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Feeling Art-sy? Check out these exhibitions this week

First Thursdays - Joburg

WAM has opened two new photographic exhibitions that engage with pertinent social issues in South Africa and around the globe. Gideon Mendel’s Drowning World and Masixole Feni’s A Drain on Our Dignity will be open for viewing.

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Artists Under the Sun - Zoo Lake

Art. Art. Art. All weekend.

Artists Under the Sun at Zoo Lake is the largest open air art exhibition of fine art

Come and join us for a day of art and atmosphere and meet the artists…bring your kids, bring your friends...see you there! Oils, watercolours, mixed media, sculptures, photography, traditional, contemporary, wildlife, landscapes, still lives and more.

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Exhibition opening 'Been Supersonic' by Justus Jager

Following his first successful solo exhibition in South Africa, in January 2016, we present Justus Jager, 'Been Supersonic'.

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Open Studio: 5 floors, 50 artists

5 floors of private art studios

50 + contemporary African artists

Emerging to established

Buy art directly from the artist

Official Opening @ 12h00 with Contemporary Performing Art work 'Road' Oscar Buthelezi & Muzi Shili Moving into Dance Company.

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Christelle Pretorius exhibition at Alice Art Gallery

Alice Art Gallery is one of the largest privately owned galleries in Africa with a good reputation locally and internationally. The gallery specialises in South African artists and represent over 100 artist with 4000 artworks.

Christelle’s art mirrors her love for nature and she often depicts proteas, aloes and other plants indigenous to the South African landscape. Her work illuminates the beauty of these strong and robust flora.

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