archival pigment print
Artwork date: 2017
Location: Cape Town
Estimated at R7,000 - R10,000
The overall condition of the work is excellent.
The condition of the frame is fair. There is a crack on the lower left of the glass frame.
Not examined out of frame. Full report available on request.
Please note, we are not qualified conservators and these reports give our opinion as to the general condition of the works. We advise that bidders view the lots in person to satisfy themselves with the condition of prospective purchases.
archival pigment print
Artwork date: 2017
Location: Cape Town
image size: 69.5 x 69.5 cm; sheet size: 73.5 x 73.5 cm; framed size: 78.5 x 78.5 x 4.5 cm
Private collection, Cape Town.
Photographer and filmmaker, Garth Meyer has received numerous awards and accolades for his work, including the ABSA KKNK Kanna Award in 2007 for Best South African Short Film for Bitter Water, he was nominated for the Prix Pictet Global Award in Photography and Sustainability and the New York Times also included his work in a critical review by art critic, Mr. Holland Cotter. The Bitter Water photographic series is part of a body of work the artist has been in process with over the past decade, documenting equatorial jungles in Africa, South America and South-East Asia to spread awareness about the environmental destruction that has been happening along these parts of the globe.
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Auction: The Present Future: A Private Collection of African & International Contemporary Art (Online), ending Thu, 23rd Jun 2022
Aspire Art is delighted to have been entrusted with a Private Collection of contemporary African and international art. The exciting single-owner sale is divided into two parts – a Live and Online collection – giving bidders two separate opportunities to participate.
Running concurrently to the Live auction the Online collection includes an exciting selection of sculptures, paintings, works on paper, prints and photography and features artists such as Bastiaan van Stenis, Francois van Reenen, Georgina Gratrix and Paul Du Toit.
The collection will be on display at Aspire Art, Cape Town from 9-22 June.
A flat fee of R100 will be added to the invoice for packaging of unframed works on paper.
While we endeavour to assist our Clients as much as possible, we require artwork(s) to be delivered and/or collected from our premises by the Client. In instances where a Client is unable to deliver or collect artwork(s), Aspire staff is available to assist in this process by outsourcing the services to one of our preferred Service Providers. The cost for this will be for the Client’s account, with an additional Handling Fee of 15% charged on top of the Service Provider’s invoice.
Aspire Art provides inter-company transfer services for its Clients between Johannesburg and Cape Town branches. These are based on the size of the artwork(s), and charged as follows:
Small (≤60x90x10 cm): R400
Medium (≤90x120x15 cm): R800
Large (≤120x150x20 cm): R1,200
Over-size: Special quote
Should artwork(s) be collected or delivered to/from Clients by Aspire Art directly, the following charges will apply:
Collection/delivery ≤20km: R400
Collection/delivery >50km: Special quote
International Collectors Shipping Package
For collectors based outside South Africa who purchase regularly from Aspire Art’s auctions in South Africa, it does not make sense to ship artworks individually or per auction and pay shipping every time you buy another work. Consequently, we have developed a special collectors’ shipping package to assist in reducing shipping costs and the constant demands of logistics arrangements.
For buyers from outside South Africa, we will keep the artworks you have purchased in storage during the year and then ship all the works you have acquired during the year together, so the shipping costs are reduced. At the end of the annual period, we will source various quotes to get you the best price, and ship all your artworks to your desired address at once.
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