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We are pleased to announce that Alexia Vogel is currently participating in a group exhibition at No End. Contemporary Art Space running from the 24 August – 16 September 2017.
This group exhibition featuring Anastasia Pather, Anthony Morton, Wim Legrand, Mia Chaplin, Heidi Fourie, Jeanne Hoffman, Olivié Keck, Matthew Hazell and Paul Senyol.
The group exhibition Fluid: Perspectives In Paint highlights paintings’ enduring role in contemporary art practice and explores aspects of medium and method, concept and construction in the work of selected South African painters, including amongst others, Robyn Penn, Anton Karstel, Cathy Layzell, Colijn Strydom, Gina Heyer, Katherine Spindler And Richard Mudariki. The exhibition will run until 13th of June 2017.
Barnard Gallery publishing is proud to present its most recent publication ‘Along the Way’ by Alexia Vogel. Highlighting selected paintings by the artist between 2013-2017, this signed and limited edition (100 copies only) publication serves as an extension of the artist’s practice and is an art object in its own right. The hard back, cloth covered and stitch bound full colour publication includes essays by Charis de Kock and Houghton Kinsman. for more information or to purchase a copy please contact Barnard Gallery.
Barnard Gallery is proud to launch Alexia Vogel’s signed and limited edition publication this Saturday, 6 May 2017, between 10 am and 2 pm. Please join us and the artist for the launch at the gallery and view her second solo exhibition Along the Way, before it closes on Tuesday, 9th of May 2017.
Alexia Vogel’s greatly anticipated and highly celebrated second solo exhibition Along the way is currently on show and will conclude May 9. In this new body of work, the artist continues and extends her exploration of subjectivity and place through a more in depth exploration of the notion of wanderlust and journey. Part of this consideration of journey and passage is an engagement with and confrontation of fear and the unknown. This engagement extends Vogel’s practice further into the realm of the sublime, most strikingly evident in her Wave series, an extensive project charged with the ocean’s connotations of flux, fear and the unknown. The exhibition will be open for viewing on Thursday April 27 (Freedom Day) as well as Friday April 28.
Barnard Gallery is pleased to present Alexia Vogel’s second solo exhibition, Along the Way, opening on Wednesday 12th of April 2017.
Along the Way sees Vogel emphasising and extending the themes of wanderlust and journey present in her first solo exhibition, Lost in Reverie. In this new body of work,Vogel meditates on the notion of passage and transition, while engaging with elements of fear and the sublime in immersive canvases and vivid works on paper.
Barnard Gallery will present Alexia Vogel’s second solo exhibition, Along the Way, from the 12th of April until the 9th of May, 2017. Along the Way sees Vogel emphasising and extending the themes of wanderlust and journey present in her first solo exhibition, Lost in Reverie. In this new body of work,Vogel meditates on the notion of passage and transition, while engaging with elements of fear and the sublime in immersive canvases and vivid works on paper.
Barnard Gallery will be participating in the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair, which runs from the 17th to the 19th of February at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Artists represented will include Ryan Hewett, Sarah Biggs, Alexia Vogel, Alex Emsley, Robyn Penn, MJ Lourens, Katherine Spindler and Jaco van Schalkwyk. Find us at booth B3.
Work by Alexia Vogel will be featured in the Epson Flowers in Art show at this year’s Cape Town Flower Show. The exhibition is curated by Carina Durandt and features, amongst others, Mia Chaplin, Alice Toich, Beezy Bailey, Cathy Layzell, Hanien Conradie and Marna Hattingh. The Cape Town Flower Show opens today at the Castle of Good Hope and runs until Sunday the 30th of October.
Work by Alexia Vogel is currently featured in The Grand III at Rust-en-Vrede Gallery. This annual exhibition offers an opportunity for young collectors to purchase work by emerging South African artists. The exhibition will run until the 26th of October. Vogel’s work is also currently featured in Kingdom III at Equus Gallery, Cavalli Estate, which runs until the 30th of October.