ART ARCHIVES SOUTH AFRICA
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Final Update on 15th February, 2021!
As from 1st March, 2021, this and all underlying original websites put up and maintained on a voluntary basis by
The Haenggi Foundation Inc., CH-4001 Basel, are vested in the
Regretfully after 31st January, 2021, this website will no longer be expanded, only maintained
"as is" - after 60 years of active involvement in and promotion of the South African art scene since 1961
on various levels, I am withdrawing into my final retirement period.
Thanks are due to all artists, clients and colleagues for their past interest and support!
A few observations over time have been put together on this link!
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Basel, 30th December, 2020
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"The Haenggi Foundation Inc." was registered in 1978 in Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, as an Association NOT FOR GAIN under Sect. 21 of the Companies Act (Reg. No. 78/00213/08),
registered under the (former) FUND-RAISING ACT, Act 107/1978, under FR. No. 01 100270 000 5.
The Amadlozi Group 1963-1964
African Painters & Sculptors from Johannesburg at Piccadilly Gallery, London - 1965
Additional searchable information suitable for general research on the South African art scene
DE ARTE - UNISA
OUR ART 1-4
PRETORIA ART MUSEUM - Quarterly Bulletins 1970-1994
PRETORIA ART MUSEUM - Selected Bulletins 1995-2002
SAAA - ARTS CALENDAR 1967-1993
SOUTH AFRICAN DOCUMENTARIES, FILMS AND AUDIO ARCHIVES 1927-1969
SCULPTURE SA 1900-1967
THE SCHLESINGER SOUTH AFRICAN ART COLLECTION DONATION TO WITS 1979
TRANSVAAL ACADEMY JOHANNESBURG 1964, 1965, 1969
UNIE VLEIS PRESENTS 50 SOUTH AFRICAN ARTISTS TO A GIVEN THEME 1958
VITA ART NOW 1986-1993 - Johannesburg Art Gallery
Die hedendaagse skilderkuns in Suid-Afrika, 1962
Die hedendaagse Beeldhoukuns in Suid-Afrika, 1963
SÃO PAULO BIENNALE - South African entries - 1957 - 1975
Helen de LEEUW, Johannesburg
Transkei Hilmond Weavers, Umtata
The Graphic Club of South Africa
Melvyn PENN - photographer's art
Johannesburg Art Scene from the 1960s to the 1990s
Background history - Quick Index - Art Links South Africa
WAAG - Willem Annandale Art Gallery, Lichtenburg / Ditsobotla
POAM - Polokwane Art Museum, Polokwane / Pietersburg
PELMAMA CHANNEL on YOUTUBE
Selected Artists from South Africa and Overseas
Solo and Group Shows by artists from Moçambique held at Gallery 101 and elsewhere
Various Group Shows held at Gallery 101
Various Group Shows held by Gallery 21
Various Shows by Overseas Artists presented by Gallery 101 and Gallery 21 in Johannesburg
Various Solo and Group Shows abroad organised by Gallery 101 from 1964 to 1969
Exhibitions held in Johannesburg in various galleries 1957 - 1993
SOUTH AFRICAN ART AND ART HISTORY
Please go to this link for in-depth information and images - http://www.sithole.com/ - an archival record to 2017.
See any updates on https://art-archives-southafrica.com/lucas-sithole-updates
Please go to this link for in-depth information and images - http://www.pelmama.org/ - an archival record to 2017
information in support of data presented on
S.A. ART AND ART HISTORY
ART ARCHIVES - SOUTH AFRICA