The Black Swan – Elsie de Beer Weich

Black Swan is a theatrical cubistic oil painting symbolizing our economic uncertainty and human suffering caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. Inspired by Nassim Taleb’s term Black Swan. I have created a seemingly hostile composition of two swans a man, woman and child staged in a graphic COVID 19 battlefield. My intention with this dramatic scene is to remind us that as tomorrow yesterday’s insight must change our position from one of victim to victor. Taleb explains that a black swan is...

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Scatterlings – Liekie Fouché

Scatterlings by Liekie Fouché is a compilation of over 40 artworks by Pretoria based artist, Liekie Fouché, spanning the last four years. The exhibition is an exploration of the human condition through themes of alienation, isolation, and feeling lost in space and time. The figures, portrayed in the South African landscape, are all in transit but rather than moving towards a set destination they appear to be drifting around in search of something, the nature of which is unknown. This exhibition can be from...

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One Mile Radius

Anna-Carien Goosen is departing for Sydney, Australia. Join us at the Tina Skukan Gallery (West Gallery) on Saturday 24 November at 10h30 for her farewell party and exhibition of her portraits and sketches entitled One Mile Radius “When I open my eyes to ‘see’- I notice a lot of ‘invisible’ people in my own neighbourhood.It’s a privilege to draw the portraits of these ignored people.” The exhibition can be viewed until Wednesday 12 December 2018​

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