The Shape of Things to Come: Dalia Raviv & Theo Ntuntwana

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.

Current exhibition

Debris of a narrative

Debris of a narrative

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present : Debris of a Narrative, a solo exhibition by Marlise Keith

Nostalgia

Nostalgia

Nostalgia -noun. Described as a feeling of pleasure and also slight sadness when thinking about things that happened in the past.

Psithurism

Psithurism

Psithurism (a word to describe the sound of wind in the trees and rustling leaves) is Daor Contemporary’s sixth exhibition for 2019.

14.11.2019 – 17.01.2020

Rock Dove Song

Rock Dove Song

In recognition of October as Mental Health Awareness Month, Daor Contemporary presented a solo exhibition by Carol-Anne Gainer.

26.09.2019 – 08.11.2019

51.3%

51.3%

In celebration of Women’s Month Daor Contemporary presented 51.3%, an all-female group exhibition.

25.07.2019 – 30.08.2019

The Heart of the Matter

The Heart of the Matter

The Heart of the Matter, an exhibition by Ricky Burnett, Anton Karstel, and Iaan Waldeck.

05.06.2019 – 19.07.2019

Connor Cullinan

Connor Cullinan

Daor Contemporary is pleased to present 11.11 a solo exhibition by Connor Cullinan.

17.04.2019 – 30.05.2019

Urban Archeology

Urban Archeology

Urban Archeology, the much anticipated inaugural group exhibition, featured thirteen notable South African and Pan African contemporary talents.

28.02.2019 – 04.02.2019

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