Wake Up, We’re Still Dreaming

2023-11-02T10:35:45+02:00

William Chechet - Wake Up, We're Still Dreaming William Chechet is a visual artist based in Nigeria. The artist was born in Kano, but was raised in Kaduna, Northern Nigeria, where he draws a lot of inspiration from in his artistic practice. Chechet has received a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Chechet strongly believes that

Wake Up, We’re Still Dreaming2023-11-02T10:35:45+02:00

The Night Recital – A Solo Presentation by Tshepiso Moropa

2023-10-13T13:33:26+02:00

The Night Recital A Solo presentation by Tshepiso Moropa Tshepiso Moropa is a visual artist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the crux of Moropa’s artwork is the interrogation of Blackness and its disproportionate representation in history and art. The artist works primarily in photography, digital collage and video as a means of re-membering and reimagining nuanced notions of Blackness. This is pertinent

The Night Recital – A Solo Presentation by Tshepiso Moropa2023-10-13T13:33:26+02:00

Incantations

2023-09-06T11:48:01+02:00

This exhibition showcases female and non-binary artists that engage Incantations as a methodology in their various practices to create and formulate their own bodies of work.

Incantations2023-09-06T11:48:01+02:00

Ke Namile

2020-11-05T15:12:22+02:00

Ke Namile As part of our Womxn's Month program, Eclectica Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of Ke Namile, a group show curated by one of our invited collaborators, LegakwanaLeo Makgekgenene. They have brought together 7 artists which include: Malwande Mthethwa, Shana-Lee Ziervogel, Elijah Ndoumbé, Lamb of Lemila, Ranji Mangcu and Rona to present a show which confronts gender binarism and

Ke Namile2020-11-05T15:12:22+02:00

Counter Current – group exhibition

2020-08-06T14:34:13+02:00

Understood in scientific arenas, the concept ‘countercurrent’ refers to an exchange common in nature but mimicked as a mechanism in industry and engineering, describing the oppositional flow of two different properties, creating a crossover. Concurrently, to work within a counter current is to embrace and integrate difference and flexibility. As such, Counter Current is informed by an understanding of adjustment, amalgamation,

Counter Current – group exhibition2020-08-06T14:34:13+02:00

OUR STORIES – group show

2020-08-06T14:34:58+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 show2020-08-06T14:34:58+02:00

Kyu Sang Lee

2020-08-06T14:35:44+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 Lee2020-08-06T14:35:44+02:00

KWAAI: group exhibition

2020-08-06T14:38:12+02:00

KWAAI An Exhibition on Coloured Identity “Contrary to what Shakespeare's Juliet famously opined —‘What's in a name? That which we call a rose/ By any other name would smell as sweet’ — I believe that names and labels do matter, especially when it comes to the politics of identity and how we perceive (or, perhaps

KWAAI: group exhibition2020-08-06T14:38:12+02:00

Stop stop click: group exhibition

2020-08-06T14:41:45+02:00

Stop stop click A key question hitting the art world and specifically contemporary photographers is the question of the future of the image. To stop, to pause, to click manifests in everyday life across so many platforms and interactions. To take seriously the art of photography, does this mean a forfeiting of chance? Of the momentary and immediate? Or does it simply mean

Stop stop click: group exhibition2020-08-06T14:41:45+02:00

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