Jo'burg art pick: February 24 2012

Jo'burg's trolley-pushers and junk recyclers have inspired many artists.

Jo’burg’s trolley-pushers and junk recyclers have inspired many artists, including urban geographer Ismail Farouk and “plastic painter” Mbongeni Buthelezi.

Now an exhibition, Transference, “explores a new artistic interpretation of the ­cosmopolitan trade that has become a new phenomenon of business in the inner city”. The work of Vumelani Sibeko and Senzo Shabangu includes ­printmaking, painting and sculpture. The exhibition is curated by Portia Malatji.

Johannesburg Art Gallery Project Space, February 26 to April 22.


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