Rana Kadry

Artist Bio Rana Kadry is an Egyptian/Canadian illustrator based in Stockholm. Her practice involves illustration, moving images and poetry. She is interested in questions related to women’s empowerment, sexuality, migration and representation. Her working method is mostly based on experimental and intuitive processes. She graduated with a master’s degree in visual communication from Konstfack in … Read more

Joe Turpin

          Joe Turpin was a Top 3 finalist in the 2019 Cassirer Welz Award and a 2022 recipient of the Stutzman Foundation First Year MFA Fine Arts Awards for Three-Dimensional Art.ARTIST’S STATEMENT As a multidisciplinary artist from Johannesburg, South Africa, I use archival research to locate narratives, allegories and semiotics that are charged and informed by historical events … Read more

Ramarutha Makoba

Artist’s BioI was born in Soweto in 1984 and brought up in Dieploof Zone 3 & 4. From an early age I loved watching cartoons and used to draw my favorites such as Ninja Turtles and Tom & Jerry. I used to show them to my grandmother who was the first person to encourage me … Read more

Henrietta Scholz

Henrietta Scholtz, is interested in the human condition, meta narratives and the study and development of cultures both ancient and modern. She has exhibited in various group shows including Turbine Art Fair, The National Arts Festival, MTN & UJ Continuing Conversations, top 100 Sasol New Signatures (2019) and Top 20 Thami Mnyele Fine Art Awards … Read more

Candice Kramer

Born 1974 in Johannesburg, Candice Kramer holds a BA in Fine Arts from the University of the Witwatersrand. Candice’s first solo shows in Johannesburg were held at Obert Contemporary and NIROX projects respectively. Her work has been acquired by both private and corporate collections including Spier, Nandos, RMB and First Rand and South African workers … Read more

Sandile Radebe

Biography Based in Johannesburg, Radebe completed a BAFA (Honours) in 2006 at Wits School of the Arts and in 2009 studied for a PGDA in Arts and Cultural Management at the same institution. A solo exhibition, A Walk in the City, was held in 2014 at the National School of the Arts. He has participated in … Read more

Richard Specs Ndimande

Artist’s Bio Richard ‘Specs’ Ndimande is a fine artist. He was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1994. He studied at the University of Johannesburg where he obtained a Degree in Fine Arts in 2017. He works in sculpture, drawing, painting, photography and mixed media. His work is inspired by social ills committed in South … Read more

Gail Behrmann

Gail Behrmann BioBorn 1948 and educated in Potchefstroom at Central Primary School and the Girls HighBehrmann studied art with Bill Ainslie Studios which finally became the Johannesburg Art Foundation.She combines painting with a career as an archive researcher for films, books and museum installations with Angus Gibson and William Kentridge’s theatre installations.  This comfortably connects … Read more

Bev Butkow

South African artist Bev Butkow (b. Johannesburg 1967) arrived late to the arts, first holding a paint brush at age 43. As a self-taught artist, she embraces an instinctive and incidental way of working, forging a unique path through her playful experimentation. Her process-based practice is an ongoing conceptual and material cycle of unravelling order, followed by attempts … Read more

David Koloane

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”1775″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][vc_empty_space][vc_btn title=”Visit Goodman Gallery’s site” style=”outline” shape=”square” color=”inverse” size=”lg” align=”center” i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-bullhorn” link=”url:http%3A%2F%2Fwww.goodman-gallery.com%2Fartists%2Fdavidkoloane||” add_icon=”true”][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”Artists’ Biography” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:center” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text] South African painter David Nthubu Koloane was born in Alexandria, Johannesburg in 1938.  He received his art training from 1974 to 1977 at the Bill Ainslie Studios, which later became the Johannesburg Art Foundation. Since … Read more