Friends Visit: Stevenson Gallery walkabout of “Both, and,”

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''Both, and,'' Exhibition, Stevenson Gallery
”Both, and,” Exhibition, Stevenson Gallery

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Date:  Thursday 2nd August
Time:  11 am
Venue:  Stevenson Gallery, Buchanan Building, 160 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock
Tickets:  Members R80:  Non-Members: R100 Student members: R20  Student non-members R50

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‘Both, and,’ is a group exhibition reflecting on 15 years of the gallery’s existence and is curated by Stevenson’s newest partners, Sisipho Ngodwana and Alexander Richards. The title positions this exhibition as an alternative to an ‘either/or’ way of thinking, making room for a point of view that is multiple and inclusive. Stevenson has always been dedicated to art history and current discourse – a place for ideas.  However, at the same time, the gallery remains a place of commerce. A question that has been pivotal throughout the years is ‘how can we be both dedicated to art history, and fully engaged with the market?’ The curators set out to navigate this apparent paradox in their approach to the show which runs concurrently in both Cape Town and Johannesburg.

The exhibition features new and existing works by current gallery artists as well as old friends and new acquaintances  and are loaned from private, public and artists’ collections. Curators Siphiso and Alexander will take us through the show which includes works by, Jane Alexander, Francis Alys, Wim Botha, Steven Cohen, Olafur Eliasson, David Goldblatt, Nicholas, Hlobo, Mithcell Gilbert Messina, Youssef Nabil, Simphiwe Ndzube, Odili Donald Odita, Claudette Schreuders, Berni Searle, Lerato Shadi amongst others.

 

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‘Both, and,’ is a group exhibition reflecting on 15 years of the gallery’s existence and is curated by Stevenson’s newest partners, Sisipho Ngodwana and Alexander Richards. The title positions this exhibition as an alternative to an ‘either/or’ way of thinking, making room for a point of view that is multiple and inclusive.

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