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OUR STORIES – group show

2020-02-24T12:37:24+02:00

To tell our stories is an offering of love, a chance to meet and connect and most of all to share. To acknowledge, honour, celebrate and bask in womxn’s month, Eclectica Contemporary hosts a womxn’s group show in our womxn-run gallery. Entangling and intertwining the complexities and simplicities of identity, environments are created and explored. Recognising power and representation, this exhibition hopes

OUR STORIES – group show2020-02-24T12:37:24+02:00

Sudan’s Phoenix People – Hussein Salim

2020-02-24T12:37:33+02:00

Sudan’s Phoenix People “For the People of Sudan, the pain of gathering what little hope remains to muster a ‘final’ attempt at overthrowing any form of oppression is regularly met with bitter disappointment. As the world grows more connected, so do they also grow more numb to the atrocities against humanity, the international community seemingly nonplussed at the plight of the

Sudan’s Phoenix People – Hussein Salim2020-02-24T12:37:33+02:00

KWAAI Vol.2: group exhibition

2020-02-24T12:38:18+02:00

KWAAI Vol.2 Despite the negative connotations that the words ‘coloured identity’ conjure, the artists exhibiting at Eclectica have chosen to celebrate this culture with the hope of creating a positive awareness of its diversity. This exhibition hopes to contribute and reinforce positivity towards change in our coloured community. We wish to highlight the rich contributions of coloured people,

KWAAI Vol.2: group exhibition2020-02-24T12:38:18+02:00

COLLECTIVE DELUSION: group exhibition

2020-02-24T12:38:24+02:00

COLLECTIVE DELUSION Artists: Ley Mboramwe Loyiso Mkize Mia Darling Theko Boshomane Amy Lindeque The winter has arrived once more. Another summer gone and the sighs of the dams, as they feel the rain once more, echo the relief felt by us all. Twenty-five years have now come and passed since the first election of democratic South Africa in 1994 and we

COLLECTIVE DELUSION: group exhibition2020-02-24T12:38:24+02:00

Kyu Sang Lee

2019-10-28T12:08:12+02:00

Kyu Sang Lee The Seventh Seal No.1 2014 Hahnemule Baryta 63 x 42 cm Kyu Sang Lee The Seventh Seal No.2 2014 Hahnemule Baryta 63 x 42 cm Kyu Sang Lee Dancing Along Alone 2017 Archival light jet 59,4 x 42cm Kyu Sang Lee Goldberg 2/5 2017 glicée

Kyu Sang Lee2019-10-28T12:08:12+02:00

Breathe | Group Exhibition

2020-02-24T12:38:43+02:00

"Breathe", a group exhibition showcasing artworks by Desrae Chimes Saacks, Nina Holmes, Natasha Barnes, Ben Coutouvidis, Mary Visser and Albert Courtse. In the midst of the rat race we live in, art is a breath of fresh air, reminding us of the the essential things in life that we often overlook. This exhibition offers its audience a space to be present. It's a space of quiet contemplation and meditation in which

Breathe | Group Exhibition2020-02-24T12:38:43+02:00

Sue Greeff | acetone veil

2020-02-24T12:38:50+02:00

Round the cliff on a sudden came the sea, And the sun looked over the Mountain’s rim: And straight was a path of gold for him, And the need of a world of men for me. ~ Parting at Morning, Robert Browning (1812–1889) Bodies are used and loved, admired and exploited, pressured and cherished. Bodies are political, imbued with power and

Sue Greeff | acetone veil2020-02-24T12:38:50+02:00

Danielle Zelna Alexander – Running Through Sand

2020-02-24T12:38:59+02:00

Danielle Zelna Alexander, Solo exhibition - Running Through Sand Running Through Sand is the debut solo Show by Danielle Zelna Alexander with Eclectica Contemporary. It is a body of work layered both physically and metaphorically. It is a wondering through identity - what is seen, what is assumed, what is fixed and what needs fixing. Duality and double meaning ring through the

Danielle Zelna Alexander – Running Through Sand2020-02-24T12:38:59+02:00

ICTAF 2019

2020-02-24T12:39:12+02:00

BOOTH A17 Ley Mboramwe Ley Mboramwe hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo. He completed his degree in Fine Art at the ‘Academie des Beaux’ in Kinshasa (the centre of Africa). His life experience in the Congo, its suffering, beauty, politics, culture and economic circumstances is evident in his work. Through his work he has tried to

ICTAF 20192020-02-24T12:39:12+02:00

Ley Mboramwe

2020-02-24T12:39:30+02:00

Ley Mboramwe Ley Mboramwe hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo. He completed his degree in Fine Art at the ‘Academie des Beaux’ in Kinshasa (the centre of Africa). His life experience in the Congo, its suffering, beauty, politics, culture and economic circumstances is evident in his work. Through his work he has tried to convey rhythm, emotion and freedom of the human

Ley Mboramwe2020-02-24T12:39:30+02:00
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