Gerhard Marx offered last night some of the extent of his true artistic talent at the center for the less good idea started in 2016 by William Kentridge.
Posts tagged William Kentridge
We truly would like to thank all of you who joined us at the SAFFCA Talks at the Kingsmead Bookfair yesterday to assist to the presentations of their journeys by Nandipha, Joni and Hlondipha or to follow’s Pierre’ s clues in engaging with one of William Kentridge’s work. The three ladies’ talks were fascinating. We […]
On Friday the 8th of September, as part of the VIP program of the 10th JHB Art Fair, SAFFCA welcomed some of the international art aficionados at Lynn and Pierre ‘s residence in Westcliff. Pierre shared his personal in-depth digestion of ” wanting to hold, needing to let go” of William Kentridge before introducing the […]
Definitely two of our strongest pillars In a morning conversation at A4art, a quiet moment before the lunch co- hosted at the Cape Town newly born Foundation by the Basel Art Fair. A4art will be a major player in the sustainability and underpinning of the global wave of interest for African Contemporary Art. Thank you […]
Pierre Lombart shares with us his personal reading of this powerful and somehow truly autobiographical work by William Kentridge ‘Wanting to hold/ Needing to let go’ 2012 Medium: chalk, coloured paper, Drawing: Charcoal, Indian ink on workshop receipt book pages pinned to Vélin d’Arches 400gsm. Photographer: Thys Dullaart Collection: Privately Owned, SAFFCA Collection Image Courtesy: […]
Now in its sixth year, Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s annual public art programme, launches tomorrow with the first ever screening of Petroc Sesti’s digital piece Solar | Relay – one of 17 works of art in the open-air sculpture take-over of the Square Mile, Sculpture in the City. The project initiative […]