An art project which will look at how different artists view life in Johannesburg is set to be unveiled.
An ambitious art project may interest people who take flights to Johannesburg as it forms part of the forthcoming Artspace gallery event.
The centre is set to showcase a work entitled 360 degrees of Johannesburg, which offers several perspectives on the city created by different artists who live there.
Each of the works will be presented in a circular format and will be an interesting interpretation of the brief offered to the various artists.
A range of both emerging and established artists are taking part, including Sally Rumball, Paul Cooper, Reney Warrington and John Smyth.
“All works will be hung to form a mosaic in the gallery and artworks will be presented as special little gems and as unique artworks and gifts for the festive season,” says Teresa Lizamore, the director and curator of Artspace.
Some people could be taking flights to Johannesburg with Emirates, after the airline announced it was launching the service in October.
Written by Nicholas Scott