I am pleased to announce that RKContemporary gallery will represent my work with a solo booth during the fair.
Besides some older work,
more recent works will also be available for example Struwwelpeter and Paulinchen which were inspired by the book Der Struwwelpeter (an 1845 German Children’s book written by Heinrich Hoffman) :
as well as new larger works for eg Mut(t)i (which is a play on the words ‘Mutti” meaning ‘mommy’ in German as well as “muti” which is a word that in South African context refers to traditional African medicine or magical charms) :
Meet The lovely princess Candlewick – she is ‘feuer und flamme’ to be at the fair;-):
and some new smaller works:
Let’s hope ‘everyone ‘ will be charmed!
For more info visit the booth at the fair or send and email to receive a catalogue : firstname.lastname@example.org
This piece dates back to 2017, when I started hearing about the oceans warming up and coral reefs dying.
Now in 2022, according NASA “…Yes, the ocean is continuing to warm. … To date, the ocean contains 90 percent of the heat from human-induced global warming, and the year 2020 was the warmest ever measured for the global ocean.
And today I heard about the sewage problem at the coast of Kwazulu-Natal and I hang my head in shame on behalf of the human race.
I am happy to announce that Deepest Darkest Art Gallery in Cape Town will include one of my recent works in their lineup for this year’s ICTAF
Running in parallel with their sister fair in Milan; miart international modern and contemporary art fair, this event provides a unique opportunity where VIPs, galleries, and visitors will have access to a much broader audience across two continents and two fairs. Deepest Darkest will be presenting work by AD-Reflex, Hannalie Taute, Kevin Mackintosh, Krisjan Rossouw, Leila Fanner and Navel Seakamela. 17 – 19 September 2021