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Christine Dixie

South African 1966- 

Based in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape where she works as a senior lecturer in Rhodes University’s Fine Art Department, Christine Dixie is known as a printmaker, with particular skills in etching. Dixie also extends the boundaries of her medium by working in installation or by using a variety of matrixes and materials. Since completing her MFA at UCT in 1993, Dixie’s work has been on numerous national and international group exhibitions. Her solo exhibitions include Hide at the Millennium Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2001, Corporal Prospects at the Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2007, and Parturient Prospects at the Durban Art Museum in 2007. Her solo exhibition, The Binding, at Gallery AOP in Johannesburg in 2010, was an installation of prints, sculptures and veils that examined the roles that sacrifice plays in the establishment of male identity. It was acquired by the Smithsonian Museum of African Art in Washington DC. Dixie also participated in the exhibition, Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor, at the Smithsonian Museum of African Art in 2013.

3 lots offered      33.33% sold      ZAR 2 345

Including Premium and VAT Results include Buyer's Premium and VAT
Christine Dixie; The Great Kei River and Moni's Kop, from the North
23 Aug 2021
Christine Dixie; A Golden Space
14 Apr 2020
Christine Dixie; In the Dark
25 Nov 2019
Sold for ZAR 2 345
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
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