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JOHANNESBURG - AGOG GALLERY
DAESIN: EXCEMPTION AND CONNECTION a solo exhibition.

Participating: Philipp Pieroth *
Closing Monday 23 January 2017
AGOG GALLERY
12 Lower Ross Street, Maboneng Tel: 063 353 8582 || Cell: 079 458 5350
AGOG Gallery is a new and independent space in Maboneng.
JOHANNESBURG - STEVENSON JOHANNESBURG

WHAT I SEE BEYOND FEELING


Participating: Portia Zvavahera *
Closing Friday 27 January 2017
STEVENSON JOHANNESBURG
62 Juta Street, Braamfontein Tel: 011 403 1055/1908 || Email: jhb@stevenson.info
Stevenson is a contemporary art gallery opened as Michael Stevenson in Cape Town in 2003, and subsequently partnered with David Brodie in Johannesburg in 2008.
JOHANNESBURG - STEVENSON JOHANNESBURG

WHAT I SEE BEYOND FEELING


Participating: Portia Zvavahera *
Closing Friday 27 January 2017
STEVENSON JOHANNESBURG
62 Juta Street, Braamfontein Tel: 011 403 1055/1908 || Email: jhb@stevenson.info
Stevenson is a contemporary art gallery opened as Michael Stevenson in Cape Town in 2003, and subsequently partnered with David Brodie in Johannesburg in 2008.
JOHANNESBURG - GOODMAN GALLERY
A PILE OF STONES
 

Participating: Clive van den berg *
Closing Wednesday 15 February 2017
GOODMAN GALLERY
163 Jan Smuts Ave. Parkwood Tel: 011 788 1113 || Email: jhb@goodman-gallery.com
The Goodman Gallery is at the forefront of contemporary art in South Africa focusing on South African artists, artists from the greater African Continent, and other countries that engage in a dialogue with the African context.
JOHANNESBURG - RES GALLERY
6BLACK SOUNDS - Goya in Africa.
 

Participating: Angel Haro *
Closing Saturday 25 February 2017
RES GALLERY
Unit 3, Chester Court 140 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood Tel: 011 880 4054 || Cell: +27 074 141 2091 || Email: info@resgallery.com
Res Gallery, founded by Ricardo Fornoni, Steven Goldblatt and Simone Fornoni, is an art gallery involved in promoting and selling digital media art, from limited edition prints to interactive installations, and mixed media artworks.
JOHANNESBURG - GOETHE-INSTITUT
A PLACE TO CALL THEIR OWN Photography exhibition on LGBT life in Mozambique and Ivory Coast.
 

Participating: Raymond Dakoua *
Closing Friday 17 March 2017
GOETHE-INSTITUT
119 Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood (Entrance on New Port Road) Tel: +27 11 442 3232 || Email: info@johannesburg.goethe.org
The Goethe-Institut is the German cultural centre in Johannesburg, offering German language courses & cultural events.






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