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Isambulo (Revelations)

The Henry George Gallery presents a first-in-Johannesburg showing of work by the “Amasosha” Art Movement. - A dynamic collective of 17 artists from Durban and surrounds that began in 2015.
"Amasosha" from isiZulu, is derived from the English word, 'soldiers”.  As - not only is the aim for these artists to boost each other’s skills - but also, to evoke qualities found in soldiers: self-reliance; hard work; bravery; unity and front-line combat (amongst others). As well as the sense of being on a mission.
This degree of focus is now paying off as the movement’s thriving with support and buy-in from various individuals and entities. And has as its base, the Ikomkhulu Art Space in Durban, which hosts exhibitions, film screenings and performances every Friday.

Participating: Mthobisi Maphumulo, Andile Maphumulo, Thalente Khomo, Mondli Mbhele, Nhlanhla Chonco and Nhlakanipho Mkhize


Address: 45 6th Street, Parkhurst Parkhurst
Tel: +27 11 880 2698 || Cell: 0798879512
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 09:30 - 15:30. Saturdays 09:00 -13:00.


The Cat Show

Participating: Roger Ballen, Lynda Ballen, Natasha Brown, Katherine Bull, Fanie Buys, Elize de Beer, Lucie de Moyencourt, Bevan de Wet, Kaelik Dullart, Brett Eloff, Dan Feinberg, Richard Forbes, Heidi Fourie, Gordon Froud, Ivy Grobler, Sarah Hunkin, Mandie Immelman, Elrie Joubert, Roxy Kaczmarek, Andrew Kayser, William Kentridge, Banele Khoza, Britt Lawton, Kim-Lee Loggenberg, Maja Maljevic, Rhett Martyn, Colbert Mashile, Wayne Matthews, Bronwyn Millar, Martin Motha, Noma Ngwenya, Alison Shaw, Hannah Shone, Nathaniel Sheppard, Jonathan Silverman, Johan Louw Stegmann, Richardt Strydom, Nina Torr, Gabrielle Van Der Merwe, Lanita van Niekerk, Anja Venter, Diane Victor, Mary Wafer, Peter Wernberg, Zhi Zulu

Opening: Saturday 1 December 2018 at 11:00 - 14:00

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