JAG SNAG: End of Exhibition – Stephen Hobbs

  Opening address by Christopher Till Sunday 16 March at 4pm / Closing 27 July 2014 Following three years of research and discussion, with Chief Curator, Antoinette Murdoch, into the historical and physical properties of the Johannesburg Art Gallery, Stephen Hobbs will present a series of small, medium and large scale architectonic responses to the Meyer/Pienaar Gallery-extension. […]

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Senzo Shabangu – Transference – Exhibtion opening at JAG, 26 February 2012

Transference features the work of Senzo Shabangu and Vumelani Sibeko. Transference explores new artistic interpretation of the cosmopolitan trade of trolley pushers that has become a new phenomenon of business in the inner city of Johannesburg. Using the medium of printmaking, painting and a sculptural installation, their work connects in conversation about the dynamics of […]

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New Prints by Senzo Shabangu

Senzo Shabangu starts off 2012 with fresh lino plates that he carved during the December break, in his home town in Mpumalanga. He is currently back at the Jan Smuts workshop proofing these images in preparation for his much anticipated show at Johannesburg Art Gallery in February. The exhibition, titled Transference: Jozi Trolley Drivers, will […]

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Stephen Hobbs: JAG SNAG

Stephen Hobbs has chosen to embark on a five year project which aims to revise, deconstruct and re-imagine the architectonic and spatial characteristics of the Johannesburg Art Gallery (JAG). This is a specific trajectory that makes use of artworks, installations, video and a series of symposiums and workshops to address issues surrounding the well-being of […]

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