“Diversity”

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“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.

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for more info please contact Dal Botha at dalbotha@netscape.net

Thread(ed)…you are invited!

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“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)

Studio update- Winter 2021

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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;-)

work in progress

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:

She does not hold water 63 x 48 cm Cotton thread, batting and rubber, wood- framed (Photographer Kleinjan Groenewald)

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….

Available work – March 2021

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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: http://www.findglocal.com/XX/Unknown/182074992401744/The-Corrie-Scribante-Gallery

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: https://www.stlorient.co.za/contact/

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: https://www.grandeprovence.co.za/blog/category/gallery-exhibitions/

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:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Ttti9ZSxS4Pms_3hicvgc1lgKqepJYvx

Please use my ‘contact’ page for any other inquiries. Thank you xxxx