Learners from Grade 10 -12 Visual arts & Design visited the Exhibition; From Pierneef to Gugulective at the Iziko on Thursday afternoon, 30 July 2010. This exhibition covered the entire scope of South African art from 1920 to the present and included a large variety of works, such as paintings, drawings, sculpture, installations, videos, photography, ceramics, bead work and
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Learners waiting outside the gallery.

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Gallery guide explaining the meaning behind the residues in the bathtup to perplexed and interested learners.

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Learners learned a lot from this comprehensive exhibition.

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A popular choice with some students

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A work by Mary Sibanda.

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Chene & Ben-Jan admiring a work.

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A grade 10 learner making sure she has a record of this work.

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Installation by the Standard Bank Young Artist of the year, Hlope.

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The Butcher Boys

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What is a home without a woman?

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Learners learning more about the works from the guide.

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Judy & Megan in deep discussion.

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All this looking at art works makes you truly hungry!

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Learners at the Gardens restaurant.