Contemporary Expressionism is Visual Poetry

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Greatjoy Art

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The Path to GreatJoy

The journey is valuable, but believing in your talents, your abilities, and your self-worth can empower you to walk down an even brighter path. Transforming fear into freedom - how great is that?
  Greatjoy Ndlovu on TopBilling
Reginald Turvey Exhibition Panel Discussion
 
Participating in the Panel discussion at Berman Contemporary in Sandton for the 50th Anniversary exhibition of the work of Reginald Turvey around whether art can bring about societal change and peace to humanity, and how we see the progression of art, 20/30 years from now. 

Is there a particular force right now that we can pin point and say, this style, trend, type of art, is the start of a new age of art, an age of enlightenment . 

The discussion is going to be so powerful and brutally honest, that it evokes government conscience to see art as a major player in peace and harmony in our country and the world, also a major new age entrepreneurial sector, which needs bigger budgets, academy's to be started, where youth have the option to go to an art academy instead of a mainstream school.
 
The discussion is going to be so powerful and brutally honest, that it evokes government conscience to see art as a major player in peace and harmony in our country and the world, also a major new age entrepreneurial sector, which needs bigger budgets, academy's to be started, where youth have the option to go to an art academy instead of a mainstream school.
 
Conversation between father and son, divided by time and space. A lot is said with no clutter of words. Collaborative work between Greatjoy Ndlovu and Azael Langa
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“Details are what define the interior of a home, and we have long understood how paramount art is to instil joy and personality into a space. The sheer complexity of Greatjoy’s works command attention, and by placing his work in this environ allows art patrons (who are ultimately also home owners) to understand how these works can live within the intimacy of a home.” -- Michael Harrison, Head Interiors co-founder