The group exhibition Place of Gold opened at David Krut Print Workshop (DKW), Arts on Main (AOM) this Sunday, 5 October, as one of the fringe events surrounding the ABSA Joburg City Festival 2014. The Festival, which took place from 2 – 5 October, celebrated the regeneration of Johannesburg and was hosted at several venues around the city, including DKW at AOM.
Place of Gold is a multi-media exhibition featuring a selection of artworks by various artists, centred on Johannesburg as a theme – including elements of the Johannesburg landscape such as the CBD skyline, city streets, mine dumps and iconic landmarks and buildings. Works include, amongst others, Joburg Man by Dale Yudelman & Arlene Amaler-Raviv, Study for the Replication of the Earth’s Surface by Stephen Hobbs, Room 1008, John Vorster Square… by Mary Wafer, Dream Big by Senzo Shabangu, Cityscape by Patrick de Mervelec, Place of Gold by Haroon Gun-Salie, as well as works from Angela Buckland, Jason Larkin and Nathaniel Stern.
The exhibition runs until the end of October.
Study for the Replication of the Earth’s Surface – Broken White, 2011 – Stephen Hobbs
Joburg Man, 2007 – Dale Yudelman & Arlene Amaler-Raviv
Israel Mosala, Environmentalist, 2012 – Jason Larkin
Dream Big, 2014 – Senzo Shabangu