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Wish we were there…

Faith47’s exhibition ‘Fragments of a Burnt History’ opened in Johannesburg at David Krut Projects last week and looked truly inspiring. We are gutted we couldn’t be there, but feel a little better that we got these photos by Rowan Pybus through, which we can share with you!

For anyone living in or visiting Johannesburg, the exhibition will run until mid January 2013.

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Recommended Shows & Exhibitions

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FAITH47

Large scale muralist Faith47 has a show opening in Johannesburg tomorrow night (8th) entitled ‘Fragments of a Burnt History’ at David Krut Projects. The exhibition will be comprised of an installation of found objects and artwork created in her studio in Cape Town.

To get an idea of what to expect check out this promo video..

FRAGMENTS OF A BURNT HISTORY – TEASER _ 2012 from FAITH47 on Vimeo.

Hiro Kurata

Ivory and Black in Soho are hosting a new exhibition by Japanese artist Hiro Kurata from 9th November until 7th December. ‘This land was your land’ is Kurata’s first London exhibition and presents his interpretation of the traditional Western approaches to portraiture and still life as well as making comment on the Western confusions between race and culture. There will be a private reception with the artist on Friday November 9th from 6.30 – 9.00 PM – RSVP at rsvp@ivoryandblack.com.

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