|Hey, New York! Only one more day until ‘Johannesburg – a South African Experience‘ opens its doors at Brooklyn’s Okay Space.
From June 14-19, the pop-up exhibition will celebrate the release of the mini-album ‘Johannesburg‘ and showcase Gentlemen of the Road photos from across the years.
It will also look at the culture and beauty of South Africa, putting a spotlight on some of the country’s best contemporary artists, photographers and musicians.
The exhibition will be open from 1-5pm every day to the public. Artists on display include: Ted Dwane, Marcus Haney, Chris Maas, Ty Johnson, David East, Kristin-Lee Moolman, David Tshabalala, Dahlia Maubane and Andile Buka.
The below events will run from 6-10pm unless stated otherwise – spaces may be limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
TUESDAY 14TH JUNE
WEDNESDAY 15TH JUNE
THURSDAY 16TH JUNE
FRIDAY 17TH JUNE
SATURDAY 18TH JUNE
SUNDAY 19TH JUNE
Head to the official event page on Facebook for more information and to confirm attendance.
If you can’t make it down to the pop-up, don’t worry! We’ll be sharing some scenes from the exhibition and events throughout the week.
Hope to see you very soon!
M&S HQ x
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