Salon Ninety One & True North would like to thank all our generous clients who supported us in purchasing work from the Folklore end-of-year group exhibition. We would like to make a special mention of all the Artists who participated in the show:
ADELE VAN HEERDEN, AMBER MOIR, ANDREW SUTHERLAND, BERRY MEYER, BLACK KOKI, BRUCE MACKAY, CATHERINE HOLTZHAUSEN, CATHY LAYZELL, CHLOE TOWNSEND, CORA WASSERMAN, DONNA SOLOVEI, GABRIELLE RAAFF, HEIDI FOURIE, JACO HAASBROEK, JADE KLARA, JEANNE HOFFMAN, JESSICA BOSWORTH SMITH, KATRIN COETZER, KATRINE CLAASSENSKIRSTEN BEETS, KIRSTEN SIMS, LARA FELDMAN, LILI PROBART, MAAIKE BAKKER, MARELI ESTERHUIZEN, MARIA LEBEDEVA, MARIA VAN ROOYEN, MARLI STEYL, MATTHEW PRINS, MAXIMILLIAN GOLDIN, NATASHA NORMAN, NICHOLAS COUTTS, NICOLE FRASER, NINA TORR, PAUL SENYOL, RENEE ROSSOUW, TARA DEACON & ZARAH CASSIM.
Together your generosity and hard work have enabled Salon Ninety One to raise R58000 in aid of True North, a non-profit organization that is pioneering Early Childhood Development (ECD) initiatives within marginalized communities, such as Vrygrond in the Western Cape. Well done and thank you so much for using your gift of creativity to give back so generously to children in need.
SALON NINETY ONE End-of-year salon-style group show in aid of True North
Accessible, affordable artwork across a broad range of mediums by some of Salon Ninety One’s favourite emerging and established creatives. This year our Gallery and Exhibiting Artists will be donating ten percent of all artwork sales to the True North Organisation. Spoil yourself or a loved one with that special one-of-a-kind artwork and make a difference to the life of someone much younger and less fortunate. True North is a non-profit organisation that is pioneering Early Childhood Development (ECD) initiatives within marginalised communities.The historical lack of adequate provisioning of basic services to poor communities manifests itself within all spheres of society, ultimately resulting in a vast loss of human potential. The long-term ripple effects of inequality includes increased rates of unemployment, disease, substance abuse and the fragmentation of family units, and unfortunately young children are the most at risk. An incredible developmental window of opportunity exists within these early years, and it rapidly diminishes with age. This potential for growth into a “whole” person is not limited to academic development, but encompasses every part of the child’s world. As we celebrate ten wonderful years of Salon Ninety One, we recognise the light, love and hard work that has gone into building the True North organisation since 2007. Join Salon91 and our generous young artists this festive season in our quest to give the Vrygrond community and the youth of our country a brighter future.
For more information about the True North Organisation, please visit their website.
For any enquiries pertaining to the exhibition, please contact the gallery on 021-424-6930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org