Symposium 21.02.2013, 8H30 – 19H00 Goethe-Institut, 119 Jan Smuts Ave, Johannesburg The Goethe-Institut and the African Centre for Cities (ACC) will host a one-day symposium to explore issues relating to public space and the public sphere with public art a focal point and catalyst for discussion. The event is closely connected to New Imaginaries, a trilogy […]
17.01.2013 – 10.02.2013, Opening 17.01.2013, 18H30 GoetheonMain, 245 Main Street, Maboneng Precinct Interface2012 is a long term project which engaged the challenges of urbanisation through creative interventions in Durban. The installation at GoetheOnMain will present this project in 2013 and take it one step further. During the project, five artists equipped with iPhones embarked in […]
Wed 5th December: Book Launch of 2010 Reasons to Live in a Small Town, with guest speaker Bettina Malcolmess Time: 6h30pm Date: 5 December 2012 Venue: King Kong Building, 1st floor, 6 Verwey Street, New Doornfontein, Johannesburg. The 2010 Reasons project spanned 11 small towns across South Africa, resulted in 15 permanent public artworks, 26 […]
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″]
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 […]
Goethe-Institut presents the Shoe Shop festival As the start of the Goethe-Institut’s New Imaginaries, a series of festivals investigating into public space in Johannesburg by artistic means, Shoe Shop kicks off soon. On 2 May from 16:00, the Shoe Shop Project Space will open its doors for the duration of one month at 6 […]
[fsg_gallery id=”1″] Documentation of exhibitions by Dorothee Kreutzfeldt, Ismail Farouk and Doung Anwar Jahangeer.