Public Open Days - NOT A SINGLE STORY Sculpture Exhibition

Public Open Days - NOT A SINGLE STORY Sculpture Exhibition

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NIROX Sculpture Park, Krugersdorp, South Africa
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Children under 12  R50,00 Off Sale
Infants aged 2 and under enter free of charge
General admission R100,00 Off Sale
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NIROX Sculpture Park is currently exhibiting its Winter 2018 sculpture exhibition: NOT A SINGLE STORY.

The exhibition runs until Sunday 29 July and the park is open to the public on weekends - either in the form of picnic events, concerts or viewing days.

The dates are listed below:

- Sunday 29 July:  General viewing day



R100 per person

R75 for university students with a student card

R50 for pensioners and children aged 12 and under

Free for infants aged 2 and under

Gates open at 10h00


Kindly note that no food or beverages may be brought into the park. Their will be tea & coffee on offer in the course of General Viewing Days, pre-ordered picnics on Picnic Days and a fanstatic selection of cuisine during the concert programme.

No pets, balls, sports equipment or gazebos may be brought into the park, but do bring a picnic blanket and chairs if you so wish.


NOT A SINGLE STORY Sculpture Exhibition:

The NIROX Foundation will host its annual Winter sculpture exhibition, in collaboration with the Swedish sculpture park, Wanås Konst/The Wanås Foundation. The exhibition is supported by The Swedish Postcode Foundation.
The title "NOT A SINGLE STORY" is inspired by “The Danger of a Single Story,” a TED Talk presented by Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, positing that diversity strengthens rather than divides us. The exhibition is a bicontinental exchange between two of the world’s leading sculpture parks and the selected artists come from various backgrounds, representing a rich diversity of perspectives and influences. "NOT A SINGLE STORY" is interested in showcasing works by forerunners alongside emerging artists.
By looking at overlapping dialogues through concurrent individual practices, contemporary concerns fuse together to form an open topography of viewpoints.
The artist list of 26 participants consist predominantly of women artists in response to a very singular art history. The exhibition will combine existing works alongside newly developed productions.
Among others, the artists include: Yoko Ono (JP/US), Esther Mahlangu (ZA), Lubaina Himid (TZ/UK), Nandipha Mntambo (ZA), Mary Sibande (ZA), Nelisiwe Xaba (ZA), Claudette Schreuders (ZA), Jane Alexander (ZA), Marcia Kure (NG), Bronwyn Katz (ZA), Beth Diane Armstrong (ZA), Frances Goodman (ZA), Mwangi-Hutter (KE-DE), Marianne Lindberg De Geer (SE), Lungiswa Gqunta (ZA) ,Sethembile Msezane (ZA), Marcia Kure (NG/US), Gunilla Klingberg & Peter Geschwind (SE), Caroline Mårtensson (SE), Whitney McVeigh (UK), Sophia Van Wyk (ZA) and Lena Cronqvist (SE).
Exhibition Period: May 12 – July 29, 2018


NIROX Sculpture Park
R540, Kromdraai Road
South Africa