Join us for the opening of AFRICONIC our dynamic new curated, group exhibition and the launch event of Artyli.com in Nelson Mandela Square Mall on Heritage Day.
Date: 24 September (Heritage Day)
Time: 11:00 – 16:00
Venue: Artyli.com, ‘The Diamond’, Shop 35-39 Nelson Mandela Square Mall, Sandton.
What: Investment art, sparkling wine and conversations on African Contemporary Art
Our opening speaker is Thuli Zulu, famous in broadcast, business and art circles and for her previous roles as TV and radio presenter will be acting as our opening speaker. Setting the tone from 12 noon onwards is internationally acclaimed Jazz pianist, Avzal Ismael.
Come and relax with a glass of sparkling wine with the family, enjoy our cutting-edge new gallery and artworks.
This exhibition offers engagements with our artists with, investment opportunities in the exquisite artworks of 19 African contemporary Artists on Africonic such as
- Andrew Ntshabele – a constant sell-out with Artyli.com
- Anton Smit – legendary sculptor, famous across the globe
- Bambo Sibiya – high demand locally and internationally with relevant narratives
- Bevan de Wet – master print maker, Absa Atelier Award Winner, international exhibitor and much more.
Africonic exhibition concludes 18 November 2021.
The complete list of featured artists: Andrew Ntshabele, Anton Smit, Bambo Sibiya, Banele Njadayi, Bevan de Wet, Charmaine Haines, Jeremy Franklin, Ludumo Maqabuka, Lynette van Tonder, Nelien Brewer, Nicola Holgate, Patrick Seruwu, Sally Whines, Sanusi Olatunji, Shelley-Anne Graham, Solomon Omogboye, Stompie Selibe, Teboho Makoatsa, Vivien Kohler.
Artyli.com opened its physical gallery doors 3 days before lock down, in Stanley Studios, Auckland Park, Johannesburg, but prior to that was functioning as a n online gallery. Not daunted by this and many more set-backs, the team continued working unabatedly behind the scenes, including hosting online exhibition on Artsy. We grew market share, investor engagement and a blue chip artist stable.
‘Sounds in Solitude’ with Andrew Ntshabele and Stompie Selibe, was launched to the public on 27 July 2020 in Artyli.com’s boutique gallery on Stanley Studios, (opposite the famous 44 Stanley) in Auckland Park. Many more successful opening events followed.
Since then, we have not looked back. In fact, we are gaining momentum and entering the next phase of our development with the launch of Artyli.com’s ‘Diamond’ Art Gallery in Nelson Mandela Square Mall.
We look forward to your visit to our new gallery!
To secure a sale please contact Karen or Lynette at +27 60 957 9387 or visit www.artyli.com
Sincerely, the Artyli.com team.