New works will be Alice Goldin's third show at UCT's Irma Stern Museum, and go on exhibition from 4-28 March. Landscapes painted in and around Paris in 2008, during her residency at the Cite, will feature strongly, as they have done in the past. Her in-depth studies of trees are an outstanding aspect of her recent work. Early graphics, including woodcuts from the 1970s and 1980s, will be exhibited, as many of these are popular images that some collectors will be happy to see again. The Irma Stern Museum is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10h00-17h00. For more information, call 021 685 5686.
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