THE ‘Together Apart’ exhibition at artSPACE Durban has been extended until May 4.
Says Karen Bradtke: “When we are talking about living ‘together apart’ we are describing the lifestyle of two partners/siblings/relatives who do not necessarily live under one roof.
“Maybe what we are describing can be called a sort of tribe – a large group of related families who live in the same area and share a common language, religion, and customs.
“’Together Apart’ is about two connected people with the same intense interest in art and creativity, but whose works might be different and, therefore, ‘cannot be put under one roof’, except during this exhibition!”
Artists participating in the exhibition are: Chris and Marlene de Beer, Heather and Mhairi Pattenden (whose work Spot the Difference is pictured here), Miranda and Nicholas Crooks, Karla Nixon and Dane Stops, Pascale and Claude Chandler, Grace Kotze and Melody French, and Ian and Nina Calder.
artSPACE Durban at 3 Millar Road (off Umgeni Road), Durban is open from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday and from 10am to 1pm on Saturdays.
Inquiries: 031 312 0793.