On Auction Mandlenkosi Mavengere 'My artworks bring into conversation and discussion, the issues of migration and labour relations in our contemporary society. I migrated from Zimbabwe to South Africa crossing borders, had my identity checked at immigrations, and I arrived to fit-in, in a multi-racial country. My banknote artworks (significantly etchings and linocuts) are a framework within which one can observe the issues of migration with relevance to socio-economic divergence and convergence.'

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Mbongeni Fakudze Consciousness on CAnvas The experience of conciousness is like being immersed in deep clear waters. As a stream it flows. Connected, intrinsic , inseparable. Explore Browse Works For Sale Olwethu de vos Regardless of her race, status and skin colour; He knows that he desires her every time he lays eyes upon her. His upbringing says it's wrong, his morals say it's wrong, his ethics say its wrong.
But he just cannot help himself, he finds himself gazing in her direction whatever chance he gets. What is this? She is phenomenally beautiful. That's what it is.
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On Auction Cromwell Ngobeni his work is in seeks to confront and heal from inner pain and anguish, Cromwell Ngobeni's utilisation of art as a positive outlet has seen him refine his skill Explore

First Annual Art Auction - 3 December 2020,
Killarney Country Club

PHILANTHROPHY AND ART CHANGE LIVES OF SA WOMEN

PHILANTHROPHY AND ART CHANGE LIVES OF SA WOMEN

You are invited to attend the anticipated first annual art auction hosted by the Smile Artists Africa Project. Smile Artists Africa is founded by Dr Brian Monaisa, an internationally renowned Plastic Surgeon whose passions extend beyond the usual nip tuck. Dr Monaisa has pledged to donate a selection of his favourite art pieces for the auction because “art is to be enjoyed for a period and then shared”.

The project has collaborated with 14 independent local artists such as Azael Langa, Cow Mash and Cromwell Ngobeni to name a few, to create exclusive art pieces esteemed art lovers and collectors would dream of owning. The auction will be conducted by Anton Welz, a renowned auctioneer who has expressed his support to this cause. 

Please note, all proceeds and contributions from the auction will be donated towards breast reconstruction surgery for select breast cancer survivors in South Africa.

Date

3 December 2020, Thursday

Time

17:00 for 17:30

Venue

Killarney Country Club

First Annual Art Auction -
3 December 2020, Killarney Country Club

PHILANTHROPHY AND ART CHANGE LIVES OF SA WOMEN

PHILANTHROPHY AND ART CHANGE LIVES OF SA WOMEN

You are invited to attend the anticipated first annual art auction hosted by the Smile Artists Africa Project. Smile Artists Africa is founded by Dr Brian Monaisa, an internationally renowned Plastic Surgeon whose passions extend beyond the usual nip tuck. Dr Monaisa has pledged to donate a selection of his favourite art pieces for the auction because “art is to be enjoyed for a period and then shared”.

The project has collaborated with 14 independent local artists such as Azael Langa, Cow Mash and Cromwell Ngobeni to name a few, to create exclusive art pieces esteemed art lovers and collectors would dream of owning. The auction will be conducted by Anton Welz, a renowned auctioneer who has expressed his support to this cause. 

Please note, all proceeds and contributions from the auction will be donated towards breast reconstruction surgery for select breast cancer survivors in South Africa.

Date

3 December 2020, Thursday

Venue

Killarney Country Club

Time

17:00 for 17:30

Empower female cancer survivors.

Breast cancer ranks in the top five most common cancers amongst South African women. Strides have been made in diagnosis and therapeutic surgery, but there remain gaps in the ability to get reconstructive surgery, and Smile Artists Africa aims to contribute towards reducing this burden and helping African women to achieve breast reconstruction.