ORACLE

03.12.16 – 21.01.2017

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ORACLE | SALON NINETY ONE end-of-year group show in aid of S A Guide-Dogs Association for the Blind | 03 December at 11AM | 91 Kloof Street. Gardens. Cape Town

Accessible, affordable artwork across a broad range of mediums by some of Salon Ninety One’s favourite emerging and established creatives. Artists include: Anastasia Pather, Andrew Sutherland, Berry Meyer, Bruce Mackay, Cathy Layzell, Gabrielle Raaff, Gerhard Human, Hanno van Zyl, Heidi Fourie, Isabella Kuijers, Jade Klara, Jordan Sweke, Katrin Coetzer, Katrine Claassens, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Lara Feldman, Linsey Levendall, Maaike Bakker, Maria Lebedeva, Nicole Dalton, Nina Torr, Paul Senyol, Pierre le Riche, and Sarah Pratt.

Doors open at 11AM with an opening address by S A Guide-Dogs Association at 11:30. Throughout the day there will be opportunities to interact with Guide Dog Owners and their dogs, as well as Puppy Raisers with their puppies in training.

South African Guide-Dogs Association provides Independence, Mobility and Companionship to the differently abled community of South Africa by providing Guide, Service and Autism Support Dogs. Ten percent of all art sales will be put towards the sponsorship and training of guide dog puppies.


ARTWORKS:

ANASTASIA PATHER

ANDREW SUTHERLAND

BERRY MEYER

BRUCE MACKAY

CATHY LAYZELL

GABRIELLE RAAFF

GERHARD HUMAN

HANNO VAN ZYL

HEIDI FOURIE

ISABELLA KUIJERS

JADE KLARA

JORDAN SWEKE

KATRIN COETZER

KATRINE CLAASSENS

KIRSTEN BEETS

KIRSTEN SIMS

LARA FELDMAN

LINSEY LEVENDALL

MAAIKE BAKKER

MARIA LEBEDEVA

NICOLE DALTON

NINA TORR

PAUL SENYOL

PIERRE LE RICHE

SARAH PRATT

COLLABORATION

Anastasia Pather

Anastasia Pather is a finger painter, quiet performer and female concerned with surface and the duality of objects. Her work explores the architecture of memory and the politics of colour. Although she understands her process as an involuntary reaction to a surface she cannot shut out her thoughts about identity, exoticism, eroticism and power. Her use of gold leaf and glue allows her to paint time and that idea quite intrigues her.

Anastasia Pather is a practicing, fine artist receiving her B.F.A from the University of the Witwatersrand in 2010. Pather was a semi-finalist for SA Taxi Foundation Art Award in 2015 and has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions and fairs for Kalashnikov Gallery, Lizamore and Associates Gallery and No End Contemporary Gallery. Pather exhibited a solo show at 99 Loop Gallery in 2016.

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