art on paper will be a new kind of art fair – a focused fair offering a medium as a conversational catalyst.
Africa Centre’s intention is to use Pan-African cultural practice as a tool to: manifest what otherwise would only sit in our imaginations; release new ideas and make them freely accessible to receptive audiences; and ensure that people living on this soil can define for themselves what is possible and what their reality looks like.
The exhibition is thematic, based on historical research of European artists who resisted oppressive artistic movements and covertly expressed their individual observations in their work.
Through this installation, Farid Rasulov questions the notion of white cube so dear to contemporary art and transforms, by repeating the same lines and curves, its stripped austerity.
Infecting The City (ITC) is a vibrant, multi-disciplinary public arts festival that has taken place in the communal spaces of the City of Cape Town since 2008.
His art is rooted – in our opinion – in the pure principles of painting, where he develops on a handful of themes, such as portraiture and, in parallel, landscape.
This exhibition revolves around a topic which anyone can relate to because of individual common experience of family realities, images, languages, settings; either because of the presence or absence of such ties in our own lives.
The third edition of Land Art Mongolia / LAM 360°, taking place in August 2014 in the Orkhon Valley nature reserve, will be guided by the theme ‘men & animal’.
Considered as the most original and most inventive artist of the young Chinese art scene in the wake of the previous generation with Cai Guo Qiang and Zhang Huan, Xu Zhen has gathered round him some twenty associates who have voluntarily opted to remain anonymous for the benefit of the group.
Echo marks a significant technical and formal development in Boulos’ practice from his previous documentary-style video works, which represented revolutionary militancy and religious ecstasy.