EXHIBITIONS

2021 Fira Internacional d’Art de Barcelona

19 – 20 February Museu Marítim de Barcelona

FIABCN shows an exciting selection of emerging and established contemporary artists and galleries.

FIABCN brings together artists from around the world for an unmatched celebration of talent, creativity, innovation and cultural diversity. The upcoming art fair is directed by Natal Vallvé (Founder of Barcelona International Art Fair, Global Art Agency and ICM Group).

2019 – Julie Miller Gallery – Mall of Africa – Johannesburg – South Africa

13 October – 13 November Mall of Africa

When you are at an art exhibition you become an art critic; your eyes follow the delicate flow of the piece. The mix-matched strokes of the brush somehow come together with harmonious ease. You come to understand sculptures that might seem odd at first glance, photo-realistic imagery comes to life and abstract paintings change from the absurd to the captivating. Mall of Africa’s Art Collective display the best of the best, with 30 talented up-and-coming and established artist’s paintings and sculptures on a variety of subjects that include the subconscious, township life, political and social upheaval, time and hope, and many more.

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2019 – White Space – New York – USA

White Space Gallery featured a Pop-up art exhibition consisting of 12 artists from across the globe. The exhibition included the original works of South African artist Lillian Gray. The exhibition opened June 18 and ran through to July 8, 2019 with an opening reception on the Thursday from 6-8 pm. Any art lover who enjoys thought-provoking artworks and meeting talented and interesting artists was encouraged to attend.

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2019 – Agora Gallery – Chelsea – New York – USA

18 April – 8 May Agora Gallery

A Rich Spring Profusion
Filled with the energy and vitality of spring, A Rich Spring Profusion includes the work of 13 artists working across a range of mediums. Bright colors, natural landscapes and abstract forms awaken new life in the viewer as they tackle a mix of personal and universal themes. From animal-like sculpture to mist-covered city streets, the work infuses the viewer with a sense of discovery, not unlike the first day of a new season.

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2019 – Parallax Art Fair – South Kensington – London – UK

16 – 17 February

These small paintings were a part of Lillian’s International Exhibition in South Kensington, London. This was an exciting first step in Lillian’s international journey. The small size of the paintings are perfect for gifts or displaying on a large wall as a part of a collection.

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2018 – hung (salon-style) In Toto Gallery – Sandton – Johannesburg – South Africa

8 – 23 February

In Toto Gallery, Johannesburg was founded in 2010 by gallery director Jacques Michau with the vision of providing quality works of art from both established and emerging Southern African artists. They focus on exhibiting meaningful and interesting pieces, and their exhibitions strive to inspire new ways of looking at art with various topical issues and discourses. In Toto’s experts stand by the work they represent, with a thorough knowledge of both the established and developing art markets.

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2017 – George Bizo’s 90th birthday Gala Dinner – Johannesburg – South Africa

16 November

A celebration of a man whose friendship with Mandela helped to free South Africa from Apartheid, he celebrates our art.

For this auspicious occasion, and in one of her first exhibitions as a full-time artist, Lillian Gray exhibited with up-and-coming artists as well as alongside art legends Penny Siopis, William Kentridge, Clive van den Berg, and Alexandros Fassianos.

2017 – The Arethe Daflos Bizos Annual Art Exhibition entitled “I am Free” – Johannesburg – South Africa

The annual Arethe Daflos Bizos Art Exhibition is held to raise funds for the prestigious SAHETI School Scholarship.  The Saheti School was established in 1974 by a group of founders under the leadership of Advocate George Bizos. Its doors were open to all, welcoming widely diverse communities to share in its values-driven, universal education. Today it is one of Johannesburgs most prestigious schools.