No 5. December 1997 CONTEMPORARY ART IN SOUTH AFRICA

 

'Taking Stock' is the title of a new
exhibition at the Johannesburg Stock
Exchange

 

Kendell Geers
Title Withheld, 1996
Performance
This was the artist's page in the
catalogue of the 2nd Johannesburg Biennale

 

A view of Lush, Melanie Smith's
wall of orange plastic objects from
'Life's Little Necessities' at the
Cape Town Castle.

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Note: Johannesburg Biennale listings will be found under special section

JOHANNESBURG

'Taking Stock' - 13 artists on the Market Floor of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
'Not Quite a Christmas Exhibition' at the Goodman

CAPE TOWN

'PhotoSynthesis: Contemporary South African Photography' at the SANG
'The Shopping Trolley Project' at the River Club
'Cram' at the Association for Visual Arts
'Lost Histories' - Joy Gregory at the Labia Museum
'Art Greetings' at the Hanel
Peter van Straten at the Chelsea Gallery
'Thirty Minutes' at the Robben Island Visitors Block
Gabriel Clark-Brown at the Mau-Mau
Award winning potters at the Nico Malan

Biennale

Shock at early closure in Johannesburg
Newsflash: Reprieve for Biennale!
'Important and Exportant' at the Johannesburg Art Gallery
'Graft' at the South African National Gallery
'Life's Little Necessities' at the Cape Town Castle

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Unless otherwise noted, this column is written by the editor, Sue Williamson

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