'The Rainbow Nation'Wim Botha, Jane Alexander, Mary Sibande, Paul Edmunds, Willie Bester, Nandipha Mntambo and Nicholas Hlobo at Various venues around The Hague
This year, the Hague Sculpture Festival focuses on South Africa, with more than 50 sculptures by major artists of the past 60 years from 29 May to 9 September on the Lange Voorhout and from 8 June to 30 September in Museum Beelden aan Zee. The artists at the exhibition range across three generations. The first generation is represented by artists including Edoardo Villa, Sidney Kumalo and Noria Mabasa. Andries Botha, Willie Bester, Jane Alexander and Angus Taylor are among the second generation artists. Works by artists such as Wim Botha, Paul Edmunds, Nicolas Hlobo, Nandipha Mntambo and Claudette Schreuders represent the third and youngest generation. Nelson Mandela International Day will be celebrated in The Hague on Wednesday, July 18 with the unveiling of the Nelson Mandela monument by Dutch sculptor Arie Schippers.
29 May - 30 September