03 Feb Contemporary South Africa at Thompson’s Galleries, UK
For over a decade, Thompson’s Gallery has formed personal bonds with South Africa. Whilst there, they have been captivated by the breadth of creative talent, which they are now thrilled to present to the UK in their first exhibition of carefully selected South African artists.
Three of our artists in the Rossouw Modern stable have been included in this year’s Contemporary South Africa group exhibition, Arend Louw, Thembalethu Manqunyana and Anton Smit.
This exhibition at 3 Seymor Place, London runs until 26 February and opening hours are Monday 10am – 5pm / Tuesday to Friday 10am – 6pm and Saturday 10.30am – 5.30pm, Sunday closed. Please visit the show if you are in London. The show will then move to their gallery in Harpenden.
Or visit the digital exhibition here
5% of the gallery profits of the exhibition will be donated to Ubuntu Pathways.
“Ubuntu Pathways is an extraordinary and deserving non-profit organization that provides an integrated support system of health, education, and social supporting the township of Gqeberha, South Africa (previously known as Port Elizabeth). I was first introduced to the work of the organisation through a great friend, and I could not think of a better time to bring awareness to the organisation.” Megan Thompson