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  September 2016 
Current Exhibitions | Artist In Residency | Special Events | Beyond our Borders
Current Exhibitions 
Maurice Mbikayi - Mulami Mushidimuka (2016)
Florine Demosthene, Consumed, (2016) 
Group Exhibition

Ayana V Jackson | Mary Sibande | Florine Demosthene | Andrew Tshabangu | Joël Mpah Dooh | Raél Jero Salley 
Gallery MOMO Johannesburg

Gallery MOMO takes the opportunity during the winter period to curate a show that showcases a variety of artists presented by the gallery.  For the winter 2016 programme, Gallery MOMO is exhibiting previously unseen artworks in Johannesburg by artists Ayana V Jackson as well as Florine Demosthene. Adding to this distinguished list, Gallery MOMO Johannesburg also incorporates artworks by Andrew Tshabangu, Joël Mpah Dooh, Raél Jero Salley and Mary Sibande. 


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7th Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg
Florine Demosthene - Getting Got (2016)
Maurice Mbikayi, Billele: Dressing for an occasion, (2016)
 
Group Exhibition | GEODESY (- 33. 923 429, 18. 413935)  

Dillon Marsh | Jonathan Freemantle | Martin Wilson | George Hallet | Maurice Mbikayi | Florine Demosthene | Joël Mpah Dooh 
Gallery MOMO Cape Town
4 August - 3 September 2016


Gallery MOMO Cape Town is pleased to announce their first Group Show for 2016, GEODESY (-33.923429, 18.413935), which will open on the 4th of August and run until the 3rd of September 2016.

Geodesy probes the sources to our surrounding landscape and how the two-dimensional depictions of landscapes have for centuries been a reference to generate understanding with our relationship to nature. Individual artists, who form part of this exhibition, uses nature, GEODESY is an exhibition that explores mankind’s endless curiosity with space and how it contributes to our awareness of dignity and limitations. GEODESY and soil as an integral ingredient in the production of their artworks.
 

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  170 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town

Artist In Residency 
Joël Mpah Dooh | Gallery MOMO Johannesburg

Gallery MOMO is pleased to announce that Cameroonian artist, Joël Mpah Dooh, is our new artist in residency at Gallery MOMO Johannesburg. Mpah is creating new works for his upcoming exhibition in October 2016.



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Greg Tate: FlyBoy Goes South | Gallery MOMO Johannesburg
Writer, Storyteller, Extraordinaire, Music Conductor, Social-Scientist, and overall one of the most respected cultural Philosophers in and around the world. Greg Tate has written cover stories for the likes Down Beat, Jazz Times, The New York Times, Vibe, Village Voice, The Glendora Review (Nigeria), and Chimurenga (in South Africa).  Be sure to catch him in either Johannesburg or Cape Town for one of his talks. For more information please contact Karen karen@gallerymomo.com | 0113273247 

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Special Events  

Joburg Art Fair
9 September - 11 September 2016

  

Ayana V. Jackson | Joël Mpah Dooh | Maurice Mbikayi | Victor Ehikhamenor
 


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 Sandton Convention Centre
 

Pemba's Studio at Joburg Art Fair  


  

Gallery MOMO presents a reenactment of George Pemba's Studio.


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 Sandton Convention Centre
 
Beyond our Borders 
EXPO CHICAGO




 

Gallery MOMO will be exhibiting at EXPO Chicago 2016 from 22 - 25 September 2016. The EXPO features 145 leading galleries, representing 22 countries and 53 cities from around the world. Countries represented at the EXPO include: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Korea, Lebanon, Mexico, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, and Uruguay.


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 372 W Ontario Suite 502, Chicago IL 60654 
 
Ayana V. Jackson at Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts


        Ayana V Jackson, Stella, (2016)       
 
Mary Sibande at FramerFramed



Mary Sibande is taking part in an exhibition at 
Framer Framed, titled Re[as]sisting Narratives, the exhibition opens on the 28th of August 2016 - 16th of October 2016.

"The exhibition explores lingering legacies of colonialism between South Africa and the Netherlands through engaging with contemporary artists from both countries. Re(as)sisting Narratives is a result of a two-year project with South African based partners: District Six Museum and Centre for Curating the Archive.

Participating artists explore broader themes such as race, gender, memory, trauma and spatiality in their work. This multi-media group exhibition features Mary Sibande, Sethembile Msezane, Mohau Modisakeng, Athi-Patra Ruga, Burning Museum Collective, Toni Stuart & Kurt

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   I Jpromenade 2 1031 KT Amsterdam

 


Maurice Mbikayi Announced for Luxembourg Art Prize


 
Maurice Mbikayi, Untitled. (2016)

Gallery MOMO is proud to announce the nomination of Maurice Mbikayi for the  Luxenbourg Art Prize 2016 as well as participating at 1:54 London
 
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Roger Ballen
Photographic works Exhibition
China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing
Theatre of the Absurd
September 2016 - October 2016



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 No.8 Hua Jia Di Nan St., Chao Yang District, Beijing, P. R. China, Zip: 100102   
 
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