Small Worlds

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Ardmore Studio
Wilson Baloyi
Nomabaso Bedeshe
Gustav Bester
Sancha Cronje
Jerris Doig
Laura du Toit
East African artist, Ethiopia
East African artist, Kenya, Masai
East African artist, Malawi
East African artist, Rwanda, Tutsi
Ghanaian artist
Katherine Glenday
Mishek Gudo
Thembi, Nomphumelelo, Thokozani. Jele, Shongwe, Mbamali (Fancy Stitch)
Themba Khumalo
Foni Kofi
Belinda Leontsinis
Japhter Luvhimbi
Bizani Magwaza
Moses Mangaiso
Qwaa Mangana
Jabu Masuku
Thandeka Mathenjwa
Esther Mguni
Khanyisile Mhlongo (Ilala Weavers)
Caesar Mkhize and Thafa Dlamini
Johann Moolman
Multiple producers
Hlengiwe Myeni (Fancy Stitch)
Thembi Nala
Richard Ndlovu
Alpheus Ngodwane
Noelle Obers
Malcolm Payne
Phillip Rikhotso
Rorke's Drift artist
Johannes Segogela
Southern African artist, Angola, Chokwe
Southern African artist, Botswana
Southern African artist, Botswana, Makenge
Southern African, Mozambique, Makonde
Southern African artist, South Africa, Kwazulu, Zulu
Southern African artist, South Africa, Ndebele
Southern African artist, South Africa, Tsonga
Southern African artist, South Africa, Xhosa
Southern African artist, South Africa, Zulu
Southern African artist, Zambia, Lozi
Southern African artist, Zimbabwe
Southern African artist, Zimbabwe, Tonga
Ncamisile Tembe (Fancy Stitch)
Elvis Thamsanga
Caroline van der Merwe
Clementina van der Walt
Wiebke von Bismarck
Meusuku Vuia
Lynley Watson
West African artist
West African artist, Akan
West African artist, Gambia
West African artist, Ghana, Akuaba
West African artist, Nigeria, Mma
Michael Zondi
Obed Zulu
Edward Zwane


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At Tokara Winery

Small Worlds

We all collect objects, not only because we like the aesthetic quality of each object but also because each reminds us of where we were when we found it, or the person who made it, or some kind of association.

And so each piece carries with it the story of its maker, and the story of its connection to its collector. These 'Small Worlds' become layered as the objects change hands, either through generations or between collectors.

This exhibition, Small Worlds, is a sinuous display of disparate pieces by all sorts of makers, creating further connections between them. They'll appear unconnected when you browse through them as individual pieces on our website, so we hope you will be able to get to Tokara to look at the display, read some of their stories and contribute your own response.

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