70-74 Bree Street,
Cape Town CBD,
Cape Town, 8001
Monday – Friday
09:00 – 17:00
Every first & third Saturday (for events only)
10:00 – 14:00 Visit Website
A three-story gallery based in the heart of the CBD. Youngblood’s main focus is to provide a platform for up and coming artists to start off and continue from.
Showing at Youngblood until the 31st of January 2020.
“And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince
Guinness World Records
Largest Display of Origami BUTTERFLIES
Solo exhibition REAWAKENING by Buhle Nkalashe
Artist Proof Studio
The annual third year student Exhibition
A SPECIAL PRESENTATION
By Rory Emmet
Argentine Tango Milonga
Artist Proof Studio is particularly proud to present their graduate exhibition, RESIST. The work created by 16 students reflects and resists the challenges in a difficult and unequal South African environment.
They have demonstrated team spirit and engagement and individual hard work in their quest to achieve excellence for their final 3rd-year body of work.
Their images expressed through a range of printmaking techniques include etching, linocut, screenprint and mixed media – convey personal and social stories that are moving and compelling.
Buhle Nkalashe (b. 1994, South Africa) is a full-time visual independent artist. Nkalashe is mostly known for his paint and mixed media which is a combination of charcoal, acrylic paint, oil paint and oil pastels. His paintings
revolve around the growth of African people through design and show how traditional patterns have evolved and contributed to a contemporary style. This, he realised is a symbol of identity. He lives and works from Cape Town,
Nkalashe had his debut solo, The New African, at Youngblood Africa Gallery (2018) in Cape Town. He also participated in several group exhibitions, to name a few, Top 100 for the Sanlam Portrait awards (2017); Woordfees (2019);Africa’s Art Collective Seasons at the Julie Miller Institute (2019) and Saatchi Online Campaign (South African Emerging Artist) (2019). Nkalashe was also invited by Red Room Contemporary Gallery to exhibit at the
Turbine Art Fair (2019).
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