Times Live | Sean O’Toole:


In 2008, when Cape Town dealer Michael Stevenson moved his base of operations from cramped De Waterkant to edgy Woodstock, art audiences cooed with delight.

His new retail space had cathedral-like high ceilings, bleached parquet flooring and seemingly endless rooms devoted to exhibition space.

Over time, though, the thrill wore off as successive artists politely occupied the gallery with their stuff. But then along comes Burundian-born sculptor Serge Alain Nitegeka and shows us all what it means to creatively stage an occupation…


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