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5 Exhibitions to attend this Autumn/Winter

 5 Exhibitions to attend this Autumn/Winter

Go attend these beautiful masterpieces on exhibition this Autumn/Winter

We have put together a few of the art exhibitions we would like to attend this April and May. Art plays an important role in how we perceive the world. It teaches us to think, to read between the lines and therefore reflect on our current era.

1 Double Vision

Double Vision opens  on Sunday the 25th of April and will bid farewell on Sunday the 30th of May 2021. This will take place at Glen Carlou Vineyards, Simondium Road, Klapmuts.

This body of work sees landscape paintings that were brought to life two artistic expressions. In other words, this work is a collaboration between Beezy Bailey and Stuart Dods.

Bailey and Stuart Dods will be performing an open-air painting of the view from the Glen Carlou restaurant terrace.  The exhibition will thereafter be opened  by Frank Kilbourn, Strauss & Co Chairperson. Reservations are essential for attendance of the opening, RSVP to View here:

2 Creativity in a curious place

The 2021 Baardskeerdersbos Art Route will take place over the span of two weekends. In addition, over the course of the week, special events and workshops will open their doors to welcome people’s presence. The first weekend is the 24th of April to the 25th of April 2021. The second weekend is the weekend of 1 May to 2 May 2021. View here:

3 Against A Narrow Heart

Against A Narrow Heart is the heart of Christiaan Conradie’s solo exhibition opening on the 29th of April 2021 at 18:00. The opening ceremony will close at 20:00 on the same night. View here:

4 False Refuge

A solo exhibition by Marlise Keith / Marlise Keith works with mixed media collages, pencil drawing, ink and acrylic, as well as, small sculptures of fabric, embroidery and found objects. Attend this exhibition from the 8th of May 2021. View here:

5 Life is a stage and we are all merely players

This body of work is the heartbeat of Marié Stander’s solo exhibition taking place until 30 May 2021. View here:

Tshedza Mashamba