SMAC Art Gallery 02


Reggie Kray

Paul Painting
Reggie Kray, Etching ,


Carmen Sober
Pencil, Performed photograph , 594mm x 840mm


Mohau Modisakeng
iButho, Photograph from performance ,

SEE LISTING Don't Truth Me

Richard Hart
Don't Truth Me, Monoprint, watercolour, ink, pencil, charcoal , various dimensions


Michelle Silk
City Loft 1, Mixed media on board , 120cm x 120 cm


166 Bulwer Road Glenwood Durban 4001



Paul Painting and Andrew Verster at KZNSA

Andrew Verster's 'Of This and That' is showing at the KZNSA, including large scale oils on canvas, pen and ink drawings. The work explores the theme of the human body, tattooing and scarification through highly detailed and patterned works.


15 March 2011 - 09 April 2011

Carmen Sober at KZNSA

Carmen Sober's - Girl You Know It's True

22 February 2011 - 13 March 2011

Donna Kukama, Mohau Modisakeng, Kemang Wa Luhelere and Stuart Bird at KZNSA

The fifth MTN New Contemporaries Award exhibition shows at the KZNSA Gallery, Durban, in 2010. Held every two years, this prestigious competition identifies, and provides excellent opportunities for, four emerging South African artists as the new stars of the South African art world. This is an important platform to identify and showcase the elected winner to the art scene. The artists nominated by the Guest curator for 2010, Nontobeko Ntombela, are Donna Kukama, Kemang Wa Luhelere, Mohau Modisakeng and Stuart Bird.

Opening 14 September 2010 at 6pm

15 September 2010 - 09 October 2010

Richard Hart at KZNSA

Richard Hart's career as a graphic designer has been a twenty-year love affair with letterforms, words, text and language. 'Lingua Franca' takes this relationship into a gallery context and allows Hart to unhitch his craft from the imperatives of graphic design. Freed from the need to communicate to a mass audience, Hart's work engages intimately, using materials and techniques far removed from the traditional media associated with graphic design. 'Lingua Franca' uses sculpture, assemblage, drawing, painting, photography and installation to create a world of words that is by turns emotive, poignant, funny, provocative, clever, silly and absurd.

17 August 2010 - 05 September 2010

Michelle Silk at KZNSA

Michele Silk collages paper, scrap metal, plastic, tin cans, fabric and rubber into her oil, enamel and spray paintings. Further and more physical use is made of alternative tools such as scrapers, rollers and crayons. Initial investigation of waste has now grown into a mature and conceptual use of these throwaway fragments of our society. Silk notes that 'This disposable aspect is a metaphor for the attitude of modern society. The recyclable element relates to renewal – a notion that reflects my … understanding of election and transformation.'

In keeping with her interest, this new body of work examines, with striking visuals and gentle empathy, the human condition of the street children in Durban. Silk further notes that this work explores the identity of the street child as a collective, and focuses on the parallels between the street children and the pigeons that inhabit the city. The acuity of this interest is  finely honed by using materials and techniques that relate to the metropolis, on both visual and symbolic levels.

17 August 2010 - 05 September 2010