ARTGO: Creativity in a curious place, A New Breed, Double Vision

ARTGO: Creativity in a curious place, A New Breed, Double Vision
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ARTGO Inspiring Autumn highlights

The rare and expensive: Inside a fine art auction at Strauss & Co HERE
Discovering New Breed Art 
The New Breed Art Competition invites new and emerging Free State-based artists to enter and take a step towards being discovered as a new breed of artist. Competition entries for the 2021 New Breed Art Competition opens on 13 September 2021 and closes on 19 September 2021. HERE
35th Edition of Absa L'Atelier challenges young African artists to 'Act their Art'
Proudly African bank Absa, in partnership with the South African National Association for the Visual Arts (SANAVA), officially opened applications for the 2021 Absa L'Atelier art competition and invite young artists from across the continent to enter. HERE
The Endangered Wildlife Trust Contemporary 21
Local artists are invited to submit works that speak to the EWT's vision of a healthy planet and an equitable world that values and sustains the diversity of all life for an exhibition entitled The EWT Contemporary 21. The exhibition will be held at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) in Illovo, Johannesburg, from Saturday 4 September – Sunday 12 September 2021. HERE
Portrait Award 2021 - Call for entries HERE
Portrait Workshops Hosted by Dennis Woest.
Dates: Apr 23-25, May 28-30
Rust-En-Vrede Gallery Durbanville.
RSVP lynne.law20@gmail.com
mailto: lynne.law20@gmail.com
Exhibitions
GALLERY @ GLEN CARLOU
Double Vision - A Collaboration of Landscape Paintings, Painted in Open Air by Beezy Bailey and Stuart Dods. Opening ceremony: Sunday 25 April starting at the Gallery at Glen Carlou. Location: Glen Carlou Vineyards, Simondium Road, Klapmuts. Beezy Bailey and Stuart Dods will be performing an open-air painting of the view from the Glen Carlou restaurant terrace, whereafter the exhibition will be opened  by Frank Kilbourn, Strauss & Co Chairperson. Reservations are essential for attendance of the opening, RSVP to gallery@glencarlou.co.za / 25 April – 30 May 2021 HERE
Baardskeerdersbos Art Route
Creativity in a curious place - The 2021 Baardskeerdersbos Art Route is taking on a new format. It spans two weekends. During the week in the middle all sorts of special events and workshops are taking place / Sat 24 - Sun 25 April / Sat 1 May - Sun 2 May HERE
131 A Gallery CT
Against A Narrow Heart - Christiaan Conradie solo exhibition / Opening 29 April 6pm-8pm HERE
Gallery2 JHB
False Refuge - A solo exhibition by Marlise Keith / Marlise Keith works with mixed media collages, pencil drawing, ink and acrylic, as well as, small sculptures of fabric, embroidery and found objects./ Until 08 May HERE
Manzart Franschhoek
Life is a stage and we are all merely players
 - Marié Stander solo exhibition / Until 30 May HERE
Rust En Vrede 
Trifecta - Antoinette du Plessis, Sarel Pretorius, Shenaz Mahomed / Sailors and Sirens group exhibition curated by Donavan Mynhardt / Urban Art - group exhibition curated by Hamlin Jansen van Vuuren / All 3 exhibitions run from 20 April - 19 May HERE
NWU Botanical Gardens Gallery
#5womenartists - The Art of Clay
Curated by Amohelang Mohajane / #5WOMENARTISTS is an online campaign launched by the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NY) in 2016. The campaign calls attention to the fact that women have not been treated equally in the art world, and remain unrepresented and undervalued in museums, galleries, and auction houses./ Until 11 May HERE
NWU Gallery
Morapedi, One who prays - Lerato Lodi solo exhibition
Curated by Amohelang Mohajane / In her first solo exhibition, Lodi takes us along the start of a journey that investigates her curiosity of the intricacies of dual spiritual practices prevalent in "Sebaka sa Badimo" (a shrine or a sacred ritual site that is fundamental in traditional African spiritual practice), and the church as a space of worship an important setting for Christianity./ Until 11 May HERE
Art.b Gallery
Solo exhibitions by established artists Julia van Schalkwyk and David Liknaitzky / Until  08 May 2021 HERE
Cape Gallery CT 
Return - Bowen Boshier and Peter Van StratenUntil 30 April HERE
Cape Palette Art Gallery George
PECULIAR - A Group exhibition - Alex Hamilton, Ann Pretorius, Carol Eady, Carl Roberts, Chloe Obermeyer, Doris Brand, Estelle Marais, Fiona Rowett, Grace Kotze, Guy Thesen, Ian Tainton, Ig Terblanche, Julia Beeton- Kuhlmann, Leanette Botha, Lisl Barry,  Madelein Marincowitz, Marinda Combrinck, Marinda du Toit, Mien Greyling, Sean Eady, Willie Schlechter / Until  30 April HERE
St. Lorient - The Viewing Room Art Gallery PTA
The Threads That Bind Us  - Fibre Art Group Exhibition / Until 01 May Here
SA Auction / Action
Stephan Welz & Co.
Shimansky Autumn Auction 
28th Apr 2021 from 6pm
Rosebank, Johannesburg
View catalogue
Russell Kaplan Auctioneers
May Wunderkammer Auction will be taking place mid-May 2021 
Consignments are open until 16th April 2021

Image caption: DAVID GOLDBLATT (SOUTH AFRICA, 1930 - 2018) 'JEWISH CEMETERY' SOLD R30,000
Strauss & Co
UPCOMING ONLINE-ONLY AUCTION
African Lion: John Muafangejo Works from The Orde Levinson Collection
8:00am Monday, 26 Apr 2021 → 8:00pm Monday, 3 May 2021

UPCOMING LIVE VIRTUAL AUCTION
Single-Owner Private Collection of Fine Wines from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Alsace and Champagne
11:00am Sunday, 16 May 2021
Johannesburg

UPCOMING LIVE VIRTUAL AUCTION
Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art
2:00pm Monday, 17 May 2021 → Tuesday, 18 May 2021
Johannesburg
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