Entries by Usen Obot

Ambassador’s Footprint

Artists: Lorinda Pretorious, Banele Njadayi, Mathias Chirombo, Johan Bloom, Siyabonga Ngaki
From March 10 to April 10, 2016
Opening Function : Thursday March 10, 2016 at 6.30pm
Galerie NOKO is proud to present an exhibition by diverse artists titled  ‘Ambassador’s Footprint’ . The exhibition premiered at the 4th Cape Town Art Fair, February 2016  in

SINNERS AND SAINTS – JOURNEY THROUGH WOMANHOOD

You are cordially invited to the opening of the ‘Sinners and Saints’ – journey through womanhood
Featured Artists
Clare Menck, Jennifer Ord, Sita Suzzane, Cleone Cull, Hannalie Taute, Bronwen Vaughan-Evans, Bev Butkow, Ephia Mbidi
DATE : Tuesday 25 August 2015
TIME: 5.30 for 6.00pm
VENUE :
Galerie NOKO
109 – 111 Russell Road
Richmond Hill, Port Elizabeth

NO CAVEAT – April 14, 2015

NO CAVEAT
This exhibition will lay bare the template of each of the artist’s metaphor to facilitate dialogue with
the audience. The usage of media in this show is varied as it encompasses water colour, Acrylic, oils
on various surfaces or support. The intrinsic leverage of these exhibits is to re-enforce creative
methodologies as prime

BREAKING SURFACE – February 4, 2015

BREAKING SURFACE
Breaking Surface draws from inherent capabilities and inexhaustible capacities of several artists. This
exhibition is conceptualized to usher in the year with visual metaphors and fresh sensibilities that
audiences in Port Elizabeth has not interacted with.
The exhibition seeks to project the multimedia dimensions and the dexterity of the artists in
foretelling, re-enacting

NO CAVEAT – April 14, 2015

This exhibition will lay bare the template of each of the artist’s metaphor to facilitate dialogue with the audience. The usage of media in this show is varied as it encompasses water colour, Acrylic, oils on various surfaces or support. The intrinsic leverage of these exhibits is to re-enforce creative methodologies as prime signatures in the pathway of

Factor X Discourse – May 2015

In recent times, contemporary African Art and Artists have triggered key discourses in the art world
as global art and culture spotlight is focused on the African continent.
Contemporary African art continues to thrill an ever-increasing circle of collectors, and Factor X
discourse will provide a critical insight into the multi-faceted visual art media and