Reception Photos (Part 2): Celebrating Our South African Voices Exhibition

On Saturday, January 11, WPG hosted a well-attended exhibition reception for our current show, South African Voices: A New Generation of Printmakers. During this event, guests surveyed prints by the nearly 40 emerging artists who contributed to the exhibition. Below, you will find our second set of several photos from this reception. There are three days left for this exhibition, so make sure you come by the gallery to take a look (if you haven’t already)!

Another view of the South African Voices exhibition marquee and some prints included in the show.

Another view of the South African Voices exhibition marquee and some prints included in the show.

Vula Amehlo Executive Director Anne Gordon (left) with artist Cynthia Farrell Johnson.

Vula Amehlo Executive Director Anne Gordon (left) with artist Cynthia Farrell Johnson.

South African Voices: A New Generation of Printmakers | Jan. 11 Exhibition Reception

South African Voices: A New Generation of Printmakers | Jan. 11 Exhibition Reception

Kate Maynor, Chief Paper Conservator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (left), and Amy Alderfer (right).

Kate Maynor, Chief Paper Conservator at the Smithsonian American Art Museum (left), and Amy Alderfer (right).

WPG member Rosemary Cooley admires a South African Voices print by John Taouss Tuyisabe.

WPG member Rosemary Cooley admires a South African Voices print by John Taouss Tuyisabe.

South African Voices: A New Generation of Printmakers | Jan. 11 Exhibition Reception

South African Voices: A New Generation of Printmakers | Jan. 11 Exhibition Reception

Anne Gordon, Executive Director of Vula Amehlo Art Development (far left), provides a tour of the exhibition to South African Ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool (second from left); to Ambassador Rasool's wife Roseida Shabodien (third from left); and to Christine Mullen Kreamer, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art (far right).

Anne Gordon, Executive Director of Vula Amehlo Art Development (far left), provides a tour of the exhibition to South African Ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool (second from left); to Ambassador Rasool’s wife Roseida Shabodien (third from left); and to Christine Mullen Kreamer, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art (far right).

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