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Pop-up art gallery to open in Soweto

12 Nov 2013

The Bombay Sapphire Imagination Room, a pop-up gallery in the heart of Soweto, will officially open on 14 November 2013.

Each week a different art medium from print and performance to photography and painters, will be showcased at the gallery in a curated exhibition.

The Imagination Room, which will be located at the old Panyaza chisa nyama at 1394 Vundla Drive in Rockville, will run for just three weeks, with the aim of introducing Soweto as an artistic and cultural hub. 

The gallery will also give Sowetans and visitors alike the opportunity to interact with art in an emotive setting.

Over the  three weeks, visitors will not only infuse themselves with internationally acclaimed works from some of the finest home grown artists, but will also enjoy a Bombay Sapphire Gin which uses only the finest botanicals created through its special Vapour Infusion process. 

Leigh Hofmeyr, marketing manager for Bombay Sapphire, says the art gallery is proud to be associated with such a great concept which is infused with imagination in highlighting the finest South African art. 

Each week a different art medium from print and performance to photography and painters, will be showcased at the gallery in a curated exhibition – with artists of the ilk of Soweto-based and Mpumalanga-born fine artist Kenny Nkosi, internationally award-winning photographer, Jodi Bieber, and pioneering painter, David Koloane, whose works are part of a number of collections worldwide, all part of the roster.

For more information, visit www.bombayimaginationroom.co.za

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