Diversity – a fiber group exhibition runs until the 29th of January, but if you cannot make it, The Rupert Museum kindly shared some installation images recently which I would like to share with you!
For more info feel free to visit their website to access the exhibition catalogue here:
Or you can access a virtual experience here:
I wish you a wonderful day
January 18, 2023
art, Contemporary Art, embroidery, exhibition, fiber art, hannalie taute, installation images, kunst, Rupert Museum, stitched art
“We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry. And we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their colour.” – Maya Angelou
Diversity Fiber Art Exhibition curated by Dal Botha is an extraordinary satellite exhibition of the South African Quilt Festival featuring artists from across South Africa.
So I am happy to announce that my work “The sly fox a cat and a fish magically appeared’ is included in this exhibition
The sly fox a cat and a fish magically appeared 2022 photographic print, thread and rubber 122 x 87.5 cm Hannalie Taute
This exhibition can be viewed from the 5th of October 2022 until the end of January 2023 at the Rupert Museum in Stellenbosch.
for more info please contact Dal Botha at email@example.com
October 3, 2022
art, artist, diversity, embroidery, fiber art, group exhibition, hannalie taute, Rupert Museum, tapestry, textile art
“The exhibition explores womxn through the work of local artists, either engaging directly with thread, fiber or textile as a medium of expression, or indirectly by referring to the connotations brought forth by the ideas associated with the exhibition title. Loaded with gender connotations and power hierarchies, fiber-based handicrafts such as crochet, embroidery, knitting, macrame, quilting, sewing, or other media referencing ideas and associations to threads provide a fitting platform to examine the roles and representations within and round womxn in our society.” (note from the curators)
I burn better in the dark (detail)
From time to time I get requests for available work, so I thought it a good time to update here:
“Change of Plans” 2020 Cotton thread and rubber Hannalie Taute
A change of plans is available at the Jan Rupert Art Centre in Graaff-Reineit. View the full catalogue here:
April Fool 2019 Cotton thread and rubber Hannalie Taute
April Fool is available via MContemporary Gallery in Australia, view the full catalogue here:
Boo Hoo 2020 Cotton thread and rubber Hannalie Taute
Boo Hoo is available via the Corrie Scribante Gallery/ Pencil Art Foundation view here:
Blah blah blah Cotton thread and rubber 67 x 55 cm 2020 Hannalie Taute
Blah Blah Blah will be available from The Viewing room Gallery. Inquiries can be made here:
Lost, 800 x 600 mm cotton thread and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute (my work photographed by Kleinjan Groenewald)
“Lost’ is available via the Gallery Grande Provance. Please contact them here:
Diana lyk so alleen 2021 Cotton thread, Fabriano and rubber Hannalie Taute
And last but not least, I have some works on paper available from my studio. You can view the list here:
Please use my ‘contact’ page for any other inquiries. Thank you xxxx
March 14, 2021 March 14, 2021
art, available work, contemporary South African art, embroidery, fiber art, Handstitched, hannalie taute, stitched, textile art
Our Mother who art our beloved earth…Happy Mothers day.
I recently learned about some of Mother Natures amazing creatures via a very entertaining series called: Absurd Planet:
I am in awe of some of the amazing tricks these creatures have to be able to survive in very interesting conditions, which made me think about a character in a Roald Dahl book….
“I thought up secret plans and clever tricks” said the crocodile in the story: The enormous crocodile by Roald Dahl.