Curatorial Projects 2024

  • Manfred Zylla. Odyssey. Michaelis Galleries, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town. February 2024.  
  • Investec Cape Town Art Fair. February 2024. Legacy presented a capsule version of the exhibition Being/Present with work by Bruce Arnott & Carine Terreblanche, Paul du Toit & Usen Obot and Barend de Wet & Martine Margoles
  • Being/Present. The Gallery at Glen Carlou. January – March 2024. Curated as a response to the prevalent categorisation of, and disconnection from current discourse surrounding recently deceased artists, typically those who have passed away within the last decade. The exhibition aimed to tether deceased artists to present discourse instead of confining them solely to the past. Works by deceased and practising artists’ works were paired or clustered together with the aim of stimulating new conversations and producing new knowledge. Bruce Arnott & Carine Terreblanche; Peter Clarke & Willem Boshoff and Manfred Zylla; Barend de Wet & Martine Margoles; Grada Djeri & Elzahn Nel and Monique Prinsloo; Paul du Toit & Usen Obot; Benon Lutaaya & Chepape Makgato and Patrick Seruwu; Walter Meyer & Johann Louw; Jurgen Schadeberg and Pierre Crocquet & Lindeka Qampi. The catalogue is available on request. 

Curatorial Projects 2023

  • Rethinking the Face – A South African Perspective. Berni Searle, Nomusa Makhubu and Zana Masombuka. Panoramic Festival, Granollers and Barcelona, Spain. October/November 2023. Read more about this project on my blog page. 
  • Ex Libris / from the libraries of… This group exhibition explored the interconnectedness between two immersive artforms, visual art and literature. Participating artists included Henry Coombes (Mauritius), Karlien de Villiers, Chepape Makgato and Elzahn Nel. Breytenbach Centre, Wellington, South Africa. August/September 2023. Read more about this exhibition on my Blog page.

Curatorial Projects 2022

  • Bruce Arnott and Paul du Toit – Sculptures. Investec Cape Town Art Fair. February 2022.

Mentorship

  • This mentorship programme is designed to assist artists with Art and Business Administration. It is funded through the sale of a specially produced Paul du Toit silkscreen. The project was launched in February 2022 with Elzahn Nel as the first mentee. Contact Heidi Erdmann if you would like to be considered for this program.   
Paul du Toit. Hello & Goodbye.
Silkscreen
Produced by Black River Studio, Cape Town
81 x 70cm Edition / 12
2001 (2022)