Graham’s Fine Art Gallery Brings Us Dark Dogs and Candyfloss

In collaboration with Kalashnikovv Gallery, Graham’s Fine Art Gallery is proud to exhibit Manuela Karin Knaut and Andrew Kayser, “Dark Dogs and Candyfloss”. Join in for a celebratory evening of art, music, beer and snacks on Thursday 10 May 2018 at 7 pm in Bryanston, South Africa.

Manuela Karin Knaut Don’t let Yourself Fool by the Flowers (detail)

“Every day I collect stories, memories, I collect images – in my head, with my camera. In many boxes, with many seemingly chaotic piles I sort, connect, join new stories, faces with the impressions life has so far gifted me. I walk through this, my, life with open eyes – knowing that no-one else could see it like this, love it like this, experience it like I do.” – Manuela Karin Knaut.

“I see the world as dark and ambiguous, where meaning is fleeting and intangible. We make up fictions, myths, religions, narratives to create meaning and give a sense of order and stability to our lives and societies, but I see it as pure folly to hold onto any of these as absolute.” – Andrew Kayser

Graham’s Fine Art Gallery exhibits a significant collection of important South African art, offering the discerning collector excellent examples of 19th and 20th century artworks as well as select contemporary works.

They provide advice and independent, confidential valuations and specialise in Framing, Restoration, Valuations and Portfolio Management.

Visit the gallery at 68 on Hobart, Block A, Corner of Hobart & Dover Road (Off William Nicol Drive) in Bryanston, South Africa.

Andrew Kayser The Last Note Lingered (detail)

Contact: Graham Fine Art

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