Mail & Guardian | Lucinda Jolly:
Eclecticism in myriad forms reigned at two art events in the Mother City.
For the past two years – towards the end of February and just into March – two rather different creative creatures, say an appearance-conscious armadillo and an up-market eland, have a friendly face-off in the same arena.
Daniel Morolong’s Beach Portrait #3, which was on show at Tiwani Contemporary’s stand.
Neither needs anything from the other. They can be regarded as different sides of the same coin. And being in close proximity there’s a mutual rub-off in the friendly but serious battle of the art brands.
We’re talking Cape Town’s annual Art Fair and the Guild International Design Fair at the V&A Waterfront…
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