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Tamlin Blake
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'Altered Yarns'

Tamlin Blake at Spier Wine Estate

Tamlin Blake is known for her ongoing pursuit to annul the boundaries between illustration, craft and art. Her latest body of work, 'Altered Yarns' presents a series of tapestries woven from recycled, handspun newspaper. While Blake's tapestry artworks form part of the Spier Collection, a series of drawings, limited edition prints and beadworks will also be on show.

08 March - 31 May



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    OPEN DESIGN Cape Town 2014

    Various Participants

    at Various venues around Cape Town

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  • 'Assume Relaxed Position'

    'Assume Relaxed Position'

    Marc Pradervand

    at Erdmann Contemporary

    Photographer turned painter, Marc Pradervand has lived in the Eastern Cape his whole life; it is where he was born, schooled, studied and now lives and works. It is therefore not surprising that he acknowledges three artists as his main influence and

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  • ‘Show ‘n Tell’

    ‘Show ‘n Tell’

    Mikhael Subotzky

    at Goodman Gallery

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  • 'No Fixed Abode'

    'No Fixed Abode'

    Various Artists

    at The New Church

    It is all very well to go travelling, but one of the inescapable consequences of letting go or getting lost is that you can never really go home as the same 'someone' that you were before. During the history of Modernity, most people thought the loss

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  • 'Black Dog White Bread'

    'Black Dog White Bread'

    Kerry Chaloner

    at blank projects

    It is 2014 and 20 years of Democracy. There is a lot of information and it is easy for things to become complicated and it is easy to get distracted. I relocate my studio from the inner city to Paarden Eiland because the rent is cheap. I used to

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  • 'Between Subject and Object'

    'Between Subject and Object'

    Various Artists

    at Michaelis Gallery

    Michaelis Galleries is proud to present 'Between Subject and Object', to accompany the Medical Humanities in Africa Conference, from 28-29 August 2014. The first of its nature in South Africa, this group exhibition, including the work of both South A

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  • 'Developing Characters: Contending Cultures & Creative Commerce in a South African Photography Studio’

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    Singarum Jeevaruthnam Moodley

    at Centre for African Studies Gallery

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  • '#TUTU, a man at prayer, a man at work, and a man at rest'

    '#TUTU, a man at prayer, a man at work, and a man at rest'

    Sumaya Hisham

    at St Georges Cathedral

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  • ‘Impressions of Rorke’s Drift - The Jumuna Collection’

    ‘Impressions of Rorke’s Drift - The Jumuna Collection’

    Kay Hassan, Sam Nhlengethwa, John Muafangejo, Azaria Mbatha, Lionel Davis and Others

    at Iziko South African National Gallery

    Iziko Museums of South Africa will host an exhibition entitled: ‘Impressions of Rorke’s Drift - The Jumuna Collection’ at the Iziko South African National Gallery (ISANG) from 23 July until 2 November 2014. Curated by Thembinko

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  • The Planet's Wake

    The Planet's Wake

    Chad Rossouw

    at Brundyn Plus

    The Planet’s Wake takes its cue from many sources. It is distinctively inspired by science fiction and fantasy narratives like the Terminator franchise and GeorgeR.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones, but also looks to medieva

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  • As god wants and the devil likes it

    As god wants and the devil likes it

    Kiluanji Kia Henda

    at Brundyn Plus

    Kiluanji Kia Henda’s As god wants and the devil likes it comprises a series of works concerned primarily with conceptions of Africa, its history and its future. Held at Brundyn+, the exhibition contemplates the aftermath of colonialis

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  • Survey

    Survey

    Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum

    at Brundyn Plus

    Survey is a third in a series of joint solo shows by Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum. Held at BRUNDYN+, the exhibition follows two prior shows, Before being asked by the machine (2013) and Space Station All-Stars (2013

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  • 'Perspectives 1'

    'Perspectives 1'

    Guy Tillim, Berni Searle, Penny Siopis, Albert Adams, Alexis Preller and Others

    at STEVENSON in Cape Town

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  • 'Some Assumptions'

    'Some Assumptions'

    Ian Grose

    at STEVENSON in Cape Town

    STEVENSON is pleased to present Ian Grose's second solo exhibition at the gallery. In this exhibition, Grose uses the leitmotif of his previous show - images of folded, patterned fabrics - as a starting point from which to explore the nature and i

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  • 'Viewing room 1, 2, 3'

    'Viewing room 1, 2, 3'

    Ed Young, Uwe Wittwer, Jake Aikman, Kate Gottgens, Abrie Fourie, Peter Eastman, Simon Stone, Willem Boshoff, Sandile Zulu and Georgina Gratrix

    at SMAC ART GALLERY CAPE TOWN

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    Trevor Coleman

    at SMAC ART GALLERY STELLENBOSCH

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    Sue Williamson

    at Iziko Slave Lodge

    Portraits, photographs and video interactions of three generations of South African women by one of the country's leading artists.

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    'Against the Grain'

    Various Artists

    at Sanlam Art Gallery

    'Against the Grain' profiles five wood sculptors from the Cape – Isaac Makeleni, Ishmael Thyssen, Shepherd Mbanya, Timothy Mafenuka and Thami Kiti. Working for decades with little acknowledgment and support, these artists have produced signific

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