Exhibition – Dance of the Counterpoints

“Dance of the Counterpoints” refers to the harmony that is created out of diversity. In music, a counterpoint expresses the harmonic interdependence between two melodic lines, whose rhythm and melodies are different. In dance, the counterpoint refers to two or more choreographic fragments with different use of space, time, and movement, when executed together to create choreographic unity.

“Dance of the Counterpoints” is a group exhibition by Artyli.com Gallery which embraces a diverse selection of artworks by well-known African contemporary artists including William Kentridge, Anton Smit, Andrew Ntshabele, Dion Cupido, Daniel Stompie Selibe, Jeremy Franklin, Joao Lideira, and Bevan de Wet amongst others.

Where the skill and creativity of a group of individual artists intersect, there is an instinctive dance of corresponding harmony- a counterpoint.

“Dance of the Counterpoints” opens on the 29th of January and runs until 6 March 2022.

Artwork Available

Andrew Ntshabele

Anton Smit

Bambo Sibiya

Bevan De Wet

Charmain Haines

Daniel “Stompie” Selibe

Dion Cupido

Joao Ladiera

Ludumo Maqabuka

Nico Londos van Rensburg

Sally Whines

Sanusi Olatunji

Shelley-Anne Graham

Solomon Omogboye

Subscribe to Latest News

Menu
Stay up to dateJoin our newsletter

 "Colossal"

by Anton Smit, opens 13 August at 2pm at Artyli Gallery, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton.

                                                        " Vivid Identity"

                 Group exhibition by contemporary African artists , opens 2pm, Artyli Gallery, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton

Shop no 35 & 36, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg.

Subscribe here to get our newsletter and stay up to date with upcoming exhibitions!