What's on in June

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Liza Grobler, White Termite (9 May – 30 June)

BASA Arts Sponsorship

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Artinsure, together with Hollard Corporate Markets are sponsoring the roll out of the toolkit, which have taken place countrywide, Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.  Artinsure’s core business interest is in the development of the artsworld.

The Scream auctioned for a Record $119.9 million

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It took twleve nail biting minutes and five eager bidders for Edvard Munch's The Scream to sell for $119,9 million, becoming the world's most expensive work of art to sell at auction.

Exhibitions not to be missed in May

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Liza Grobler: White Termite (9 May – 20 June)

Circa on Jellicoe

Strijdom Van Der Merwe (Until 12 May)

Speke Photographic Show (Opens 24 May)

David Krut Projects

South African Heritage Under Attack

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This month the ISS, POLSA and Servamus in association with UNISA hosted a conference which addressed the crucial issues concerning South Africa’s natural and cultural heritage which has been under fierce attack over the past years.

de Kooning, Picasso and Tretchikoff redefining the male gaze

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For centuries women have occupied centre stage on the canvas, allowing men to shape art’s possibilities by painting her presence. Leonardo’s “Mona Lisa”, Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus, Manet’s “Olympia”, Picasso’s “Demoiselles d’Avignon.” Then Willem de Kooning arrived.

Despite the global recession, gallery attendance continues to climb.

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The annual survey of the best attended museums indicates that the Louvre in Paris tops the most visited art venue poll.

Holidays! We love them!

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Holidays! We love them! The April break has suddenly approached, presenting an ideal opportunity to indulge in good food and a little escape to somewhere enchanting. If you're planning a mini get away, you want to get excellent pictures documenting your adventures.

Exhibitions to see in April

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The first quarter of the year has swiftly passed by and as we march into the second quarter, we all look forward to a little time out over the Easter break.


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