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HERMANUS - ABALONE GALLERY
FORE/AFTER

Participating: Alta Botha *
Closing Friday 31 March 2017
ABALONE GALLERY
The Courtyard 2 Habour Road Tel: +27 28 313 2935 || Cell: +27 84 781 1864 || Email: info@abalonegallery.co.za
Fine South African Art,artist such as Raymond Andrews,Phillip Badenhorst,Judith Mason,Cecil Skotnes,Susanna Swart,Lynette ten Krooden
BLOEMFONTEIN - GALLERY ON LEVISEUR CONTEMPORARY
HARI LUALHATI: LOVE'S METAMORPHOSIS, a solo exhibition.

Participating: Hari Lualhati *
Closing Friday 31 March 2017
GALLERY ON LEVISEUR CONTEMPORARY
59 Dan Pienaar Ave Westdene || Email: info@galleryonleviseur.co.za
New contemporary gallery which plans to mostly carry solo exhibitions for six to eight weeks on end and exhibit works of painters, sculptors and ceramicists.
BALITO - IMBIZO GALLERY BALITO
ROOTS

Participating: Frances Schandera-Duarte * Everett Duarte * Izidro Duarte * Anita de Villiers *
Closing Sunday 30 April 2017
IMBIZO GALLERY BALITO
Shop 7a, Lifestyle Centre Tel: 032 946 1937 || Email: info@imbizogallery.co.za
Imbizo are fine art consultants providing a one-stop service to private and corporate clients.
SPRINGS - SPRINGS ART GALLERY
BEYOND TEACHING - Human Rights Exhibition 2017, a showcase of artworks created by students from the Ekurhuleni Art Development School and Art as Healing programme.

Participating: Various artists *
Closing Wednesday 31 May 2017
SPRINGS ART GALLERY
Library Building Tel: 011 360 2291 || Cell: 073 469 8817 || Email: thabose@ekurhuleni.com
Exhibitions are organised by SAG and funded by Ekurhuleni Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture. It can include our permanent colletion and selected artists.Solo or group shows
PIETERMARITZBURG - TATHAM ART GALLERY
Recent Acquisitions

Participating: Various artists *
Closing Sunday 4 June 2017
TATHAM ART GALLERY
Chief Albert Luthuli (Commercial) Rd opposite City Hall Tel: 033 392 2800/1 || Email: vimla.moodley@msunduzi.gov.za
The Tatham Art Gallery, one of the major art museums in South Africa, dates back to 1903, serves the Msunduzi region through the Visual Arts.






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