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Artist Proof Studio exhibition

Rise or Fall? (An unknown tomorrow)
Since Artist Proof Studio’s inception in 1991 they have welcomed and encouraged dialogue and collaboration across racial, political and socio-economic boundaries.  Always at the core of APS’s vision and mission as a printmaking studio is the promotion of social cohesion, mutual understanding, diversity and the development of artists as ‘active citizens’.
This brand new exhibition at the Pretoria Arts Association reinforces APS’s position against femicide and xenophobia; indeed all acts of violence and discrimination. It offers insight into the complexities faced by Africans in establishing a sense of identity, position and value in the world.

Alex Nkuna - Yesterday will never return
Beth McAlphine - Scatterlings
Bokang Mankoe - Dimensional worm whole
David Madlabane - Re-defining spaces
David Madlabane - Spaces
Donald Makola - Equal opportunities
Donald Makola - Equal opportunities
Fleur de Bondt - Fertility
Gildo Soares - O Fazedor II
Goolam Saber - Step 1
Heidi Mielke - Something fishy
Joel Mpah Dooh - My Jozy
Joel Mpah Dooh - I'm so confused
Justice Mathonsi - Swa Vutomi Aswi Heli
Leboang Motaung - Had to make it on my own
Lindo Zwane - Ithemba Elihle
Methembe Hlelo Molefe - Demarcation
Pule Ratsoma - Neither from, nor toward
Raymond Fuyana - Silence of hell II
Reneilwe Mathibe - She shall see
Sizwe Khoza - Aneni (God is with me)
Sizwe Khoza - Anochengeta (The Lord keeps)
Sizwe Khoza - Ariko (There is God)
Thabang Lehobye - Mpumalanga journey I
Thabang Lehobye - Mpumalanga journey II
Thabang Lehobye - Mpumalanga journey III
Thuli Lubisi - Breaking borders I
Thuli Lubisi - Breaking borders II
Thabang Molefe - Rise or Fall (an unknown tomorrow)
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