The FNB Joburg Art Fair, the first international fair of its kind to be presented in Africa, has established itself as one of the most significant events on the SA Arts Calendar, presenting works by local and international galleries alike. This year marks the tenth edition of this major contemporary art fair.
Since its inception in 2008, Salon Ninety One has served as a platform for both emerging and established South African artists of all disciplines to gain exposure through sharing their creativity and vision. The Artists exhibiting with Salon Ninety One have all excelled in their respective fields, with their names quickly gaining recognition across South Africa and Internationally.
Salon Ninety One will be exhibiting at the FNB Joburg Art Fair, for the second consecutive year bringing accessible, affordable contemporary art from Cape Town to both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers in Johannesburg. This year we are proud to be representing Cathy Layzell, Heidi Fourie, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Linsey Levendall, and Paul Senyol. These Artists embody the gallery’s signature style and reflect the astounding growth and promise of local talent.
Visit us at Booth C15 from the 8th to the 10th of September 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg. Please visit www.salon91.co.za or call 021-424-6930 for further information.
The Turbine Art Fair has established itself as a significant event on the SA Arts Calendar, presenting rare and crucial opportunities to Collectors and Artists alike. This Fair has won us over through its fantastic electric atmosphere, its high level of organization, and most notably in remaining absolutely committed to its intention to promote emerging talent and to nurture a new collectors base, ideas which resonate greatly with the core philosophy of our gallery.
Since its inception in 2008, Salon Ninety One has served as a platform for both emerging and established South African artists of all disciplines to gain exposure through sharing their creativity and vision. The Artists exhibiting with Salon Ninety One have all excelled in their respective fields, with their names quickly gaining recognition across South Africa and abroad. This year we are proud to be representing Andrew Sutherland, Black Koki, Cathy Layzell, Heidi Fourie, Jordan Sweke, Kirsten Beets, Kirsten Sims, Linsey Levendall, Paul Senyol and Zarah Cassim. These Artists embody the gallery’s signature style and reflect the astounding growth and promise of local talent.
Salon Ninety One will be exhibiting at the Turbine Art Fair, for the fourth consecutive year bringing accessible, affordable contemporary art from Cape Town to both seasoned collectors and first-time buyers in Johannesburg. Visit us at Booth GH14, Turbine Hall from the 13th to the 16th of July 2017. Please call 021-424-6930 for further information.
A two-person exhibition by Paul Senyol & Linsey Levendall
EXHIBITION INSTALLATION VIEWS:
MURAL AT GARLANDALE PRIMARY
Paul Senyol and Linsey Levendall recently collaborated on an exhibition called FATHOMS. They also managed to find the time to complete a colourful and inspiring mural for the children at Garlandale Primary.
Salon Ninety One and The Bookery have joined forces to support this school and its library. Ten percent of all sales made during the Stellar group exhibition was donated to this project. We would like to thank the artists, Paul, Linsey, and everyone who was part of the Stellar show, as well as Bryan Viljoen Photography for their generosity and kindness.
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.
CTAF 2016 | Visitors to the Salon Ninety One booth (A3) can expect to see a refreshing and diverse collection of contemporary artworks including sculpture, typography, embroidery, drawing and painting, with a special emphasis on bridging the traditional divide between disciplines. Artists exhibiting with Salon91 at the CTAF 2016 include: Salon Ninety One represented artists Paul Senyol and Andrzej Urbanski, alongside Heidi Fourie, Jordan Sweke, Kirsten Beets, Linsey Levendall, Unathi Mkonto, Pierre Le Riche, Gerhard Human and Cathy Layzell.
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PIERRE LE RICHE
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The works exhibited during the RADAR show at Salon91 include once-off originals as well as limited edition archival prints by each of the exceptionally talented & proudly local above-mentioned artists. Please enquire with the gallery about availability of works & ordering of prints… firstname.lastname@example.org
LINSEY LEVENDALL is a multidisciplinary creative. His work is driven by a need to be in sync with his subconscious thoughts and dreams that reflect his mileu, in particular growing up in Cape Town’s Cape Flats, a place filled with nature and wildlife but corrupted by human violence and suffering. He currently lives and works in rural Canada with his wife and family. He defines his work as ‘mildly trippy,’ treading the fine line between beauty and distortion. His mash-up of influences ranges from the art historical to the contemporary, including the Surrealist artist Salvador Dali, animation, graphic novels and Cubism. Levendall believes in creating social change through art and tries to be involved in projects that endorse positive forward thinking. He works closely with The Black Heart Gang and Shy The Sun as a conceptual designer on groundbreaking animation for both the local and international market and makes up one half of the duo Bison.
Selected Exhibitions: 2017 – Trees Make Forests, year-end group exhibition, Salon91; FNB Joburg Art Fair with Salon91; Fathoms, with Paul Senyol, Salon91; Turbine Art Fair with Salon91; Cape Town Art Fair with Salon91. 2016 – Oracle, an end-of-year group exhibition, Salon91; Turbine Art Fair with Salon91; Cape Town Art Fair with Salon91. 2014 – Suggestivism: Chronology, Copro Gallery, Santa Monica; Hidden Kingdoms, The Dream Factory Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany; 2013 – Neu Folk Revival, LeQuiVive Gallery, Oakland; Tragic Heroes, The Lab, California; Nelson Mandela Legacy Exhibition at the Cape Town Civic Centre; The Path Less Deconstructed, M. Contemporary, Sydney; 2012 – CORE, Museum Gallery, Cape Town; RADAR, group exhibition, Salon91; If You Let Yourself Love a Wild Thing, group exhibition, Salon91.