Event Tag: Johannesburg

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

Wits Art Museum is delighted to present an exhibition of the works of South African artist, Alfred Thoba.Thoba is a Johannesburg-based artist whose work displays an intensely personal vision and distinctive technique. Many of Thoba’s most compelling paintings express his outrage on matters of social injustice. He describes himself as ‘I who read news very […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

Wits Art Museum is delighted to present an exhibition of the works of South African artist, Alfred Thoba.Thoba is a Johannesburg-based artist whose work displays an intensely personal vision and distinctive technique. Many of Thoba’s most compelling paintings express his outrage on matters of social injustice. He describes himself as ‘I who read news very […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]

Wits Art Museum is delighted to present an exhibition of the works of South African artist, Alfred Thoba.Thoba is a Johannesburg-based artist whose work displays an intensely personal vision and distinctive technique. Many of Thoba’s most compelling paintings express his outrage on matters of social injustice. He describes himself as ‘I who read news very […]

Afterlife by Ross Passmoor is a fragment of the South African multidisciplinary artist’s creative Ph.D. The doctoral degree examines some of the ongoing moments of making that constitute an artistic practice.Building on Tunnel Vision, a solo exhibition held at the Point of Order in 2017, the artist continues to explore some of the ways in […]