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Henry De Leeuw

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Henry De Leeuw

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Henry De Leeuw

Art Paintings by Henry De Leeuw incorporates inspiration from the subject of Portrait Art when working on their Paintings. World Art by Henry De Leeuw includes Landscapes and more.Uncontained: opening the Community Arts Project archives runs at the Art.b Gallery, Bellville, from 9 May 18 June 2012. The exhibition is hosted by the Centre for Humanities Research (CHR) at UWC, a major research platform dedicated to the reconstitution of the study of the humanities in Africa, with support from the City of Cape Town.

A strong focus of the CHR is the project on aesthetics and politics, which aims to foster debates on artistic production, and to lay the foundations for new concepts for research. To these ends, the CHR is committed to exploring the relation between aesthetics, politics and society in order to contribute to a post-apartheid sensibility. In keeping with its thematic concerns, the CHR acquired an important and historic body of artworks in 2008 the Community Arts Project (CAP) collection, which consists of over 4,000 paintings, prints, posters, sculptures and drawings by various artists. Uncontained comprises a selection of prints from the CAP collection. The show mainly introduces the linocuts that form part of the collection, a medium intimately associated with both the now defunct community arts project movement and the history of modern black art practice in South Africa.

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