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Posted on: Friday, 11 December 2009

UCA Gallery Summer Salon

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This summer the UCA Gallery in Observatory, Cape Town, presents their Summer Salon 2009. The UCA Gallery has pulled in a hub of young and emerging talent from all over South Africa. Artists working in a diverse range of media and approach towards art-making; this show will be a light and fresh juxtaposition of artworks to end off the year.

The Crab by Michael Taylor

Artists whose work will be presented include Trasi Henen,  Lauren Palte,  Colleen Alborough,  Bronwyn Lace,  Liezel Prins, Rat Western,  Ricky Burnett,  Vaughn Sadie and  Michael Taylor.

Introducing artists that UCA Gallery has created a platform for – the Summer Salon will give a delectable taste of what is in store and still to come – solo shows and cuttingly – edgy contemporary and post-surreal exhibitions and bodies of works. The gallery prides itself on working with the most intuitive, dynamic and unique artists that South Africa has to offer.

Becoming a destination for young and open minded collectors, press and avid art-lovers, as well as drawing the attention of national collections, the gallery stands out as a pinnacle for contemporary South African art.

Photograph: The Crab by Michael Taylor: Gouache on Board, 60 x 60.

The exhibition runs from 16 December  – 30 January 2010.

Gallery Hours:
Monday to Friday from 09h00 to 17h00 and Saturdays from 09h00 to 13h00.

UCA Gallery, 46 Lower Main Road, Observatory, Cape Town
Telephone: + 27 (0)21 447 4132

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