Tue, 30th Nov 2021 18:00

Modern & Contemporary Art | Johannesburg

 
  Lot 28
 

28

Banele Khoza (Swaziland 1994-)
Not Tonight

oil on canvas

Artwork date: 2018
Exhibited: BKhz, Johannesburg, 2 August 2018 to 3 October 2018.

(Qty: 1)

122 x 91.5 cm; framed size: 124.5 x 94 x 3.5 cm

Provenance:

Private collection, Johannesburg.

BKhz Gallery, Johannesburg.

Notes:

This work featured prominently in Banele Khoza’s interview with the SABC TV Show Top Billing in 2018, while exhibited at BKhz, an artist space and gallery he founded in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. In 2017, Khoza received the Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award and spent three months on a residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. The following year, he presented a solo exhibition LGBTQ+Banele Khoza as part of the Curatorial Lab at Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town.

Sold for R73,970
Estimated at R40,000 - R60,000


Condition report

The overall condition is excellent.

The canvas is untarnished and smooth.

The paint is stable and vibrant.

The frame is in mint condition.

There are no defects to report about the condition.

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oil on canvas

Artwork date: 2018
Exhibited: BKhz, Johannesburg, 2 August 2018 to 3 October 2018.

(Qty: 1)

122 x 91.5 cm; framed size: 124.5 x 94 x 3.5 cm

Provenance:

Private collection, Johannesburg.

BKhz Gallery, Johannesburg.

Notes:

This work featured prominently in Banele Khoza’s interview with the SABC TV Show Top Billing in 2018, while exhibited at BKhz, an artist space and gallery he founded in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. In 2017, Khoza received the Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award and spent three months on a residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. The following year, he presented a solo exhibition LGBTQ+Banele Khoza as part of the Curatorial Lab at Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town.

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Auction: Modern & Contemporary Art | Johannesburg, Tue, 30th Nov 2021

 

A focused collection of top historical, modern and contemporary artworks, this boutique-style sale presents impressive examples of South Africa’s best-known artists at auction. Included is a wonderful oil on canvas still-life by Irma Stern painted in 1936, an exquisite equestrian painting by Tretchikoff, 4 early watercolours by George Pemba, a monumental Villa from 1976 and 6 superb lots by William Kentridge. Also on offer are impressive contemporary works by Kate Gottgens, Phillemon Hlungwani, Wim Botha and Banele Khoza, amongst others.

Notably, the sale also includes works from the collection of the world-renowned Handspring Puppet Company. This collection maps much of the company’s creative, personal and professional journey and includes works by Kentridge, Pemba, Simon Stone and Zanele Muholi, amongst others.

The Live Auction is the first to be held at Aspire’s new premises in Johannesburg, located in the heart of the city’s art district, in Bolton Road, Parkwood.

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