The annual Michaelis graduate exhibition at Hiddingh Campus is a highlight of the South African art calendar, offering members of the public the chance to spot up-and-coming young artists and invest in their work. The 2015 exhibition opens on 11 December.
The annual graduate exhibition of students at the Michaelis School of Fine Art is a pivotal moment marking the end of an undergraduate journey and the launching of artistic careers.
“It sets the stage upon which new emerging talent enters, and potentially influences, the contemporary art scene”, says the school in its invitation to visitors.
This year's exhibition at the Hiddingh Campus in Orange Street opens at 18h00 on 11 December and runs until 16h00 on 19 December.
Here is a small taster of some of work on show:
Barnacle (wax paper, ink, Photoshop) by Caitlin Mkhasibe
Abacus (resin, glycerine soap) by Jolandi Coetzee.
Tramway Road, Sea Point (digital colour photograph) by Paris Brummer.
Les Etres D'Africadia (inkjet photographic print on Epson Hot Press natural paper) by Siwa Mgoboza
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