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A Decade of Seeing
A DECADE of Seeing is a reflection on Daniel Naudé’s various bodies of work over the last 10 years. A tightly curated show of just 10 works, A Decade of Seeing, celebrates the artist’s visual journey from 2008 to date. Naudé was born in 1984 in Cape Town, where he continues to live. He graduated with a BA Visual Arts Honours degree from the University of Stellenbosch in 2007. Naudé’s first book, Animal Farm, was published by Prestel in 2012, followed by Sightings of the Sacred: Cattle in India, Uganda and Madagascar in 2016, also by Prestel.
The artist also took part in the Autumn 2011 residency programme at Anderson Ranch in Aspen, Colorado. From 9am-5pm, Everard Read Gallery, Rosebank
In memory of Nhlanhla Mahlangu’s grandmother, Chant tells a personal story, journeying from the suburbs of Alberton to the squatter camp in Phola Park during the ’80s and ’90s. Written by Mahlangu, Chant was first commissioned by the Juliedans Artist’s Lab in 2010 and premiered at the Juliedans Festival in Amsterdam in 2011. Other performances include Goethe On Main and Dance Umbrella Festival in 2012; the Jomba! Festival in 2015 and Season 2 at the Centre for the Less Good Idea in 2017, in which Mahlangu was a guest curator. Tickets R100, 8pm, POP Art Centre, Maboneng
Town – The Musical Revue
Town is a musical revue inspired by the similarities between
Sophiatown and the golden era of Berry Gordy Motown music. It is conceived by seasoned theatre performer and creative director Lebo Toko with an original score by Michael Themba. Tickets R200, 8pm, Joburg Theatre, Braamfontein