Mohau Modisakeng has been included in the inaugural Biennale International d’Art Contemporain(BIAC) in Fort-de-France, Martinique. For more information about BIAC, please click here. You can follow the progress of the biennale on Twitter.
Khanyisile Mbongwa’s video work Fragmented (2009) will be screened as part of the CologneOFF 2013 video art festival in Peru. For more information about CologneOFF 2013, please click here.Fragmented can be viewed online here
Mohau Modisakeng’s public sculpture Ihawu has been unveiled as part of the MOCAA Pavilion at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. The work was commissioned by Zeitz for the pavilion.
Liza Grobler in association with CPUT Space Programme will lead a procession in Khayelitsha to commemorate the launching of the first Nanosatellite ZACUBE-1 this week. The procession will take place on Saturday 30 November 2013 @ 12pm. Meet at Buyel’Embo, Makhaya 8 Alfred Nzo Street, Mandela Park, Khayelitsha. Transport is available from the Grand Parade (opposite the City Hall) hourly between 11:00 and 16:00 (R40 return). To learn more about ZACUBE-1 click here.
Mohau Modisakeng will be a visiting artist at the San Francisco Art Institute in November where, along with Nandipha Mntambo, he will be conducting a presentation about his practice. For more information,please click here. He will also be featured on “Am I not a Man and a Brother? Am I not a Woman and a Sister” at the James Harris Gallery in Seattle; 17 October - 27 November 2013. Click here for more information.
Chad Rossouw’s The Cleansing has been included as part of ‘Pop Goes the Revolution’, a group exhibition Curated by Kirsty Cockerill from the private collection of Piet Viljoen at the New Church Gallery. The exhibition runs from 10 October 2013 - 1 April 2014. For more information please click here.
Liza Grobler, Matthew Hindley and Chad Rossouw have been included alongside some of South Africa’s finest artists and designers in The Shining Girls- Charity Art Event on Friday, 6 September at the Cape Town School of Photography. All works sell for R1000 with all proceeds going to Rape Crisis. The exhibition runs until 13 September. For more information,please click here
Sanell Aggenbach’s The Secret Life of a Mathematician (2013) was selected as one of the top 40 shortlisted entries for the inaugural SPI National Portrait Award. The top 40 works were selected from 1 783 entries for the competition and will be on exhibition at Rust-en-Vrede, Cape Town until 8 October. Thereafter the exhibition will tour to the University of Johannesburg Art Gallery, Stephan Welz & Co at the Alphen Estate in Constantia,and the KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts.