Past Loans

Deborah Poynton’s Interior with Red Tub (1998) and Zander Blom’s The Black Hole Universe, Chapter 2. Scene 041 Berlin (2010) included in ‘Home Truths’ at Iziko South African National Gallery and at Sanlam Art Gallery, curated by Professor Michael Godby. The exhibition runs from May 2016 – November 2016 at Iziko South African National Gallery and till  March 2017 at Sanlam Gallery.

Deborah Poynton, Interior with Red Tub, 1998 Zander Blom_The Back Hole Universe, Chapter 2-Scene 041, Berlin_0092

Penny Siopis’ Swarm (2011) included in ‘Air: Inspiration – Expiration’ at Standard Bank Gallery, curated by Cyril Coetzee. The exhibition runs from October 2016 – December 2016.

Penny Siopis, Swarm, 2011

Misheck Masamvu’s Behind locked doors does not feel safe anymore (2014) and Ayanda Mabulu’s Intelligent FoolPrimitive Weapon. Contaminated ThoughtsUmvandedwa Wamaphupha (Fear of living black) (all 2010) included in ‘The Circus and the Zoo’ at Michaelis Galleries, curated by Nkule Mabaso. The exhibition runs from 14 June – 19 July 2016.

Masamvu, Misheck_Behind locked doors does not feel safe anymore, 2014_0392Ayanda Mabulu_Intelligent Fool_0086Ayanda Mabulu_Primitive Weapon Conteminated Thoughts_0085Ayanda Mabulu_Umvandedwa Wamaphupha (Fear of living black)_0084
Gerald Machona’s Flagging the Nation (2012) included in the 20th Sydney Biennale, curated by Stephanie Rosenthal. The Biennale runs from 18 March—5 June 2016 across multiple venues in Sydney

Gerald Machona, Flagging the Nation, 2012

Penny Siopis’ Love (2011) included in ‘Time and Again: A Retrospective of Penny Siopis’ at WAM, curated by Fiona Rankin-Smith. The exhibition runs from April – July 2015

Penny Siopis, Love, 2007

Penny Siopis’ Swarm (2011) and Love (2007) included in ‘Time and Again: A retrospective exhibition by Penny Siopis’ at Iziko SANG, curated by Ernestine White. The exhibition runs from December 2014 – March 2015.

Penny Siopis, Swarm, 2011  Penny Siopis, Love, 2007