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Art guide exhibitions 2022

Art guide: Dive into 2022 with these new exhibitions

The new year is upon us! As we venture into 2022, here’s a brief round-up of some of the exhibitions on Creative Feel’s radar. Browse through them below and let art lead you into the new year.  Cubicle at Cape Town’s Everard Read/CIRCA Gallery: 10

UJ Moving Cube online gallery Willem Boshoff

Exploring ‘The Blind Alphabet’ with MTN Foundation’s Niel Nortje

South Africa’s corporate and arts sectors have a long history of successful and mutually beneficial partnerships. Whether it’s corporate sponsorship, the managing and showcasing of art collections, or towards social and cultural investment, the relationships between artistic and corporate entities and organisations can have myriad

Aspire Art Auctions

Aspire Art Auctions in breakthrough year

Every month, the MD of Aspire Art Auctions, Ruarc Peffers, contributes a column on the business of collecting and investing in art. 2018 proved a momentous year for the South African fine art auction market, and for Aspire Art Auctions, its newest entrant, in particular.      The


The Contemporary and the Millennial

The market for contemporary art globally is growing. The traditional strength of the art market in South Africa has been in historic and modern painting and sculpture, roughly from the late 19th century through the first half of the 20th century.      Established markets


Aspire Art Auctions Sees Sustained Success In Cape Town

The latest Aspire auction in Cape Town saw strong performances in the contemporary segment and their varied and excellent sculpture offering.      Aspire Art Auctions’ latest auction, on 25 March 2018, was only the second Cape Town sale in the blossoming track record of

MTN Foundation

Remember Your Freedom

Since 1995, during the first half of every year, South Africans have celebrated some of the most important socio-political events in accomplishing the reconstruction of our nation’s history and the building of a free and democratic future.      Following Human Rights Day on the

Kim Berman

Finding Voice by Kim S. Berman

Kim Berman, the author of the fascinating and inspirational book Finding Voice, is the well-known founder and executive director of Artist Proof Studio (APS), a community-based printmaking centre in Newtown, Johannesburg, and an associate professor in the department of Visual Arts at the University of


The MTN Activism & Awareness Exhibition 2017

While the MTN SA Foundation’s core focus has been education and socio-economic upliftment of communities through ICT, they have recognised that there are other initiatives deserving of support that align with MTN’s position as a socially conscious company. Many of these projects allow the MTN

UJ Art Gallery

Shifting Conversations

As in the past, the University of Johannesburg (UJ) Art Gallery will once again be collaborating with the MTN SA Foundation in an MTN sponsored exhibition entitled Shifting Conversations from 18 October to 22 November 2017 at the UJ Gallery. To find out more, Creative

Celebrating 25 Years of The Artists Press

Celebrating 25 Years of The Artists Press

The Artists’ Press celebrates 25 years with a Limited Edition Print Pop Up Shop. In collaboration with many of South Africa’s most acclaimed artists. 25 Years of The Artists’ Press – Limited Edition Print Pop Up Shop featured prints from close to 50 artists. Including new works from

A Place in Time

A Place in Time

A Place in Time will celebrate, encourage and share with the world the highest standard of creative practice informed by and focusing attention on the exceptionally important context of South Africa as a centre of global heritage and an exciting contemporary art destination. A Place

Wits Art Museum Exhibition: When Tomorrow Comes

Wits Art Museum Exhibition: When Tomorrow Comes

Globally and nationally, publics are repeatedly confronted with narratives that suggest that environmental, social and economic catastrophe is inevitable. Prophets of doom seem to rule the public imagination. It is with this in mind that pre-eminent South African, African and European artists were invited to

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