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ASIBUKE ABANTU (article first published : 2001-08-31)

An exhibition by invited artists will take place at the African Art Centre to complement the World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerances to be held in Durban shortly.

Titled Looking at People, it will feature the works of Humphrey Armitage, Andries Botha, Langa Magwa, Brigitte Maingard, Marianne Meijer, George Msimang, Welcome Dance, Sibusiso Duma, Sfiso ka-Mkame, Tando Mama, Gabasile Nkosi, Sharlene Khan, Lalitta Jawarlilal, Vincent Tshuluphi, Henry Mshololo, Joseph Manana and Sthembiso Sibisi.

“The exhibition explores the different ways of looking at people,” says AAC director Anthea Martin, “in which we actually look and not choose a stereotype. The works will be in many different media, paint, drawing, sculpture and mixed media.”

Looking at People will be opened officially on September 3 at 17h30 by the AAC Chairman, Dick Breytenbach.




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