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

 

PAY DIRT

02.08 – 27.08.2016

Works on paper by Hanno van Zyl.

Hanno van Zyl’s lifelong interest in illustration, comic art and graphic design drew him to study Visual Communication Design at the University of Stellenbosch. There he began to explore various roles as a commercial graphic designer, illustrator and artist. After graduating Hanno established himself as an independent creative operating from his collaborative space in Woodstock called “Only Today”. Informed by his experience as a commercial designer and illustrator he developed his practice as a fine artist.

His work explores the underbelly of everyday South-African life, by examining scenes and details often forgotten by dominant cultural narratives and popular discourse. His starkly rendered line drawings aestheticise the banal, thereby highlighting themes of social stratification, fear, economic disparity and violence.

 

ARTWORKS:

 

INSTALLATION VIEWS:


LIMITED EDITION:

Limited edition Zine by Hanno van Zyl and Salon Ninety One featuring an essay on PAY DIRT by Natasha Norman, images of works from the show, as well as a signed and numbered artwork. Available to buy from Salon91.

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Limited edition Zine by Hanno van Zyl PDF Catalogue

Links related to this exhibit:

10and5.com: 
http://10and5.com/2016/08/02/the-graphic-dialogue-of-everyday-objects-by-hanno-van-zyl/

STELLAR

05.12.15 – 23.01.2016

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Designed by Nicole Dalton

Dear Art Lovers & Collectors,

As we reach the end of another year we would like to thank you for your loyal support, patronage & enthusiasm.

According to our annual tradition, 2015 concludes with a salon-style exhibition featuring accessible, affordable artwork across a broad range of mediums by some of Salon Ninety One’s favourite emerging and established local creatives. The exhibition is scheduled to run until the last week of January 2016. Artworks will be rotated regularly & after the opening day, works may be taken home on the day of purchase, so come treat yourself & your loved ones!

This year we will be supporting The Bookery (www.thebookery.org.za). The gallery & artists will be donating 10% of all sales towards building a library & running a creative workshop with the kids at Usasazo Secondary School in Khayelitsha. Everyone is invited to donate books – specifically Xhosa & Afrikaans language, as well as Art-related books.

Please join us on Saturday the 5th of December from 11am until 3pm for our final exhibition of 2015. It is going to be a festive day of STELLAR art, sweet treats by the lovely artist/baker Alice Toich, beer by Leopold7 and so much more…

We look forward to celebrating a truly fantastic year with our artists, friends, and clients.

Warm Regards,
Monique & The Salon Ninety One Team

 

ARTWORKS:

ADRIAAN DIEDERICKS


ALEXANDRA KARAKASHIAN


ALICE TOICH


AMBER SMITH


ANDREW SUTHERLAND


ANDRZEJ URBANSKI


BANELE KHOZA


BRUCE MACKAY


CASSANDRA LEIGH JOHNSON


CRAIG ACTUALLY SMITH


DANI LOUREIRO


EMILY JANE LONG


FRANK CONRADIE


FRANS SMIT


GABRIELLE RAAFF


GERHARD HUMAN


HAIDEE NEL


HANNO VAN ZYL


HEIDI FOURIE


JADE KLARA


JEAN DE WET


JENNY PARSONS


JOH DEL


JUAN VOGES


KIRSTEN BEETS


KIRSTEN LILFORD


KIRSTEN SIMS


LARA FELDMAN


LEIGH TUCKNISS


LIZELLE KRUGER


LIZZA LITTLEWORT


LUCY STUART-CLARKE


MAAIKE BAKKER


MARNA HATTINGH


MONA


NEILL WRIGHT


NICOLE DALTON


NINA TORR


PAUL SENYOL


PIERRE LE RICHE


RIKUS FERREIRA


RONEL DE JAGER


STEPHANE CONRADIE


TESS METCALF


UNATHI MKONTO


WILHELM SAAYMAN


ZARAH CASSIM

 

THOSE WHO WANDER

25.07 – 16.08.14

A multimedia group exhibition, which explores the wastelands, misfits & outcasts, of the artists’ imaginations & of our universe.

Featuring an incredibly gifted & unique collection of eight young South African artists:

 

Gerhard Human

Ree Treweek

Daniël du Plessis

Jade Klara

Bruce Mackay

Jean de Wet

Hanno Van Zyl

Rikus Ferreira

 

 

ARTWORKS:

 

Gerhard Human:

 

Ree Treweek:

 

Daniël du Plessis:

 

Jade Klara:

 

Bruce Mackay:

 

Jean de Wet:

 

Hanno Van Zyl:

 

Rikus Ferreira:

 

SHOPFRONT:

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In the Press:

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Cape Times Tuesday, August 12, 2014 / Arts – Page 7

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Related Links:

Cape Town Blog: http://capetownblog.co.za/2014/07/11/mediterranean-delicacies-meets-those-who-wonder/

My Cape Town: http://mycapetown.co.za/news/2014/07/what-cape-town-bloggers-say-on-12-july-2014/

The Gremlinhttp://www.thegremlin.co.za/2014/07/13/cassia-at-nitida-medi-deli/

BizCommunityhttp://www.bizcommunity.com/Event/196/484/38706.html

Cape Town Tourism: http://www.capetown.travel/events/entry/mediterranean-delicacies-meets-those-who-wander

Spice4Life: http://www.spice4life.co.za/calendar-events/mediterranean-delicacies-meets-those-who-wander

What’s On: http://www.whatson..co.za/details.php?id=140454&event=Mediterranean%20Delicacies%20Meets%20Those%20Who%20Wander

KFMhttp://www.kfm.co.za/events/mediterranean-delicacies-meets-those-who-wander

 

THE EDITIONS SHOW

24.07 – 24.08.2013

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Group Show:

A fascinating display of Editions and Multiples, including Digital print, Etching, Laser-engraving, Sculpture, Screen-print, Photography and more…

 

A SELECTED PREVIEW:

 

Featured Artists:

Adrie Le Roux
Alice Edy
Andrew Sutherland
Annika de Korte
Ben Winfield
Bruce Mackay
Carmen Ziervogel
Caroline Mackintosh
Cassandra Leigh Johnson
Charles Haupt
Claudette Maskell
Clement de Bruin
Cynthia Edwards
Dani Loureiro
Donna Solovei
Dylan Culhane
Fred Clarke
Galia Gluckman
Gerhard Human
Hanno van Zyl
Hugh Byrne
Jade Klara
Jason de Villiers
Jay Gordon
Jono Dry
Jop Kunneke
Kirsten Sims
Louis Minnaar
Marchand
Mareliza Nel
Mieke van der Merwe
Neill Wright
Otto du Plessis
Sarah Pratt
Simon Berndt
Sinead Turnham
Ulrich Knoblauch

 

Opening night – The Editions Show

‘Images courtesy of Revolution’  

 

See also MORE HERE

 

Online Article:

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READ ARTICLE HERE

 

 

Hanno van Zyl

“I like having the opportunity to leave a mark (even if it’s a tiny one) on our cultural landscape.” Hanno van Zyl is an independent illustrator and designer working from the collaborative studio space, Only Today, in Cape Town. His work explores the overlooked narratives of everyday South African objects and spaces with an acutely critical eye. He is particularly influenced by his immediate environment: the little pieces of trash and rubble that gather in gutters, the trinkets found behind the till of spaza shops or the homely façade of a rundown inner city building. This, he views, as a rich cultural playground for a graphic dialogue. Van Zyl’s hand-drawn aesthetic is characterised by starkly rendered line drawings that invite a dispassionate gaze at the banal, thereby highlighting themes of social stratification, fear, economic disparity and violence. His paired down, black and white, brush and ink works also reference older 70s and 80s reproduction methods and shows the informed influence of a rich South African heritage of graphic art. His work is process driven, timely and sophisticated, combining a study of Visual Communication Design at the University of Stellenbosch with an unwavering exploration of the societal underbelly.

Selected Projects & Exhibitions: 2016 – PAY DIRT, a solo exhibition at Salon91; Static, co-curated by Black Koki at Kalashnikov Gallery, Johannesburg; Turbine Art Fair, Salon91 booth, Johannesburg. 2015 – Speechless, Heidi Erdman Contemporary, Cape Town; Turbine Art Fair, Salon91 booth, Johannesburg. 2014 – Those Who Wander, Salon91. 2013 – Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne Vous voulez rire, curated by Benjimin Girard, Site Le Corbusier, Firminy, France.

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