Posts tagged Pauline Gutter
Last Monday we had the privilege to be hosted by The Bag Factory for a conversation in-between Andrew Tshabangu and Sam Nhengethwa on their journey to Saint Emilion within the framework of the SAFFCA residencies. In fact both artists have had their studio at the Bag at some stage in their career. It was therefore […]
Being in SA, Pierre took the opportunity to pay a visit at Entabeni Farm where Pauline Gutter and Clement Garnung are presently in residency thanks to the generosity and vision of Lizette and Greg Barnes. Pauline is engaging with the scared landscapes resulting from the tremendous damage generated by the recent fires. However, Pauline is […]
CONNECTING AFRICA au Chateau d’Excideuil A big thank you to Shayne Guard Girardin on a fantastic opening last night. Connecting Africa which features several artists from Africa and its diaspora opened last night at Chateau d’Excideuil. The familiar smell of boerewors in the South of France warmed many hearts as a reminder of Southern Africa and to others home. […]
Bonjour à vous tous, les artistes d’Afrique australe sont de retour ! C’est avec un très grand plaisir que nous avons accepté l’invitation de l’Association Excit’oeil d’exposer au Château d’Excideuil du 6 au 27 juin. Nous espérons vous voir tous au vernissage le vendredi 9 juin 2017 à 18h30 en présence de plusieurs des artistes.
We had the chance to come to Bordeaux yesterday and visit the exhibition at the Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez. After crossing Mr. Alain Juppé who was on his way out, we paid attention to the exhibition in the Château before spending some time with Barbara Shroeder and some of her works in the adjacent glazed […]