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Absa art gallery L'Atelier exhibition TRIPE

Absa L’Atelier winners present TRIPE

An ethereal, rubber environment with threads and tendrils has entered the Absa building. This otherworldly, sensory circumstance, which perhaps in one moment is a kelp forest of seaweed and anemones,

Absa Bag Factory tete-a-tete exhibition art

tête-à-tête

tête-à-tête positions the exhibition as the culmination of a series of intimate conversations, or back-and-forth exchanges that take place during the process of thinking about, making and showing art. From

A Letter To My 22-Year-Old Self Absa

A Letter To My 22-Year-Old Self

Through an eye-opening new exhibition at the Absa Gallery from 11 November 2018 to 25 January 2019, Banele Khoza shines the light on the difficulties experienced by young creatives trying

Performances of memory Onyis Martin

Performances of Memory

Onyis Martin, who won a merit award at the 2016 L’Atelier, will be showing his latest solo show Performances of Memory at the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg from 7 August

Absa Art Gallery

Absa Art Gallery

About: Banking is not something you usually associate with art – yet, as you walk into the Absa Towers North building in the Johannesburg CBD, you are struck by the

Encore

Encore: Thabo Seshoka

     Thabo Seshoka is the recently appointed Assistant Art Curator for Absa. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Absa Gallery, while concurrently curating one of the

L'Atelier

Of Mothers and Others

Kenyan artist, Maral Bolouri, has been announced as the overall winner of the prestigious Absa L’Atelier 2017. Born in 1982, Maral Bolouri has a BA (Fine Arts) from Tehran University

Ruann Coleman

RE-collecting and RE-membering

Ruann Coleman’s recent solo exhibition Certain Lengths at SMAC Gallery attracted great interest and confirmed once again his status as one of South Africa’s most promising artists. After last year’s

Editor's Note

Women in the Arts

Lore Watterson is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of Creative Feel Magazine South African women are celebrated during August and without even trying to publish a ‘women’ issue, Creative Feel did just that;

Natalie Moore

Sandman

Following three months at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris as part of her 2015 Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award, Natalie Moore will be exhibiting Sandman at the Absa Gallery in

Absa

Between a Life and its Dream

An inside look into life in the ghettos of Ghana and a glimpse at the themes that typify these places, is what visitors to the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg can

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