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Competition finalists announcement

The judges have tallied their scores and it is time for us to announce the fourteen shortlisted finalists for the mzansiart@Venice competition prizes! All of these young artists submitted artworks that are highly commended by the judges, putting them in line to win the grand prize. The fourteen finalists, in alphabetical order of first name, are:

 

Carissa Claassens (18)

Hoërskool Brandwag
Artwork: The Depth of Minds

Danise Lubbe (17)

Hoërskool Brandwag
Artwork: 5 Stages of Grief

Lauren Wood (18)

Howick High School
Artwork: Our Dream

Ryan Moon (16)

Roedean School
Artwork: Dreams of Now

Susan Kawandami (16)

Trinityhouse Little Falls High School
Artwork: Feedback Whining

Cathrine Nagel (16)

Leeuwenhof Akademie
Artwork: Perspective

Erin McIntosh (Willow) (17)

Bridge House College
Artwork: The Lord of the Black-Backlands

Londiwe Makhubelo (18)

St Thomas Aquinas School
Artwork: Through Our Eyes

Stefan Venter (17)

Helpmekaar Kollege
Artwork: Three Unidentifiable Feelings

Dahrné Geldenhuys (16)

Hoёrskool Monument
Artwork: The Eye

Hannah van Heerden (12)

Steyn City School and Artist Brush Art School Artwork: Overthinking

Michaela Boaventura (16)

Roedean School
Artwork: Myself inside a box: Music Unfolding Within Me

Suné Deetlefs (18)

Hoërskool Brandwag
Artwork: The Orphan’s Dream

Tamlyn Martin (16)

St Stithians Girls College
Artwork: Cognitive Dissonance

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Young artists competition winners announced

 

After weeks of rigorously judging each of the more than 300 entries received for the mzansiart@Venice young artists competition, the winners have been announced by the organisers of the South African Pavilion 2022.

Minister Mthethwa to open South African Pavilion at Biennale Arte 2022

 

The South African Pavilion for Biennale Arte 2022 will be officially inaugurated by Mr Nathi
Mthethwa, the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture.

Linked articles

Artists who showcase at Biennale Arte 2022 are selected by the department via a tender process as this enables more local artists to exhibit their works to an international audience.

The South African Department of Arts and Culture has announced their team for the 59th Venice Biennale, including: Roger Ballen, Lebohang Kganye, Phumulani Ntuli, Amè Bell, Thuli Mlambo-James and Grace Rapholo.

Three South African artists will get the opportunity to showcase their work to an international audience at a visual arts exhibition to be held in Venice, Italy.

Memory, family and performance: Lebohang Kganye speaks about her first show in the United States

The winner of FOAM’s 2022 Paul Huf Award recreates the past to imagine a better future.

The South African Department of Arts and Culture has announced their team for the 59th Venice Biennale featuring artists Roger Ballen, Lebohang Kganye and Phumulani Ntuli

“I went on this journey of trying to locate her somehow, or reconnect with her,” Kganye explained in a video call from Johannesburg.

“I went on this journey of trying to locate her somehow, or reconnect with her,” Kganye explained in a video call from Johannesburg.

Lebohang Kganye has been announced as the winner of the 2022 Foam Paul Huf Award, presented every year to emerging photographers