Genre – Group Exhibition

January 7, 2017

January 7, 2017

11:00 am To 6:00 pm

4 Bordeaux Street, Franschhoek, 7690 South Africa 

Event Description

The exhibition Genre relates to the artistic works by prominent South African artists combining different genres and categories of fine art from the traditional to the contemporary approach

FEATURED ARTISTS:

Henk Serfontein, Helena Hugo, Marinda Combrinck, Greta McMahon, Willem Pretorius , Diane McLean, Cedric Vanderlinden, Bretten–Anne Moolman, Peter Midlane, Greg Schultz ,Cobus van Bosch, Stephen Rosin, Peter van Straten ,Anthony Harris, Annelie Venter, Brahm van Zyl, Juria le Roux, James de Villiers, Marinda du Toit ,Rossouw van der Walt, Madelein Marincowitz ,Mathew Brittan, Tracy Payne, Debbie Field, James McCallum, Des Kleineibst , Aidon Westcott ,Corlie de Kock, Skye Burns, Nhlanhla Dumakude Nhlapo, Marna Hatting, Estelle Marais, Hubert Barichievy, JP Meyer, Diane Victor, Frikkie Eksteen, Jan Schutte, Brett Williams

Solo exhibition: Louis Nel – Chiaroscuro

7 January till 5 February 2017

Who is it for?All ages – Family

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WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time: Saturday, January 07, 2017 | 11:00 AM to Saturday, January 07, 2017 | 18:00 PM
Venue & Address : Moór Gallery Franschhoek & 4 Bordeaux Street, Franschhoek, 7690 South Africa

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Moór Gallery Franschhoek

4 Bordeaux Street, Franschhoek, 7690 South Africa 

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