This is a quick speed-blog to let you all know that the Mzansi Gallery, a quirky art gallery on 7th Street in Melville, is getting ready to close for several weeks while it transitions to a new space. Before closing its doors on Friday, Mzansi is doing a two-day mini exhibition of two art works, one of which is mine.
The main work on display is a wall-sized masterpiece called “No Land No Love” by Joburg artist and the founder of the Afrikan Freedom Station, Steve “Kwena” Mokwena. Can’t afford the wall-sized masterpiece? You can also buy a smaller print version.
A glimpse of “No Land No Love”, both picture and print. That’s Kwena’s niece, Bontle, in the background.
The second work is my limited-edition print, “Brixton on Fire”, which I blogged about a few weeks ago.
Bontle hanging out in front of my print.
Here’s a better look at the picture.
I have seven prints left in the series and this is the only framed version.
The Mzansi Gallery has several other works available and I think there are good deals to be had. If you feel like buying some art (especially mine), pop in before 12:00 p.m. on Friday. Visit the Mzansi Gallery Facebook page for more information.
Peace out, art-lovers.