Whew, July was a strange month: from billionaires in space, to looting in South Africa and more close to home = a broken appliances as well as a traffic fine. Let’s hope August will be peaceful, calm, and things working out without rushing;-)
August is my birthday month and I am happy to say that some of my older work will be included in an upcoming exhibition which opens on the same day as my birthday! In celebration I will be giving away this ‘Chocolate bunny” from this exhibition to one lucky person.
This group exhibition is called: Thread(ed): Interlacing womxn in the 21st century, to be held at the Association of Arts, Pretoria from 13 August – 4 September 2021
More details to follow later
But here is a sneak peek:
I watched a beautiful movie on Netflix called: It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, which was inspired by an article featured in Esquire about Mr Rogers. After I watched the movie, I read the article, and I would like to share the following quote which really moved me with you:
Anyway, back to studio news:
The KKNK festival virtual exhibition Amplifica is still showing until the end of August. Here is a short video featuring the curator Dineke van der Walt talking about it:
and here is a video we made in my studio with the works in question:
That’s a wrap for now. Keep calm and keep warm until next time….
Earlier this year I sent some works to the gallery MContemporary in Sydney, Australia.
The long hard voyage took many days…
But finally the ship anchored in a river near the King’s palace.
So I am happy to announce that the work arrived there safe and sound.
Time passed and….
the hungry vulture ate the beanstalk and it broke.
But the child grew to be a beautiful princess.
The King and Queen agreed….
to give a great party to celebrate the birthday of the Princess.
“I can only soften this evil curse said the Orange fairy….
and gave the child a gift of a beautiful singing voice….
Feel free to register your interest with the gallery: https://mcontemp.com/hannalie-taute/
The giant’s wife was kind…..
and quietly waited….
as the feast drew to an end….
Available via Knysna Fine Art Gallery. Contact them to register your interest.
I am happy to announce that these two in the detail of the work: “The long hard voyage took many days. But finally the ship anchored in a river near the King’s palace” finally arrived at MContemporary gallery in Australia today!
some of the crew members had to wait patiently while: “Time passed and the hungry vulture ate the beanstalk and it broke. But the child grew to be a beautiful princess.” (see detail of the work below)
Some of the works are destined for the Sydney Contemporary Art Fair later this year….more details to follow.
On that note….wishing you a wonderful week. Keep safe and stay warm – until we speak againxxx