Getting the best from the Exhibition

101 artist’s perspectives should be savoured in delicious, bite-sized portions. Throughout its residence at Cape Town’s City Hall, the Spier Contemporary continues to offer different ways of seeing the artwork.

Farzanah Badsha – a Spier Contemporary curatorial team member – is conducting free tours at the City Hall every Wednesday at 11am and every Saturday at 2pm until the 14 May 2010.

Live performance art sessions will be held on the following weekends before the Exhibition closes on the 14th May. The performance weekends are:

  • 10 and 11 April;
  • 24 and 25 April; and
  • 8 and 9 May.

Performances will run from 11am to 12pm and 3pm to 4pm on the Saturday, and 3pm to 4pm on the Sunday.

On the 10 & 11 April the performance schedule will include:

  • Newspaper Persona by Phillipe Wayumba Wa-Yafolo;
  • Shift by Mamela Nyamza;
  • Elcarim: Turning Wine Into Water by Nina Liebenberg; and
  • Walking Together by Philippe Kayumba Wa- Yafolo.

For more information on the actual performances, click on the links above, or visit the Exhibition page of the Spier Contemporary website.

Spier Contemporary is open from 10am to 6pm every day until the 14th May 2010 (including public holidays). Admission is Free.