Johannes Scott

About Artist

Johannes Scott:

Born: Cape Town, 1960. Lives and works in Bo Kaap, Cape Town where he established the TAB Studio for Ceramic Art in 1991. 
 
 

Education: Pretoria School for Art, Ballet and Music (1979); BA degree in Theory of Literature (2010) at University of South Africa. Postgraduate honours studies at UNISA in Theory of Drama (2013); Narratology (2014); Critical Theory (2015).

Public collections and awards: Durban Art Gallery; Spier Estate Public Collection; Corobrick Premier Award.

ABBREVIATED LIST OF EXHIBITIONS

2016
SELF-I. Gallery Grand Provence, Franschhoek.

2010
Spier Contemporary. City Hall, Cape Town (Award finalist).

2007
Spier Contemporary. Spier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch (Award finalist).

2006
The Kebble Award. Cape Town Convention Centre (Award finalist).

2002
Male Order. National Arts Festival, Albany Museum. Grahamstown.

2002
Au79. KKNK. CP Nel Museum, Oudtshoorn.

2001
Corpus. Association of Arts, Belville.

2000
Flesh & Memories. Alfred Mall Gallery, V&A Waterfront.

1999
Flesh & Memories. Association of Arts, Pretoria.

1998
Cape Load. Diana Yiulia Gallery, Athens, Greece.

1997
Kaapse Lading. KKNK Gallery, Oudtshoorn.
 
1997
Historiography II. AVA Metropolitan Life Gallery, Cape Town.
 
1996
Volkskas Atelier Awards. Pretoria Art Museum, Pretoria (Award finalist).
 
1995
Historiography I. South African Association of Arts, Cape Town.
 
1995
Volkskas Atelier Awards. Sasol Art Museum, Stellenbosch (Award finalist).
 
1992
Cape Town Art Festival. Dock Road, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.
 
1991
APSA Corobrick. Artscape, Cape Town (Premier Award).
 
1988
Figurative Ceramics. SANG Annex, Cape Town.
 
1986
Paintings. Gallery International, Cape Town.
 
1985
Ceramic Sculpture. Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg.
 
1984
Paintings. Rembrandt Gallery Newtown Market Theatre, Johannesburg.
 
1979
The Machine. Volkskas Gallery, Pretoria.

 

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