May live 1
William Kentridge
The Highveld Style Masked Ball

R 2 800 000 - 3 400 000

May live 2
Alexis Preller
The Lobster

R 800 000 - 1 200 000

May live 3
Helmut Starcke
Ceci n'est pas une Pipe (This is not a Pipe)

R 30 000 - 50 000

May live 4
Keith Alexander
The Scramble for Africa

R 400 000 - 600 000

May live 5
Jacob Hendrik Pierneef
Farm House, Eastern Free State

R 700 000 - 800 000

May live 6
Sam Nhlengethwa
No Dumping Area, Western Cape

R 300 000 - 400 000

May live 7
Georgina Gratrix
My Friend

R 200 000 - 250 000

May live 8
Robert Hodgins
A Difficult Meeting of the Board

R 500 000 - 700 000

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Upcoming highlights

May Live Virtual Auction

Erik Laubscher

Tree Trunk

R 300 000 – 500 000

Anton van Wouw

Slegte Nuus

R 3 000 000 – 4 000 000

William Kentridge

The Traveller

R 1 500 000 – 2 000 000

Gregoire Boonzaier

Landscape with Sheaves of Wheat

R 200 000 – 300 000


Featured Artist

Featured Artist

Alexis Preller

Pretoria-born artist Alexis Preller studied art in London at the Westminster School of Art and expanded his knowledge of art and art history by reading voraciously and travelling widely in Europe and Africa. He studied Egyptian, ancient Greek, Etruscan, early Renaissance and southern and central African art and culture, in particular, and created an art that was of his own place and time rather than a continuation of either traditional European practice or avant-garde Modernism. He visited Ndebele settlements near Pretoria in the late 1940s and early 1950s, and the ‘Mapogga’ women in their distinctive traditional costume and the colourful geometric wall paintings that decorated the homesteads appear in his work from this time. His work became progressively more abstract in later years, informed by his interest in space travel and discovery, and his focus shifted from the local and the African to encompass the universal.

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2:00pm Monday, 16 May 2022 Tuesday, 17 May 2022

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