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Moving Forward: Restoration, Unity, Peace Exhibition at Oliewenhuis Art Museum

Moving Forward: Restoration, Unity, Peace Exhibition at Oliewenhuis Art Museum

Oliewenhuis Art Museum is a commemorating Reconciliation Day with an exhibition of artworks selected from the Oliewenhuis Art Museum Permanent Collection and the Collection of the Art Bank of South Africa. All Oliewenhuis Art Museum and ArtBankSA staff members chose an artwork that personally resonates with their idea of reconciliation. Diverse artworks, expressing varied views and feelings regarding the theme, Moving Forward: Restoration, Unity and Peace, were selected, and created an exhibition that acknowledges the painful past of South Africa, but also shows how we can continue to restore and what unity and peace look like. Many of the artworks explore what we share and what brings us together as human beings

Great Expectations Exhibition at Javett Art Centre

Great Expectations Exhibition at Javett Art Centre

The exhibition continues the conversation on the overall curatorial theme around meaning making by way of visual art, exploring identity, heritage, the self, and the collective contemporary South Africa plunged into a reckoning around uncomfortable historic truths and reflecting on the future implications of the decisions made now with a special focus on the disconnect between expectations, reality and the audacity to find hope.

IN STRANGER TIMES WALK ABOUT

IN STRANGER TIMES WALK ABOUT

Exhibition: IN STRANGER TIMES: The ABSA 2021 New Acquisitions Exhibition
Venue: Oliewenhuis Art Museum, Bloemfontein
Opening: 10:00 on Friday
Dates: 4 March 2022

IN STRANGER TIMES

IN STRANGER TIMES

The narrative thread to the upcoming Art Bank of South Africa (ArtbankSA) exhibition at the Oliewenhuis Art Museum on 3 March 2022, is the artistic reflection of our time.

ARE YOU GAME?

ARE YOU GAME?

ARE YOU GAME?, curated from the Art Bank of South Africa Contemporary Collection and the Oliewenhuis Art Museum’s Permanent Collection and by Art Museum Guides. ARE YOU GAME? explores matters related to self-representation and how society may be addicted to issues of image management in the digital age.

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