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Vivien Kohler - The Morning After | Contemporary Art Art Painting
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Vivien Kohler - "The Morning After"

"The Morning After"

The Morning After
Oil on Board, US$ 464

The Morning After

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Oil on Board

W: 500mm x H: 500mm x D: 30mm
W: 20" x H: 20" x D: 1"

Approx. Weight: 2kg

This work is unframed


US$ 464 SOLD


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The morning after

About "The Morning After"

This piece was one of the first pieces created after my wedding day.

Vivien Kohler

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About Vivien

Vivien Kohler

My work deals with aspects of past, present and future. And as I discover more about where I come from, where I am and where I am going, my work takes on a richer more soulful attribute not consciously perceived at the onset.

My work is an extension of my current dreams and personal philosophy. People can be experienced in more than a smile or hair style. Everyday we leave traces of who we truly are. Name brands and make up can try to hide us, but in the end our truth shines through. Though sometimes duller than we would like to admit. But our traces never lie.

Price Range

US$ 64-2,088



In 2003 he took part in the “Ero-Sensual” exhibition at the Grosvenor Villa Gallery as one of 5 featured artists, and was opened by Brett Kebble. Mid 2007 he was invited onto the prestigious group exhibition curated by Prof. Michael Godby of UCT. The exhibition titled "Is There Still Life" features the cream of South African artistic talent. From Cecil Skotnes to William Kentridge. From Willie Bester to Penny Siopis, the list goes on. On the show Vivien is compared to Walter Batiss, Cecil Skotnes and Willie Bester. In 2010 he took part in the “Winter 2010” exhibition at the Irma Stern Museum and was selected for the "Must have art pieces of 2011" exhibition at the Lisa King Gallery.

Solo exhibition entitled "Given to fly" at the AVA in Cape Town in January 2012

His work has reached as far as Switzerland, France, Australia, Austria and London, and gone into collections such as The Hollard Collection (Jhb), SAB (Jhb), ABI (Jhb), Nando’s (UK) and Fusion (UK)


3 year National Diploma at Ruth Prowse school of Art and Design

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