Satirical Pop

22 Mar - 04 Apr 2018

Satirical Pop

Unlike previous exhibitions, “Sum of its parts” features fragments of figures and faces as though they are too big to fit on the canvas. The portraits are bursting out from the restraints of the canvas edges. They don’t want to fit “inside the box”.

Exhibition Dates

  • March22
  • Opening night
  • April04
  • Exhibition ends

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Satirical Pop

A group exhibition featuring Grant Maxwell, Conrad Botes, Lee Sang Hyun, and Amy Carkeek. 


Conrad Botes

Conrad Botes was born in 1969 in Ladismith, Western Cape, and is now currently living in Cape Town.

Lee Sang Hyun

Lee Sang Hyun, an internationally renowned South Korean artist, is considered one of the country’s most important of his generation. His digitally complied works present a dichotomy of reality and fiction blending historical images of Korea with the vivid pop culture of contemporary life. The compositions offer an alternative reality as it juxtaposes past and present to illustrate the rapid change in South Korean society over the last hundred and fifty years.

Satirical Pop

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