Scheryn Art Collection is excited to share its first online exhibition “This stays between you and me”, curated by Phokeng Setai and created in collaboration with The PLOT. The exhibition is a meditation on the transformation of personal space amid the migration of human sociality to the digital scape.
Access the exhibition HERE
The 30-minute conversation was hosted online by The Other Radio. After the discussion, Phokeng invited Sibonelo onto the turntables alongside him to translate the exhibition themes into a 90 minute long DJ set.
Scheryn Art Collection is excited to share its first online exhibition “This stays between you and me”, curated by Phokeng Setai and created in collaboration with The PLOT. The exhibition will go live on Thursday, December 9.
In anticipation of the exhibition, join us for a conversation and sonic odyssey in which Phokeng Setai and Sibonelo Hlanganani Gumede discuss themes within “This stays between you and me” on Friday, December 3 from 14:00 – 16:00 (SAST).
The Scheryn Art Collection is very pleased to have Original Sin – Fall of the Damned as Damaged, 1993 by Johannes Phokelaexhibited in Only Sun in The Sky Knows How I Feel (A Lucid Dream) at Zeitz MOCAA. The exhibition is curated by Koyo Kouoh and Storm Janse van Rensburg, with assistance from Curatorial Assistant Beata America. The exhibition runs from 28 October 2021 – 29 May 2022.
2 August 2021, Nkgopoleng Moloi reviews the latest exhibition at the Norval Foundation which features four works from the Scheryn Art Collection.
The Scheryn Art Collection is very pleased to have artworks by Ian Grose, Moshekwa Langa, Deborah Poynton and Kemang Wa Lehulere in the exhibition ‘I have made a place’. The exhibition is curated by Khanya Mashabela and is on display in Gallery 9 at the Norval Foundation. The exhibition runs from 26 July 2021 – 27 September 2021.
April – May 2021.
The Curatorial Connective was developed in response to the question ‘How do we grow the critical middle between commerce and the academy?’ and connect curators – or those with an interest in curatorial practices – with private collectors (staged here as practitioners in their own right) and, by extension, artworks that do not necessarily enjoy the opportunity to be researched and engaged with as those held in public collections might.