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Randolph Hartzenberg


Randolph Hartzenberg is a Cape Town-based artist who works with painting, printmaking, installation, video and performance. In 2012 he produced the site-specific performance ‘Three Days’ for the Making Way exhibition at Fort Selwyn in Grahamstown. He discussed this work in a public lecture at the Arts Lounge organized by the ViPAA team as part of the National Arts Festival. His photographic and video work was also featured in the 2013 version of Making Way at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg. For photographs click here.

Other exhibitions that Hartzenberg has participated in include Kwere Kwere/Journeys into Strangeness at the Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town (2000); the Johannesburg Biennale (1997); the District Six Outdoor Sculpture Project, Cape Town (1997); Thirty Minutes in the visitor's block, Cape Town (1997); and an exhibition at Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, UK (1995). (Photos: Ruth Simbao). 

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