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Dynamic investment art and contemporary art space

 

The Art Eye Gallery and Studio situated in New Doornfontein, is a collaborative space that perpetuates this idea of free expression and community. AE The Studio, AE The Launchpad and AE The Project Room function in adjoining spaces, creating a synchronicity between traditional workshop spaces and exhibition spaces. AE The Launchpad and AE The Project Room are vibrant new spaces where we hope to explore the infinite scope of South African art making, by shining a light on new and upcoming artists.  Art Eye has continued to centre its focus on creating platforms for emerging and established artists to gain exposure and create sustainable visual arts careers. AE The Launchpad concomitantly bridges the gap between the formal exhibition space and workshop space allowing for artists to experiment, converse and express their innermost thoughts through the visual arts medium. The Art Eye Gallery and Studio is a venture dedicated to breaking down barriers and celebrating our diversity through Art. Our spaces exist in order to create visibility and conjure discussions around humanity, diversity and create a sense of community between artists and art buyers.

 

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            UPCOMING EXHIBITION

 

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CYCLE

 

LIONEL MURCOTT and SARAH GODSELL will read a programme of their poems chosen to echo and build on shared themes and moods

An exhibition of art work by Lionel Murcott will be on display as the back drop of the event.

Wine and snacks will be served in the interval

 

OPENING DATE: Wednesday 14th December 2016

TIME: 18:30pm - 20:30pm


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             CURRENT EXHIBITION

    

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THROUGH THE ROOF AND UNDERGROUND............

 

Artists Juanita Frier and John Vlismas share a wicked sense of humour and an observational sense of mischief.
Different eyes with a same lens, perhaps. These two have collided in the studio and the outcome is funny, profound, heartbreaking and uplifting.


 

 

 


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PAST EXHIBITION

 

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ENGAGING THE PLASTIC TIDE BY CASPER WHITEMAN

 

Casper Whiteman is a Master's degree student in the Department of Visual Art, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, University of Johannesburg. His degree exhibition is located within the domain of environmental art in visual art practice, where his artistic responses to marine plastic pollution examines the complex effects of plastic debris found in our oceans.


 

 

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