Athi-Patra Ruga and Buhlebezwe Siwani at the Foundation Louis Vuitton

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Athi-Patra Ruga and Buhlebezwe Siwani are include in the Art/Africa, le nouvel atelier exhibition at Fondation Louis Vuitton. Ruga and Siwani’s work will feature in the section titled Being There: South Africa, a contemporary scene. A selection of artists born in the 1980s, whose works examine South African identity…

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Lakin Ogunbanwo at Galeries Lafayette

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Lakin Ogunbanwo has been commissioned by Galeries Lafayette to create 11 window displays for the iconic building. As part of the Africa Now exhibition, Ogunbanwo’s display will be on show until the 10th of June 2017 at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, France. For more information click here….

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Moffat Takadiwa and Mohau Modisakeng at Galerie Des Galeries

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Moffat Takadiwa and Mohau Modisakeng are included in the group exhibition Le Jour Que Vient in Paris. The exhibition will take place from the 28th of March until the 10th of June 2017 at Galerie Des Galeries, 1st floor, Galeries Lafayette, 40 BD, Haussmann, 75009 Paris This exhibition designed by Marie-Ann Yemsi,…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Art Paris 2017

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce it’s participation in Art Paris 2017. The fair will take place from the 30th of March to the 2nd of April at the Galeries Nationales, Grand Palais in Paris. We will be presenting a solo booth (C8) of photographic and video works by Mohau Modisakeng. Hours. Thursday 30st March /…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at VOLTA NY 2017

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in VOTLA NY 2017 with a solo presentation by artist Mohau Modisakeng (Booth B09). In Modisakeng’s work the personal is political. Informed by his experience as a young boy in Soweto at the cross-roads of a violent political transition, Modisakeng uses memory as a portal between past and present…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Cape Town Art Fair 2017

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in the fifth edition of  Cape Town Art Fair, with a group presentation by artists Mohau Modisakeng, Dan Halter, Athi-Patra Ruga, Sanell Aggenbach,  Michael Taylor, and Buhlebezwe Siwani (Booth C4). The Cape Town Art Fair is taking place from 17 – 19 February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre…

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Gallery Closing Dates

Please note that WHATIFTHEWORLD will be closed from the 25th of December for the Christmas and New Year season. The gallery will reopen on the 3rd of January 2017 or by appointment. Happy Holidays!

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Athi-Patra Ruga at Woordfees 2017

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Stellenbosch University Woordfees have selected Athi-Patra Ruga as the 2017 Festival Artist, and will be presenting a retrospective exhibition of tapestries, video, and photograph works at the SU Woordfees 2017. The exhibition will run from the 3rd until the 12th of March, with a performance taking place on the…

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Dan Halter and Siwa Mgoboza at Nanjing International Art Festival

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Dan Halter and Siwa Mgoboza have been included in the The Third Nanjing International Art Festival in China. Historicode: Scarcity and Supply opens on the 12th of November 2016 and will be on show until the 12th of February 2017. Regardless of your viewpoint regarding the contemporary, it would be…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Untitled Art Miami Beach 2016

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in Untitled Art Miami Beach 2016 with a solo presentation by Paul Edmunds (Booth B46). Untitled Art Miami Beach is taking place from 30 November – 4 December at Ocean Drive and 12th Street, South Beach, Miami. Opening times are as follows: Wednesday, Nov 30, 11am–7pm Thursday, Dec 1, 11am–7pm…

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Athi-Patra Ruga lectures at Penny Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series

Athi-Patra Ruga has been invited to give a series of lectures hosted by the University of Michigan’s Penny Stamps Speaker Series. Titled “Queens in Exile,” Ruga’s lecture will come first to the MOCAD, on Friday, Nov. 4, from 7-10 p.m. The following Thursday, Nov. 10, he’ll be making his official Penny Stamps Speaker Series presentation…

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Mohau Modisakeng at Laumeier Sculpture Park

Mohau Modisakeng will be presenting a solo exhibition hosted by the Laumeier Sculpture Park, at the Whitaker Foundation Gallery in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Laumeier presents an indoor multimedia exhibition by South African artist Mohau Modisakeng in the Whitaker Foundation Gallery at the Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center, November 5, 2016–January 29, 2017. Mohau Modisakeng’s exhibition is the…

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Mohau Modisakeng at the 57th Venice Biennale

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Mohau Modisakeng has been selected to represent South Africa, along with Candice Breitz, at the South African Pavilion in the 57th Venice Biennale. The South African Department of Arts and Culture has appointed Connect Channel to organise the South African pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017. It…

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Lakin Ogunbanwo, Mohau Modisakeng, and Siwa Mgoboza at Lagos Photo

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Mohau Modisakeng, Lakin Ogunbanwo, and Siwa Mgoboza are included in the seventh LagosPhoto Festival. ‘Rituals and Performance: Inherent Risk’ opens on the 22nd of October, and runs until the 21st of November. The act of posing as a repetitive act that constructs an image or images which morph into…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at PERFORMA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that  Athi-Patra Ruga will be performing a collaborative piece titled Over the Rainbow –  at the 2016 Performa Gala in New York. Beloved Country’ will feature a special tribute to the power of the visual arts and performance in South Africa in honour of renowned curator Okwui Enwezor on the 1st…

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Simphiwe Ndzube wins 2016 Tollman Award

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Simphiwe Ndzube is this years recipient of the prestigious Tollman Award. The award is accompanied by a grant of R100 000, and is awarded to a young artist who has critical acclaim but limited resources to realize the full potential of their work. Previous winners include: Wim Botha, Churchill Madikida,…

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Dan Halter in 100 Geographies

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Dan Halter will be included in the group exhibition 100 Geographies, at the Stellenbosch Museum. The exhibition, hosted by the SSAG (Soceity of South African Geographers, will take place 29 September to 21 December 2016. The reception will take place at 18h30 on 29 September, at the Stellenbosch Museum, 52…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Joburg Art Fair 2016

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in the 2016 FNB Joburg Art Fair with a group presentation by artists Sanell Aggenbach, Mohau Modisakeng, John Murray, Simphiwe Ndzube, Athi-Patra Ruga, Rowan Smith, Ruby Swinney and Moffat Takadiwa (Booth 76). The Joburg Art Fair is taking place from 9 – 11 September in the Sandton Convention…

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Lyndi Sales at CIRCA

Castle in the Air is Lyndi Sales’ second solo exhibition at Circa Gallery in Johannesburg. This new body of work exists at the interface of art and rationalism, reason and wonder. Working with hand-woven textiles, sculptural installation and collage, she uses the “basic building blocks of the universe” as a departure point for her artistic enquiry. Whilst located…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD & Southern Guild in Johannesburg

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to introduce the launch of its new gallery space in Johannesburg, in collaboration with Southern Guild. The gallery is located at Trumpet, 19 Keyes Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg. This collaboration of contemporary art and collectible design presents a strong focus on leading artists and designers from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso, Mali, Senegal and South…

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Dan Halter at M HKA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Dan Halter has been included in ENERGY FLASH – The Rave Movement at the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen. Rave culture from the 1980s and 1990s was Europe’s last big youth movement. During this period of radical social and political change, rave, in its various guises, migrated around the continent…

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Lakin Ogunbanwo at BOZAR

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Lakin Ogunbanwo is included in the exhibition ‘Dey your Lane!’ as part of ‘Summer of Photography 2016’ in Brussels. ‘Dey your Lane!’ is a typical Lagos expression for ‘mind your own business’. When you realise that Lagos is one of the fastest growing cities in the world, with a…

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Mohau Modisakeng at the National Arts Festival

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce Lefa La Ntate, an exhibition of work by Mohau Modisakeng as part of his 2016 Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Visual Art. The exhibition takes place at the Monument Gallery in Grahamstown during the National Arts Festival 2016. The exhibition will run from 30th June until the 10th July…

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Cameron Platter at Depart Foundation

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Cameron Platter will be exhibiting a new body of work at Depart Foundation in Los Angeles. The exhibition U-SAVED-ME will be on show from 23 June until 24 September at Depart Foundation, 9105 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles. U-SAVED-ME is Cameron Platter’s first solo exhibition in the United States, featuring…

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Athi-Patra Ruga Performance in Denmark

Athi-Patra Ruga presents the newly conceived performance ‘The Decimation’ as part of the ‘An Age Of Our Own Making’ Performance Festival which is held from the 25-26 June 2016 in Roskilde Denmark. ‘An Age of Our Own Making’ is an exhibition project in three parts, the first part in Holbaek. The project examines the human and…

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Mohau Modisakeng at Tyburn Gallery

Mohau Modisakeng will be opening a solo exhibition, Bophirima at Tyburn Gallery, London, UK from 10 June to 17 September 2016. His new work’s title, Bophirima, is from the artist’s mother tongue Setswana, meaning ‘West’ or ‘where the sun sets’, but can also be interpreted as ‘twilight’ or ‘before dusk’. The series reflects on his own personal experiences of…

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Lakin Ogunbanwo at Red Hook Labs

Lakin Ogunbanwo’s latest series of photographs will form part of the group exhibition Nataal: New African Photography at Red Hook Labs in New York. The group show, which runs from 7 to 15 May 2016, features six contemporary photographers from Africa and its diaspora. The works of the selected artists, both emerging and internationally recognised, express…

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Michael Taylor at M Contemporary

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce Michael Taylor’s second solo exhibition at M Contemporary in Sydney Australia. The exhibition titled Jungle Husband will be on display from 7 to 29 May 2016. In his portraits, Taylor explores notions around masculinity, selfhood, and personal mythology. Themes of disillusionment, escapism, solitude, and longing, were important for the artist’s own interpretation of…

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Moffat Takadiwa & Mohau Modisakeng at WAM

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce the participation of Mohau Modisakeng and Moffat Takadiwa in the group exhibition When Tomorrow Comes. When Tomorrow Comes is currently on show at the Wits Art Museum in Johannesburg until the 29th May, after which it will move to the Michaelis Galleries in Cape Town from 11 July to 5…

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Dan Halter & Mohau Modisakeng at the Weserberg Museum

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that works by Dan Halter and Mohau Modisakeng will be exhibited, alongside other works from the Reydan Weiss Collection, at the Weserberg Museum in Germany. The exhibition, I Prefer Life marks the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Weserberg Museum. I Prefer Life will run from 20 May until 26…

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Dan Halter in Rennie Collection

Dan Halter forms part of the Rennie Museum’s permanent collection and current exhibition titled  Winter 2015: Collected Works – a major group exhibition featuring 41 prominent and emerging artists. The exhibition, which runs until 20 May 2016, brings together a variety of practices and media and aims to reveal the chaos of the world by addressing enduringly…

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Mohau Modisakeng at Galerie Ron Mandos

Mohau Modisakeng’s new solo exhibition titled ENDABENI  is currently on show at Galerie Ron Mandos in Amsterdam. ENDABENI, which opened on the 17th of February, is Modisakeng’s first solo exhibition in The Netherlands and will be on until the 2nd of April. Click here for more information  

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The Armory Show 2016

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in The Armory Show 2016 with a solo presentation of work by Dan Halter (Booth 550). The Armory Show will take place from 3 – 6 March at Pier 94 in New York. Dan Halter’s work engages with empire and the continued impact of colonialism on the African continent….

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Michele Mathison at Tyburn Gallery

Michele Mathison’s debut solo exhibition at Tyburn Gallery (London) titled Uproot will be on show from 5 February until 19 March. Through the manipulation of various materials, Mathison transforms everyday objects into charged artistic declarations. Informed by his own migratory experience, living primarily in South Africa and Zimbabwe, his sculptures and installations form a visual language…

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Gallery Closing Dates

Please note that WHATIFTHEWORLD will be closed over the Christmas and New Year season. The gallery will however be open on the following dates: Tuesday, 29 December & Wednesday, 30 December. WHATIFTHEWORLD will reopen on the 5th of January 2016 or by appointment. Happy Holidays!        

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Nico Krijno in Romantik

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Nico Krijno will be participating in the group exhibition Romantik at August Produzentengalerie, Cologne, Germany. The exhibition runs from the 26th November until the 6th December 2015. Romance – What it is capable of, where are its limits? There is the thesis, that romance is displaced by the humans putative need…

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Pierre Fouché and Athi-Patra Ruga in Queer Threads Exhibition

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce the inclusion of Pierre Fouché and Athi-Patra Ruga in the group exhibition Queer Threads curated by John Chaich, and organised by the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. Twenty-six artists from around the world remixing fiber traditions and materials to explore contemporary LGBTQ identities and ideas. The exhibition opens at…

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Mohau Modisakeng wins the 2016 Standard Bank Young Artists Award

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that artist Mohau Modisakeng wins the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for 2016. “Bringing visual art to the table is Soweto born Mohau Modisakeng. Known primarily as a sculptor, Mohau is a multidisciplinary artist who has ventured into film, installation, performance, and large-scale photographic prints. A Masters graduate from UCT’s…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at Theatre National De Chaillot

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Athi-Patra Ruga’s debut performance It is Only in the Black of Night That You Can See the Stars will take place from 3-5 November at Theatre National De Chaillot in Paris, France. This performance will form part of the Lumières d’Afriques initiative. Click here for further information  

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Michele Mathison at Zeitz MOCAA Pavilion

WHATIFTHEWORLD and Zeitz MOCAA are pleased to announce that Michele Mathison’s installation Harvest will be presented at the Zeitz MOCAA Scheryn Pavilion. Originally previewed at the exhibition Dudziro in the Zimbabwean Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2013, Harvest opens on 7 November (12pm – 8pm) and will run until 17 January 2016. Entry is free and open to all….

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Mohau Modisakeng at MoCADA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Mohau Modisakeng will be participating in the group exhibition DIS/PLACE at the Museum of Contemporary Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) in Brooklyn, NY. The exhibition opens on Saturday, 17 October and will run until 17 January 2016. Displacement, or a state of being rooted in uprootedness, is a consequence of colonial conquest in Africa…

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Pierre Fouché at Museum of Fine Arts Boston

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Pierre Fouché’s work is included in Crafted: Objects in Flux at the Henry and Lois Foster Gallery (Gallery 158), Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This group exhibition, which runs until 10 January 2016,  is the first of its kind within an encyclopedic museum to explore the broad possibilities of…

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Sanell Aggenbach at Aardklop 2015

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Sanell Aggenbach was selected as the festival artist for the 2015 Aardklop festival. A solo exhibition of Aggenbach’s work, titled Atopia, will be presented at the North-West University in Potchefstroom from 5  – 10 October 2015. Through this presentation of a new series of paintings and scukptures, Aggenbach renews her…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD artists at Tyburn Gallery

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that artists Dan Halter, Michele Mathison, Mohau Modisakeng, Lakin Ogunbanwo, Athi-Patra Ruga,  and Moffat Takadiwa are participating in ‘Broken English’ at Tyburn Gallery, London. The ‘Broken English’ group exhibition is the Tyburn Gallery’s inaugural exhibition and will be on display from 18 September to 28 October 2015. Click here for further information…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at In Situ Paris

In Situ Gallery, presents the exhibition A Land Without A People… For A People Without A Land by WHATIFTHEWORLD artist Athi-Patra Ruga. The exhibition runs from 10 September until 31 October 2015 at In Situ, Paris, France. Azania is a borderless country, one without geography. “A Land without a People for a People without a…

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Athi-Patra Ruga on 21 Icons

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Athi-Patra Ruga is featured as the first icon on Season 3 of 21 Icons which will be showcased on SABC 3 this Sunday, 6 Septmeber at 19:27. 21 Icons is the next generation of South African leaders, influencers and role models exploring these creative and exceptional young people’s lives…

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Nico Krijno in re:GROUP Exhibition

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Nico Krijno will be participating in the group show re:GROUP – A Visual Collaboration with Nico Krijno, Roelof Petrus van Wyk & Dokter and Misses. When Art, Architecture and Design collide in a massive mashup celebrating spring break. A selection of works from Krijno’s most recent exhibition, New Gestures: Fabricated to be…

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Nico Krijno book shortlisted for The Unseen Dummy Awards 2015

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Nico Krijno’s book New Gestures: Fabricated to be Photographed (2015); designed by Ben Johnson, has been shortlisted for The Unseen Dummy Award 2015. Click here for further information

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Winter Break

Please note that WHATIFTHEWORLD will be closed from the 15th of August until the 1st of September. Please contact mia@whatiftheworld.com should you require any urgent information.

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Bogosi Sekhukhuni & Athi-Patra Ruga at TATE Modern

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that artists Bogosi Sekhukhuni and Athi-Patra Ruga will be participating in The Film Will Always Be You: South African Artists on Screen at the TATE Modern in London, UK. This exhibition, curated by Zoe Whitley and Abrie Fourie, forms part of SA-UK Seasons 2014 – 2015 and the screenings will be…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival

Athi-Patra Ruga Presents The Elder of Azania a work that is part of his ongoing performance series The Future Women of Azania. First performed at the Yerba Buena Centre/SFMOMA in 2014 and at the Venice Biennale in 2015 this performance will enjoy its first continental premier at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival. The Elder is a new…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD on Artsy

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its partnership with Artsy. Follow WHATIFTHEWORLD on Artsy to keep up to date with upcoming exhibitions and art fairs. Follow WHATIFTHEWORLD on Artsy

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Athi-Patra Ruga to participate in Group Show at Louisiana MOMA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Athi-Patra Ruga will be participating in the group show AFRICA: Architecture, Culture and Identity at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art. This exhibition, which will run from 25 June to 25 October 2015, is the third chapter in Louisiana’s major series Architecture, Culture and Identity. In 2011, the museum unveiled the first…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at the 56th Venice Biennale

The Johannesburg Pavilion and WHATIFTHEWORLD are pleased to announce a performance by Athi-Patra Ruga on 5 May 2015 at the Bauer Hotel, Venice. The performance is co-hosted by the Bauer Hotel, Blain Souther and 154 Art Fair as part of the Johannesburg Art Pavilion programme. The Johannesburg Pavilion is curated in memory of the final Johannesburg Biennale curated…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Art Dubai

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation at Art Dubai 2015 from 18 – 21 March at Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai (Booth J6). The gallery will be presenting new work by John Murray, Cameron Platter, Athi-Patra Ruga, and Lyndi Sales. Taking place each year in March, Art Dubai presents a select yet diverse line-up of around 90 galleries from the…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at VOLTA New York

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation at the 2015 VOLTA New York from 5 – 8 March at Pier 90 in New York (Booth B11). The gallery will be presenting a solo exhibition of new work by Michael Taylor. VOLTA NY is a platform for challenging, often complementary — and sometimes competing — ideas about contemporary art. Single-artist booths…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Cape Town Art Fair

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation in the 2015 Cape Town Art Fair (Booth A11). The gallery will be presenting a selection of works by artists Cameron Platter, John Murray, Maja Marx, Rowan Smith and Lakin Ogunbanwo. The Art Fair will take place from 26 February to 1 March at the Avenue, Dock Road at the…

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Athi-Patra Ruga at I.T Beijing Market

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that an installation of Athi-Patra Ruga’s work is currently on show at the I.T Beijing Market, Comme des Garcons store in Beijing. Click here for further information

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Cameron Platter announced as 2015 Resident Artist at Zeitz MOCAA

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Cameron Platter has been confirmed as the 2015 Artist in Residence at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA).

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Nico Krijno’s book Synonym Study is shortlisted for The Paris Photo Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2014

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Nico Krijno’s book, Synonym Study made the shortlist for the The Paris Photo Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2014. Krijno’s book is self-published, with support from the 133 Arts Fund and has been shortlisted under the First Photobook category. The book is also part of a travelling exhibition that visits New York, Tokyo…

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Lakin Ogunbanwo makes the British Journal of Photography’s ‘Ones To Watch’ List

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that Lakin Ogunbanwo has been recognised as one to watch for 2015 by the British Journal of Photography in their annual Ones To Watch edition. Out of the 300 emerging photographers nominated in the annual survey of global talent, Ogunbanwo was placed on the Top 25 Photographers for 2015 list. Click here for further…

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Athi-Patra Ruga wins the 2015 Standard Bank Young Artist Award

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce Athi-Patra Ruga as the 2015 Winner of the Standard Bank Young Artist Award for Performance. The Standard Bank Young Artist Award is arguably the most prestigious accolade to be awarded in South Africa, and is given to young South African artists who have demonstrated exceptional ability in their chosen fields….

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce its participation at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair from 16-19 October at Somerset House in London (Booth G-16). The gallery will be presenting new work specifically commissioned for 1:54 by artists Dan Halter, John Murray, Athi-Patra Ruga, Cameron Platter and Lakin Ogunbanwo. 1:54 is a platform for galleries, artists,…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD artists on show at the National Gallery

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that the works of artists Dan Halter, Cameron Platter, Athi-Patra Ruga and Pierre Fouche are on display at the Iziko South African National Gallery. These artists’ work form part of the latest exhibition at the Iziko South African National Gallery entitled Brave New World…20 Years of Democracy, which will be…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at START Art Fair

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce that the works of Dan Halter and Rowan Smith will be on show at the START Art Fair (booth 7.2) in London, UK. The inaugural START Art Fair presented by Prudential is held at the Saatchi Gallery in London from 26 – 29 June 2014. The fair is dedicated to…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD at Volta 10 Basel

WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present new work by Athi-Patra Ruga, Cameron Platter and Dan Halter at booth B2 at VOLTA10 in Basel, Switzerland from 16 to 21 June. VOLTA is Basel’s renowned platform for presenting the vision of contemporary art galleries of global prestige whose artists represent new and relevant positions for curators and collectors…

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WHATIFTHEWORLD artists at Nirox Sculpture Fair

Over the weekend of 10 and 11 May 2014, four WHATIFTHEWORLD artists will be exhibiting their work at the NIROX Foundation Sculpture Park in Johannesburg. Cameron Platter, Michele Mathison, Rodan Kane Hart and Daniella Mooney will all be showcasing some of their latest sculptures as part of The 2014 Mastercard Winter Sculpture Fair, situated in the…

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Dan Halter Work On Show At Fowler Museum (UCLA)

Dan Halter’s work will be on show as part of an exhibition titled Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa at the Fowler Museum at the University of California (23 April – 14 September 2014). The exhibition features more than one hundred exceptional works of art from the 19th–21st centuries,…

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Athi-Patra Ruga on the cover of Art South Africa Magazine

The photograph by Athi-Patra Ruga entitled Night of the Long Knives I is the cover image for the March 2014 edition of Art South Africa magazine. Click here to obtain copies

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