Entries by Usen Obot

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

Silk and Steel

 
The SILK AND STEEL EXHIBITION is a re-examination of the intrinsic roles and invaluable contributions of women in transcending history. The exhibition is a gender dialogue that is only purposed to facilitate the discourse around, expressions and views on women’s contributions, and how these are located in contemporaneity but also seeks to showcase the

NEWNOWNEXT EASTERN CAPE 2014

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
NEWNOWNEXT EASTERN CAPE 2014 aims to discover exciting new talent in contemporary art and showcase their work locally and nationally. Open to any person practising art as an amateur artist, art student or self-taught artist that lives in South Africa. The three winning artists will each receive 15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 rands

Redefinition of the status quo

The Redefinition of The Status quo – Collector’s Edition exhibition suggests that the ubiquity of art should be changing or aiding in the way we relate to other, and should lead to place-based communities becoming more cohesive. In tandem, visual art enables greater connectivity between otherwise disparate groups or ages, making it easy for people