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Soma breaks down walls of formality around art

BD Live | Edward Tsumele:

It was while he was in San Francisco in the 1990s that serial bar owner Roman Slepica noticed that an establishment next to his two businesses — a café and a bar — was vibrant and always teeming with an interesting mix of people. The place, called 111 Minnaa, was in fact a bar and an art gallery of sorts. It was inviting and always had buyers snatching up art works on its walls… Read more 

Image: The more informal space has drawn a younger crowd to the current exhibition, I See You … Me. Picture: SUPPLIED

2018-10-23T17:58:08+00:00