Atmosphere – A Group Exhibition at DAOR Contemporary featuring artists Carin Dorrington, Siyabonga Fani, Eugene Hayman, Sibusiso Ngwazi, Janet Ormond, Thabo Pitso, Tanja Truscott, & Dominique Zinkpè.
Serendipitous Group Exhibition at DAOR Contemporary featuring artists Katja Abbott, Jo O’Connor, Landia Davies, Siyabonga Fani, Lezanne Fieuw, Koooooos, Ziyanda Majozi, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Sulette van der Merwe, JP Meyer, Sibusiso Ngwazi, Gina Niederhumer
Adrian Owen, Emme Pretorius, Tremayne Ward-Smith.
AUTUMN 2023 Group Exhibition at DAOR Contemporary featuring artists Heike Allerton Davies, Olaf Bisschoff, Good Good Boy, Connor Cullinan, Landia Davies, Carin Dorrington, Andrea du Plessis, St.John Fuller, Laurel Holmes, Manuela Holzer, Emily Rae Smith Labuschagne, Gavin Larkin, Yolanda Mazwana, Donna Solovei, Jill Trappler, Morné Venter, and Charity Vilakazi.
Welcome to a world of strange characters, topical totems, anachronistic mythologies and vibrant colour. Using the mediums of paint and ceramic sculpture the artists dive playfully into the realm of fantasy in the context of a world in peril. While the exhibition appears to be a romp through a psychedelic wonderland, the work is not above being a little subversive.
While the tone of the exhibition celebrates play and unfettered imagination, all three artists are indeed serious: Serious about playing and serious about not being too serious.
We are thrilled to present a group show in celebration of South African Women’s Month this August.
We look forward to welcoming you a show of diverse works and media by a selection of local and international artists.
We are pleased to present a selection of available work by Barry Salzman with whom we had an online exclusive exhibition during May and June 2022, including one work that had never been exhibited before.
Daor Contemporary is pleased to present our first group exhibition of the year, Autumn 2021. Featuring ten exciting contemporary local artists working in a variety of mediums.
Daor Contemporary is pleased to present The Shape of Things to Come. An exhibition by painter Dalia Raviv and ceramicist Theo Ntuntwana. Our first physical exhibition to launch since lockdown was announced in March, and the title is reflective of our enthusiasm and excitement for the future.
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