Sam Nhlengethwa was joined by Bali and their Daughter Ofentse at dinner at Pierre’s table. They all have agreed to join again in Johannesburg for a Sunday lunch in Westcliff in the dappled light at the foot of the pin oak to celebrate spring.
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Ruzy Rusike was invited at the Lycée Montesquieu by Alice Conteuse . Ruzy was able to proudly share some knowledge on South Africa, its recent history, its art-world and the aims of SAFFCA. The children were most receptive. This experience needs to be repeated in as many school as possible in France as well as in […]
During his stay in St Emilion, Sam Nhlengethwa and Ruzy Rusike were able to go to the concert of Kei McGregor, the son of the late Chris McGregor which was also attended by his widow Maxine McGregor. During the concert, Kei did a dedication to Hugh Masekela and to Chris, his father. Furthermore, he highlighted the significance […]
Written by Pierre Lombart These last 10 days took me to the opening of Documenta in Kassel and to the mother of all art fairs in Basel. These are perhaps, with the Venice Biennale, the three most important events in the art world if not globally, certainly in Europe. Not everyone is au fait with […]
Yesterday we had the privilege to host Janine, Ingrid and Herman Steyn firstly at AFSACSA and thereafter at Pierre Lombart’s house where Sam Nhlengethwa made us the honour to join for a leisurely lunch which finished around 19h00 on the square of the City. It was an immense pleasure for us to be able to welcome […]
We had our first informal gathering at ASACSA around one of our celebrated Southern African Art legend, Sam Nhlengethwa. Sam has been with us in residency for a month and we were able to share on Monday night with the local community some of his journeys. Kei Mac Gregor, the son of the great Chris […]
A particularly large audience from the canton, Périgueux and Bordeaux, made the trip to Excideuil for the opening of “CONNECTING AFRICA” at the Castle. It must be said that the quality of the works justifies this enthusiasm. The four exhibition halls have allowed fans to discover the diversity of creations made by artists from Zimbabwe […]