Wednesday, 30 April 2008


This is awfully late, as the exhibition has just closed, but nonetheless, I really wanted to show the work from Nicholas Hlobo's latest show at Michael Stevenson Contemporary.

The show is called Kwatsityw'iziko (meaning 'crossing the hearth') and works are made on large pieces of Fabriano that Hlobo cuts, punches and stitches together using ribbon, thread and rubber with his trademark mix of hardcore and delicacy.


See more of the works from Kwatsityw'iziko at the Michael Stevenson Contemporary site, and see Hlobo's previous show here.

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