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BEAN BAG ART (article first published : 2008-08-29)

Bean Bag Bohemia have decided to “slow things down to keep pace with the economy,” says Tamlyn Martin, art curator at this award-winning venue. “We are in the throws of putting together a Naked Heart event for mid-September which will envelope the Boho Precinct and show some dance and performance work from the Hilton Festival along with a mini Art in the Park.

The new shows will open on September 3 at 18h00 and will run until mid October:

In the Reception Gallery is Multiplicity" works by Peter Engblom to celebrate the KwaZulu Natal Institute for Architecture’s (KZNIA) successful bid to host the 25th International Union Of Architects World Congress in 2014. In true Engblom style the members of the KZNIA are graciously and victoriously depicted within the beautiful historical vistas of Torino, Italy, where the Durban stand won the show in June. Also on display will be documentation of the show stand and the team at work.

In The Cafe Gallery, there isl Rapture, offering works by Joanne Hoyer and Jacki Bruniquel’s Remember works. Both artists use montage and layering to create their beautifully evocative images, Hoyers work deals with the delicate nuances of femininity, whilst, Bruniquel's work places her identity within the lush expanses of sugar cane fields, she grew up in, on the KZN North Coast.

In The Salon Gallery we open " Celluloid Love " new works by Moya Evans Evans's new works explore the fleeting, yet memorable romance of old school cinema, now reduced to late night screening, for the lonesome, on obscure channels around the world, brashly tossed aside. Evans captures a few forgotten celluloid moments and brings them back to the light of day.

Also still showing in the Salons are works by Paul Shiakallis, Kerry Michau and Rani Pillay.




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