Joburg exhibition showcases SA’s best black artists

The artworks, which were selected from the University of Fort Hare art collection, were declared a national cultural treasure in 1998.

The Standard Bank Gallery is exhibiting one of the country’s largest art collections by Black South African artists working between 1970 and 1990, A Black Aesthetic: A View of South African Artists.

Joburg exhibition showcases SA’s best black artists
Joburg exhibition showcases SA’s best black artists

Joburg exhibition showcases SA’s best black artists

The artworks, which were selected from the University of Fort Hare art collection, were declared a national cultural treasure in 1998.

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The Standard Bank Gallery is hosting an exciting exhibition of works created by black South African artists between 1970 and 1990.
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Your theatre guide this festive season

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