker for Wednesday 25 April is: Gabi Ngcobo She will be giving background information to her curatorial strategy and methodology. Gabi Ngcobo is an independent curator, creative researcher and educator based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Her curatorial projects include collaborative and individual projects, which include: “DON’T PANIC” at the […]

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