A Marvelous expo on the works of 3 very important SA artist will be on show from the 19th of November 2019.
ERIC LUBISI – was honored this year by UNISA ART GALLERY for his contribution to Art in South-Africa.
GERT POTGIETER – had an exhibition at the Pretoria ART MUSEUM with his welded metal sculptures depicting the life of ordinary people and their struggles in SA and over the world. He awakes our senses and open our eyes that we may care for the next person. His works is small monuments to the everyday people of this country.. YOU-TUBE GERT POTGIETER -welded metal sculptures – worthwhile to see the DVD clips.
ANTON DK – SA’s Renaissance ARTIST, Inspired by the Natural & Supernatural World of our Beautiful land.
Opening Address by Mr. Daniel Rankadi Mosako, Artist, Academic and Curator.
Daniel holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts (2001) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Museum and Heritage Studies (2010) from the University of Pretoria.
Daniel remains first and foremost a passionate practicing artist who have received many awards for his outstanding work such as the Finland Young Artist Awards, Sol Plaatjie Art Exhibition (First Prize), and Kempton Park Tembisa Ekhuruleni Art Awards (Top 15) to name a few.
Some of Daniel’s work form part of the prestigious art collections of Webber Wentzel Bowens law firm, Telkom, SASOL, Vodacom, UNISA, University of Pretoria, University of North-West, Mercedes SA, Ekhuruleni municipality, Pretoria Art Museum, DBSA, ATC SA, Olievenhuis Museum, ABSA, Ngoma art organization (Uganda), Insaka art organization (Zambia) and University of Stellenbosch.
Daniel is currently the curator of the Eduardo Villa Art Museum, University of Pretoria.
Daniel Masako has had a close relationship with Eric Lubisi and Gert Potgieter for many years as friend and fellow artists. He therefore has a qualified insight to the minds of the artists and their works on exhibition. We are indeed looking forward for him to share that with us. We are honoured and privileged to have this exhibition opened by Mr. Daniel Rankadi Mosako
1 Scott, St. Hartbeespoortdam, North West, South Africa.