To see in Joburg – weekly exhibitions guide 2023

08 Jun 2023
The weather may be grey and misty but the art scene is anything but. Vibrant and dynamic, Joburg's art world is ready for June with a host of new exhibitions. 

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Our top picks
Opening Thu, Jun 8,
with a conversation at 18:00, works from Ayanda Mabulu's studio at Everard Read Circa Gallery. This is a must-see. 
Sat, Jun 10. See Joni's Brenner's watercolour skull works in an exhibition titled Red Alert at a historic Westcliff property for one day only. 
Sat, Jun 10. Banele Khoza's second and much anticipated solo exhibition opens at BKhz Gallery at Keyes Art Mile. Always an occasion.  
Fri, Jun 16 Sun, Jul 16. Visit 76/23 Print Exhibition, a unique exhibition featuring the work of 16 emerging and early-career visual artists who participated in a printmaking workshop with The Arts Company Soweto at Constitution Hill. There will also be an artist walkabout on Sat, Jun 24
Until Aug 31. Visit Keyes Art Mile to see Satellite Telescopes by Lyndi Sales. 
Opening Sat, Jun 10, three exciting solo exhibitions at Kalashnikovv Gallery, featuring Boemo Diale, Tinyiko Makwaka and Mummy Khumalo

At the galleries 

Until Jun, 22 – Frans Thoka's exhibition Die Deng Ga se diFarm Killing presented by Origin Art is still on show at Keyes Art Mile.
Until Fri, Jun 30 – See Thato Toeba’s Phate lia Lekana and Guy Tillim’s The Street You're On, The Same One You Know, at Stevenson Gallery.
Until Sat, Jul 1 – New-York based Leonardo Drew opens his first solo exhibition on the continent at Goodman Gallery. He has been called "one of the most significant sculptors of his generation". 
Until Sat, Jul 15. Anna van der Ploeg's Omens in Hot Bacon Contradiction, a must-see focusing on the delicacy of human interactions is at David Krut Projects Blue House in Parkwood. Read our interview with the artist here.
Until Sat, 
Jul 15. Visit Amaryllis by Natasha Christopher at Wits Art Museum. The exhibition forms part of the artist’s creative arts PhD submission with a walkabout on Sat, Jun 10 at 12:00.

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