Available work – November 2019

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Goodmorning!

I’ve had a couple of inquiries about available work, thank you for the interest and continuous support.

See below a list of work and selected galleries where some works are still available….

  1. Everard Read gallery Franschoek  (Phone: 021 876 2446 –https://www.everard-read-franschhoek.co.za/

“In warm water” 2017 Cotton thread, doillies, and rubber 63 x 128 cm

(k)not of snakes 215 x 108 cm cotton thread and rubber 2018

“Catch of the day” 2017 Cotton thread and rubber 112 x 76 cm

2. Gallery at Grande Provence, Franschoek https://www.grandeprovence.co.za

Seisoensverandering 2019

Meisie met varkore aka Self-portrait as a garden gnome

3. Deepest Darkest Art Gallery, Cape Town Phone079 138 4203 https://www.deepestdarkestart.com/hannalie-taute

Little Ogres 2019

Atoms Family

4. 99 Loop gallery, Cape town https://www.artsy.net/show/99-loop-gallery-hannalie-taute-familie-kielie

a selection of mixed media work

Meisie met die los tong 2019

Family Motto 2019

5.  MContemporary Australia https://mcontemp.com/

“Right of admission reserved” Cotton thread and rubber

6.  Millennium gallery, Pretoria https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Art-Gallery/Millennium-Gallery-269876733489843/ 

Installation view of my work in the group exhibition at Millennium gallery

Please contact the above galleries directly for more information about selected works.

I am happy to say that new work will be included in two group exhibitions at the end of this month…stay tuned for more information about that.

Until then, I hope you have a fabulous week. xxx

 

 

 

Available work

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Dear friends and patrons of the Arts…

Lately I have received a lot of interest in my work (through various channels and social media); which I am of course very pleased about. Thank you!

Currently I do not sell directly via my studio, since I am hard at work for upcoming exhibitions….

So, I decided to write a short update with images of available work through various galleries and their contact details… (in no specific order):

Herewith some, not all examples, of available work and gallery details: please contact them for a full list and more info…

*MContemporary gallery in Sydney, Australia- contact louise@mcontemp.com

( works include Meet me in the labyrinth, Hang in there, Right of admission reserved and Mediatrix)

Titles:”Meet me in the Labyrinth” and “Hang in there”

Titles: “Right of admission reserved” and “Mediatrix”

next…

* Millenium gallery in Pretoria contact Ronel van der Vyfer: ronelvdv@gmail.com (Fuck perishableness and Ugly thing rearing its head)

Fuck perishableness/ Fok vergangklikheid

An ugly thing rearing his head/Lelike ding wat sy kop uitsteek

Next…

*99 Loop gallery in Cape Town: contact gallery@99loop.co.za for works eg:

(Until death do us part and It’s not over until the fat lady sings)

Until death do us part 2018

It’s not over until the fat lady sings 2018

next:

*Everard Read gallery in Franschoek: contact karla@everard.co.za for works like “(k)not of snakes” and “In warm water”

(k)not of snakes 215 x 108 cm cotton thread and rubber 2018

“In warm water” 2017 Cotton thread, doillies, and rubber 63 x 128 cm

and last but not least:

*Rossouw Modern gallery in Hermanus, contact info@rossoumodern.com for a list of available works ranging from sculptures to portraits etc:

Fountain of youth, 63 x 48 cm Cotton thread, batting, rubber and wood- framed (photographer Kleinjan Groenewald)

Hungry Eyes 45 x 23 x 45 cm fabric, found objects, cotton thread and rubber 2017 (Photographer JP Hanekom)

Please feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions or head over to my contact page should you wish to send me a private message…

Best wishes

xxx

 

 

 

Hang-ups..

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I have learned since art school not to be too precious about an artwork, and sometimes, when one revisit an older piece, to rework it again…do you do it sometimes too?

That is what happened to this piece now referred to as “Hang-ups”. It used to be a diptych titled: “The world at her fingertip”, but after I severed the cord and removed the world; I transformed the string into a noose.

This piece ‘hangs out’ at the Paradigm Gallery in the group exhibition: Stitched Part 1, and haha-mag.com did a lovely write-up of my work included in this exhibition.  (see link below)

 

The Work of Hannalie Taute

via Beauty In The Eye of The Beholder – The Embroidery Work of Hannalie Taute — HAHA MAGAZINE

Thanks for the feature xxx

 

Bosch in Africa

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I’m also participating in another exciting group exhibition: Bosch in Africa! Curated by Sandra Hanekom, and inspired by Hieronymus Bosch of course.

I’ve made 6 small pieces for this show.  I like to refer to these as my:

“Bosch in Afrikaans” series.

They were inspired by the pages in a lovely book called: Kinderland.

I used some pages which made reference to witches and decided to embroider some Boschian characters on rubber.

 

"Boomheks"

“Boomheks”

Groot vogel

Groot vogel

"Tamaai mond"

“Tamaai mond”

"Verlore toorgoed (eier)"

“Verlore toorgoed (eier)”

"Plat op sy rug"

“Plat op sy rug”

Verlore toorgoed (sprokie)

Verlore toorgoed (sprokie)

All the above have been framed for the exhibition, but unfortunately I don’t have photos of it except for this one: (which should give you an idea of what they look like now)

unnamed

If you want to see more about this exhibition, then check out their page on Facebook.  I am not on Facebook anymore otherwise I would have added a link for you 😉

The Woordfees in Stellenbosch runs from the 1st of March until the 12th. Enquiries: zelda.hamilton@gmail.com

“Shell” I stay, or “shell” I go?

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"Shell" I stay, or 'shell' I go? Embroidery on rubber and found cloth. 2014

“Shell” I stay, or ‘shell’ I go? Embroidery on rubber and found cloth. 2014

“A creature that hides and ‘withdraws into its shell’ is preparing a ‘way out’.  This is true in the entire scale of metaphors.  From the resurrection of a man in his grave, to the sudden outburst of one that has long been silent.  If we remain at the heart of the image under consideration, we have the impression that, by staying in the motionlessness of its shell, the creature is preparing temporal explosions, not the say whirlwinds, of being.  The most dynamic escapes take place in cases of repressed being…”

P111  from the book: The poetics of space by Gaston Bachelard (see here)

I read these words by Gaston Bachelard while working on this piece above for a group show which opens at the end of July, called :

The Industrial Karoo: Fear and loss.  (curated by Katie Barnard du Toit)

This work as well as another is on its way to Bloemfontein, but I will post more information about this exhibition closer to the time.

PS: The title is deliberately (mis)spelled like that.