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Un_Learn, my soul


Asanda Kupa: Solo Exhibition 06/10/2016 - 05/11/2016 Asanda Kupa is a rising talent among South African painters. He was born in Molteno, in the Eastern Cape and has always been drawn to the illustrative arts. His expressive mark making and abstraction of the human form creates a vivid and moving body of work that seems to explore change, progression and

Un_Learn, my soul2020-08-06T14:44:31+02:00

IOL News- Eclectica Contemporary


The Eclectica Contemporary Gallery Opening was featured in the IOL news. Click on the image to link to IOL or view the article below. ELLIOT JAMES New art gallery Eclectica Contemporary opened its doors for a grand opening during this month’s First Thursdays event, on Thursday July 7. According to information released to the media, Eclectica Contemporary “aims to present

IOL News- Eclectica Contemporary2016-10-17T10:16:18+02:00

HEART – Independant Home Decor


Charting Exhibition artists answer a range of questions such as "Why art matters?" and "How to buy art on a budget?" in a double page spread which appeared on Saturday the 9th of July in the Weekend Argus and the Saturday Star's Independent HOME's decor pages. Click on the images to enlarge.

HEART – Independant Home Decor2016-10-17T10:16:18+02:00

Silent Auction 2016


2016 Silent Auction 03/08/2016 – 04/08/2016 Here's what you missed out on! Photographer: Alex Oelofse 2016 Silent Auction 03/08/2016 – 04/08/2016 Bid Or Buy From Michaelis Students, Emerging & Established Local Artists & Collectors

Silent Auction 20162020-08-06T14:44:52+02:00



Eight contemporary painters will explore new directions, techniques and ideas in their medium, responding to local and global issues that have emerged in the wake of decolonization, the end of institutionalized Apartheid and the challenges and opportunities of a globalized world. The title ‘Charting’ implies a journey and making one’s way in territories that are being explored as well as the idea of concepts, artists and themes that are on the rise and coming to the fore. This, the first exhibition in a new gallery and exhibition space, has been guest curated by Andrew Lamprecht, Cape Town-based lecturer and writer.



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