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ARTsouthAFRICA in conversation with Mongezi Ncaphayi

ARTsouthAFRICA in conversation with Mongezi Ncaphayi

Daniel Hewson speaks to South African artist, Mongezi Ncaphayi, winner of the 2013 Gerard Sekoto Award. Hewson spent time with the artist in Amsterdam on the occasion of his exhibition at No Man’s Art Gallery. Click here to see original post. ABOVE LEFT: Mongezi Ncaphayi, Jour De Grace. Lithograph, Edition: 1/8. Courtesy of David Krut on...
THE COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT | 11.06 - 30.08

THE COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT | 11.06 – 30.08

Thirty South African printmakers, including William Kentridge, Lehlogonolo Mashaba and Mongezi Ncaphayi, demonstrate the driving force of printmaking in the current exhibition at NMAG Amsterdam. Open on weekends, 11 – 18h.

BLOG | Meet Maxim Santalov

“All children in the world are our teachers. Just trust me.”    . Between physical distance, language barriers and artistic eccentricity, interviewing Maxim certainly had it’s challenges. However these also are what makes the interview with the young Russian artist all he more interesting and unique. We present the artists’ views on his life, work...
PRESS | Hipsterdamned reviews Taking Off

PRESS | Hipsterdamned reviews Taking Off

Written by Defne Gencler for Hipsterdamned | See original review here. It comes as no surprise, that an art gallery as versatile as No Man’s Art Gallery, consistently presents artworks that move us beyond the boundaries of the everyday. With its unique pop-up concept, No Man’s Art Gallery questions the constraint we call “location” on a gallery’s ability...
MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

OPEN DURING MUSEUMNACHT 1/11, 19H – 2H | No Man’s Art Gallery is presenting a decade of work by Dutch artist Mattijn Franssen, including his most recent photomontages, animated videos and paintings.
URBAN OUTFITTERS CPH x MAXIM SANTALOV

URBAN OUTFITTERS CPH x MAXIM SANTALOV

Photomontages by Mattijn Franssen

Photomontages by Mattijn Franssen

Discover the wonderous world of Dutch photomontage genius Mattijn Franssen. Join us to see his work in Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Oslo. All online works are available for purchase.
CALLING NORWEGIAN ARTISTS

CALLING NORWEGIAN ARTISTS

BLOG | Meet Lindokuhle Sobhekwa

BLOG | Meet Lindokuhle Sobhekwa

NMAG WELCOMES TWO DUTCH ARTISTS

NMAG WELCOMES TWO DUTCH ARTISTS

No Man’s Art Gallery is delighted to represent Simone Engelen and Mattijn Franssen for the coming year. The Dutch artists were recruited by the gallery following our call for Dutch artists in the summer of 2013. Their works will be exhibited in November at the Copenhagen Fall Exhibition as well as during No Man’s Art...
NMAG WELCOMES FIVE CHINESE ARTISTS

NMAG WELCOMES FIVE CHINESE ARTISTS

We are thrilled to announce that thanks to our recent Call for Chinese artists we have been able to contract five promising artists in Shanghai. Soon their works will be viewable online, but for now a short introduction will have to do. The artists will be showing at our Shanghai Exhibition opening May 17th.

Julie Nymann

Danish experimental video artist Julie Nymann will be exhibited at No Man’s Art Pop-up Gallery – CAPE TOWN.
CALL FOR ARTISTS

CALL FOR ARTISTS

No Man’s Art Gallery is looking for artists! Our exhibition in Shanghai is planned for mid-May, and if you are a young talented artist from China, you can not only be part of the exhibition; we will take your art all over the world and exhibit it. NMAG offers an international platform for young artists by...
Maxim Santalov

Maxim Santalov

Santalov’s work is characterised by strong contrasting colours and the use of a distinctive drawing technique. He builds simple shapes and colours into complex drawings of movement and desire. His work plays on a child-like longing for space and freedom, juxtaposing rural subjects with urban cityscapes. Santalov switches effortlessly between meticulous geometric drawings and figurative...

Bertrand Peyrot

With pride we present you one of the most promising artists in our gallery, Bertrand Peyrot. Bertrand Peyrot creates his art by painting a negative image with varnish on a metal plate. He then carefully puts water on the metal plate and leaves the iron to oxydize. Rust forms anywhere except where he initially applied the varnish....