Digital art has exploded with the modern age and with it, brilliant and fantastic artists have emerged from its rupture. Art Curator has recently interviewed Michael Jordon, a local Digital Artist born in Johannesburg.
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“Widely revered for his overwhelming heads and monumental sculptures, evoking themes of suffering, reconciliation, glory and sublimation. His words grace public and private collections countrywide and internationally.”
The Art Curator Gallery at Lourensford Wine Estate has joined forces with the Cape Leopard Trust and esteemed South African artist Fuz Caforio to host a high-calibre fundraising event.
Thirty-eight years ago Henry Taylor joined the family business. He worked for his father who owned the Taylor Dykman Gallery in Carlton centre. Furthermore, the gallery focused on well established South African artists, some of whom went on to become the Old Masters of today. It was here that Henry encountered the likes of Jeanette Dykman, Father Claerhout, W.Hulley, Martin Koch and Gabriel de Jongh, etc. Watching some of these great names painting, Henry gained an appreciation of the techniques that made these Artists names great.
With an eye for detail and a desire to create the most badass content in the land, two young and passionate entrepreneurs started Pulse Content.
You may have noticed, as part of the changes here at Life Retreat, the Henry Taylor Art Gallery moved. With the growth of the gallery, we took the next step and decided to move Cape Town. Yes, it took some time and planning but we are now happy to announce that the move is official and complete.