Events

Folly, Frailty and Fear Diane Victor

Diane Victor

Well-known South African artist and print maker, Diane Victor, is known for her satirical and social commentary of contemporary South African politics. Folly, Frailty and Fear will feature drawings in various media.

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Engineering the New Jerusalem III - The Digital City Lwandiso Njara

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Lwandiso Njara kicks off 2021 at the UJ Art Gallery

It is with great anticipation that UJ Arts & Culture, a division of the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture (FADA) proudly kicks off the UJ Art Gallery’s 2021 programme with Lwandiso Njara’s solo exhibition, Engineering the New Jerusalem III - The Digital City.

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Primordial Pauline Gutter

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Gutter, known for her monumental works addressing issues of power and land through the analogy of the unstable situation in the agricultural sector, now focuses on universal themes of negligence, decay, and conflict between the use of machines and the land. Through these convoluted cycles, nature still prevails.

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Right of Admission Retrospective Alberta Whittle and Farieda Nazier

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Farieda Nazier and Alberta Whittle have worked collaboratively on the research project, Right of Admission (RoA)since 2014. This retrospective resonates with the ongoing nature of this body of research that takes shape in the form of performance, intervention and archive.

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Substance of Shadows Paul Emmanuel

Paul Emmanuel

Paul Emmanuel, best known for employing various media to reveal layered visions concerned with his identity living in post-apartheid South Africa, will create a new body of work including videos, drawings and installations.

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Blind Alphabet, Letter B ::  Babery to Bigeminate Willem Boshoff

Willem Boshoff

An exhibition of forty artworks from Willem Boshoff’s Blind Alphabet, Letter B: Babery to Bigeminate . The works by the ten finalists of the Emerging Artist Development Programme, created in reaction to Boshoff’s work, will also be on display. An exciting new curatorial programme for 2022, derived from the successful partnership between the UJ Art Gallery and the MTN SA Foundation will be announced.

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