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The Fox, the Owl and the Robber | A village down the road | “The Owls live at number 7 and have been focusing on their relationship after a somewhat insalubrious video went viral. They share a love of indigenous plants. The Foxes moved to the village for the abundance of birds – particularly the ducks. Anna Fox is responsible for the ghastly sculpture in the town square. Rupert still lives with his mother in the Cape Dutch cottage near The Swan. He likes the idea of travel, but has never left the village.” This is the imaginary village that Sarah Pratt is currently observing. At present she is investigating the whereabouts of the infamous Robber.

Salon Ninety One is proud to present The Fox, The Owl and the Robber, Pratt’s third solo exhibition with the gallery.

Opening Wednesday, 27 January 2016 at 18:30. Exhibition concludes on 27 February 2016. For any further information, please contact the gallery.

Pratt will be presenting a walkabout at the gallery on Saturday, 6 February from 11:00 to 12:00.

 


 

19 – 21.02.2016
Andrzej Urbanski. A064 2_3_15. Oil, spraypaint on canvas. 1215 x 1215mm. Framed

Andrzej Urbanski. A064 2_3_15. Oil, spraypaint on canvas. 1215 x 1215mm. Framed

CAPE TOWN ART FAIR 2016

 


 

Gallery Hours:
10 am – 6 pm Tue-Fri
10am – 2pm Sat
Sundays, Mondays & Public Holidays by appointment.

 

Salon Ninety One Gift Vouchers are available from the gallery.