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THROUGH THEIR EYES A solo exhibition by Justice Mukheli Daville Baillie Gallery 16 Viljoen Street, Lorentzville, Johannesburg 3 March – 29 March 2018 You are invited to the launch of the exhibition on Saturday 3 March at 11am The Daville Baillie Gallery is pleased to announce its forthcoming exhibition Through their Eyes by photographer…Details
ALL IN ONE A VICTORIA YARDS SHOWCASE 27 JANUARY TO 1 MARCH 2018 DAVILLE BAILLIE GALLERY VICTORIA YARDS LORENTZVILLE, JOHANNESBURG AYANDA MABULU | BENON LUTAAYA | BLESSING NGOBENI | CRAIG SMITH | DARIO MANJATE | FREDERICK CLARKE | JAMES DELANEY | JUSTIN WELLS | You are invited to the opening of…Details
While summer brought some admirable discoveries among the crop of group shows, September spells the beginning of the fall’s strong solo season. Here, we spotlight 15 of the exhibitions that we’re most excited about, from Kara Walker’s mixed-media paintings to Trevor Paglen’s adventures in artificial-intelligence. Kara Walker at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. SEP. 7–OCT. 14…Details
An early painting by one of the greatest artists to have worked in Australia has been discovered and authenticated after being lost for 136 years. The painting by Tom Roberts had been in unknown private hands until 2013 when it was listed by Bamfords Auctioneers in the UK for an estimated £60 to £100. Since…Details
On the first Thursday of every month, explore art galleries and cultural attractions in Cape Town and Johannesburg until late.
DAVILLE BAILLIE JOINS FIRST THURSDAYS FRINGE PROGRAMME.
PRESS RELEASE ART THEFT AT DAVILLE BAILLIE GALLERY ON 31 JANUARY 2017 1 February 2017 The Daville Baillie Gallery in Norwood regrets to announce that on 31 January 2017 an armed robbery took place on its premises in which five works of art were stolen during working hours. Collectively valued at approximately R600 000, all…Details
treet artists are finding new outlets around the world for creative dissent. No art form has expressed the exuberance of feelings unleashed by Egypt’s 2011 revolution as vividly as graffiti.Details
Winning this year’s FNB Art Prize is “quite a strange moment”, said Johannesburg-based artist Nolan Oswald Dennis. Dennis’s R100,000 win was announced by the FNB Art Fair on Thursday afternoon. The fair is set to run from September 9-11 at the Sandton Convention Centre.Details