BERMAN Contemporary gallery
An exclusive Elsa Duault exhibition was hosted at Berman Contemporary gallery in Johannesburg
With premium bubbly and wine in hand, invited guests shared an intimate evening at Alice Lane’s elegantly appointed Berman Contemporary gallery in Sandton, taking in the vibrant paintings of French fluid artist Elsa Duault. The accompanying beautifully plated cuisine was prepared by chef Wandile Mabaso – a sublime pairing with the bold art on show.
Hosted by owner Candice Berman, Elsa Duault’s explorative exhibition
Spectrum of Life left guests filled with the sense of infinite energy that her art evokes. Her circular canvases, with their signature swirling colours, interesting textures and intricate patterns defy all notions of restraint. She describes her technique as molecular painting. The result? A dynamic manifestation of form and colour captured at a point in time.
Patrons were also introduced to Artivive, an app that brings art to life by showing the inspiration and the craftsmanship behind the creation of each work.
CLOCKWISE F ROM TOP LEFT ‘Instant 120-7’ by Elsa Duault; Berman Contemporary gallery; chef Wandile Mabaso’s exquisite dessert mirrored the art; Michael Shkudsky of Picot & Moss with Rochelle Blomeyer of Associated Media Publishing; Candice Newman browsing the exhibition; Candice Berman showcases the Artivive app; looking into the gallery from the Sandton streets.