AFTERMATH EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS
On the 24th of June 2023, the Heritage House (APS) opened its doors to open “AfterMath” exhibition. The atmosphere was buzzing with anticipation as visitors entered the gallery space, ready to experience the printmaking world. The opening of "AfterMath" showcased the works of young, upcoming artists who continues to push the boundaries of traditional printmaking techniques and concepts.
Stepping into the exhibition, one could immediately sense the vibrant and electric vibes that filled the air. "AfterMath" captured the essence of a society grappling with the aftermath of challenging times, inviting viewers to reflect on the complex web of social fabric that shapes our lives and communities. The exhibition's concept text, "Singazazi Ukuthi Siyaphi Kodwa Sazi Ukuthi Sivelaphi," resonated with visitors, urging them to contemplate their place in the world and the profound truths hidden within their own experiences.
The "AfterMath" exhibition proudly features the works of eight talented artists who represent a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences. Among the showcased artists are Ben Mphande, Bekezela Mabena, Betinho Mokwane, Hlavutelo Ngobeni, Samukelo Gqola, Thabo Skhosana, Tshogofatso Nkhumeleng, and Seza Zitha. Each artist brings a unique perspective and a mastery of their chosen printmaking technique, challenging viewers to reconsider their history, traditions, culture, and religion.
After the overwhelming impact of the global pandemic, "AfterMath" served as a beacon of introspection. The exhibition was not merely a display of technical skill; it was an exploration of the human experience in all its complexities. By engaging with a variety of visual mediums and unique perspectives on printmaking techniques and concepts, the artists dismantled preconceived notions and reimagined the social factors that shape our lives.
Visit UsThe "AfterMath" exhibition is open for art enthusiasts and curious visitors alike until 31 July. To view the show, simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange your visit. For those unable to visit physically, you can explore the exhibition and purchase prints online by visiting our ONLINE STORE.
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