Marlene Steyn’s work is appearing in two group shows this March 2016: ‘Break the Spell’ showing at GUS Gallery and Oude Libertas Gallery, Stellenbosch (4 – 13 March) examining whether politics and fairy tales are binary oppositions or merely different sides of the same coin, and ‘Inside Out’ at the Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK (4 March – 24 April), an exhibition where outsider art converses with the matter and method of established artistic study.
Roger Palmer’s exhibition ‘Winter Garden’ is on at The Tetley, Leeds from 22 January to 6 March 2016. In the depths of a Northern Hemisphere winter, ‘Winter Garden’ features a full-size vinyl, ink and acrylic rendering of the palm tree, Acanthophoenix crinita, transforming the gallery into a temporary botanical garden. To read more about the exhibition visit The Tetley website.
Keck will soon be embarking upon a residency with the Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, California.
You can see images of Marlene Steyn's work from her recent group exhibition 'Island III - Native' at g39, Cardiff here.
LUCY JANE TURPIN
Lucy Jane Turpin is on residency in Reykjavík, Iceland from November 2015 - January 2016 with The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM).
We are pleased to announce that a number of Ledelle Moe’s Memorial Collapse V (2006-2007) works have been acquired by the Pérez Art Museum, Miami for their permanent collection.
Blom’s work recently featured at Art Vilnius, an international contemporary art fair at the Lithuanian Exhibition Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania (25 - 28 June, 2015).
Styen has an upcoming solo show ‘Mad Love’ at the Lychee Gallery, London from 24 April – 20 May 2015. For more information please visit the Lycehee Gallery site.
Keck has been selected as one of the 30 finalists in the SA Taxi Foundation Art Award. Her work is on show at the Finalists Exhibition at the Lizamore & Associated Gallery in Johannesburg until 30 April 2015.
Moe’s work will be shown at The Winter Sculpture Fair - Nirox Sculpture Park’s highly acclaimed annual exhibition taking place from the 9 – 10 May 2015. Featuring only work of exacting quality, this year's show will boast 60 contemporary works by 40 artists, making it the largest and most ambitious sculpture exhibition in the country.
Moe will also be featured in ‘The Poetics of Relation’, a group exhibition at the Pérez Art Museum, Miami from 29 May – 18 October 2015. The show explores shifts in the sensibilities and global outlook of artists whose work engages the historical legacy of trauma caused by colonialism and migration.
Moe is also part of a group show, ‘Slow Violence’ on at the GUS Gallery, Stellenbosch until 23 May 2015.
Steyn is currently on residency at the Vermont Studio Center in the USA. Over the last 30 years, VSC has grown to become the largest international artists' and writers' residency program in the United States with the mission to provide studio residencies in an inclusive, international community, honoring creative work as the communication of spirit through form.
Palmer has been shortlisted for the 2014 New City Art Prize for the Visual Arts awarded by the MK Gallery and Milton Keynes Community Foundation. The prize highlights some of the very best examples of new, innovative and outstanding art from across the UK. The MK Gallery will be presenting an exhibition of the shortlisted artists’ work from 5 December 2014 – 4 January 2015 and the winner will be announced on 4 December 2014.
Moe will be exhibiting 'Traces' alongside Keith Dietrich's 'Fragile History, Fugitive Lives' at the old Lutheran Church in Stellenbosch. The exhibition is organise by GALLERY University Stellenbosch and runs from 10 September - 27 September 2014.
Moe presents sculptures at the ‘Winter Sculpture Fair’ at NIROX Sculpture Park from 10-11 May 2014.
For more information please visit Winter Sculpture Fair.
Clark’s documentary, ‘Behind Paradise,’ screens at the Fugard Theatre in April 2014. The controversial film covers the rise of violent crimes in the seemingly idyllic suburb of Hout Bay, South Africa.
For more information please go to the official Behind Paradise site.
Clark will present work at De Timmerfabriek Maastricht Art Fair, Netherlands with ARTCO Gallery, Germany from 3 – 6th April 2014.
For more information please visit ARTCO.
Norman has been awarded a residency at Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory (MI-LAB) in Japan at the foot of Mount Fuji, where she will receive training in traditional Mokuhanga woodcut printing from April through to May 2014.
For more information please go to Mokuhanga Innovation Laboratory.
Palmer is invited to partake in Glasgow’s 2014 Cultural Programme, ‘20 for 14’. 20 individual artists have been funded to make work inspired by the unique cultural, social, political and historical context of the Commonwealth and Glasgow’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games. Palmer will be a corresponding artist based on the tiny Pacific island of Nauru, which covers just 21 square kilometers, and is the world’s smallest republic.
Blom will present a new sculptural installation, Anti-Aircraft Girl at AVA Gallery from 15th April to 8th May 2014.
For more information please visit AVA.
Blom will show work in the group exhibition, What Lies Beneath at Equus Gallery, Cavalli Estate from 19th April 2014. For more information please go to Cavalli Estate.