New limited edition print release by Kilmany-Jo Liversage 1 November 2019Read More
Most observers of art are familiar with Gavin Rain’s arrangements of colourful dots that surprise by morphing into portraits of iconic people when they step back or look at the paintings through the camera on their cell phones. This style of painting has won Rain accolades the world over with galleries in major cities regularly showing his paintings at exhibitions and art fairs. As a result he has not had a solo exhibition in South Africa since 2009 and WORLDART is pleased to host his first since then at its gallery in Cape Town. The exhibition will open on Thursday 3 October and will run through to 31 October 2019.Read More
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WORLDART is pleased to host an exhibition of paintings by a group of local graffiti artists considered by their peers and curator Warren Maroon as some of the most active and respected in their field at present.Read More
Gavin Rain has recently spent time at Blackriver Studio in Cape Town where, under the watchful eye of master printer Wim Legrand, they produced a seventeen-colour screen print of his popular rendition of Marilyn Monroe.
Kilmany-Jo Liversage’s first solo exhibition in Cape Town since 2016 will take place from 4 July – 15 August. The exhibition will be hosted by her representing gallery, WORDLART, and its neighbour, the Association for Visual Arts gallery (the AVA), where she had her first solo exhibition in 2003. The two galleries are situated directly opposite each other in Cape Town’s cbd at 54 and 35 Church Street respectively. The exhibition, titled FEMFLEKTA719, will feature large format portrait and still life paintings in which she combines fine art and street art elements to create images with a strong urban feel.
Towards the end of 2018 we were introduced to two young artists currently living and working in Johannesburg. These two recent art graduates, Mncedi Madolo with a National Diploma in Fine Arts from the Walter Sisulu University, majoring in painting, and Teresa Kutala Firmino with a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from Wits University, impressed with strong, well-executed concepts and dedicated enthusiasm.Read More
Speakers Corner at 37 Parliament Street in Cape Town is a newly renovated building in the historical heart of the city’s cbd. WORLDART has been invited to exhibit work in this renovated space and we happily obliged. On view at present are artworks by Kilmany-Jo Liversage, Norman O’Flynn and Dion Cupido.
WORLDART is pleased to present FREEDOM OF THE STREETS, a solo exhibition of paintings by Selvin November. The exhibition will run from 6 – 27 June at the WORLDART gallery in Cape Town. Words like “slavery” and “freedom” are sometimes used without much thought of its real meaning and implication to many people. For Selvin November, a forty nine-year old artist from Cape Town, these words have a particular meaning.Read More