Bronwyn Katz has been awarded the second Spirit Now London Acquisition Prize, in collaboration with Frieze London. As part of the prize, work by the artist is donated to the Hepworth Wakefield, becoming a permanent part of the museum's collection.
Bronwyn Katz features in SIGHTLINES on Peace, Power & Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa. Curated by Drew Thompson, the exhibtion draws art historical links, bringing 'leading contemporary artists into conversation with historic African metal arts'.
Bronwyn Katz presents Tus tsĩ ǀxurub, Rain and drought at MASSIMODECARLO. Drawing from from a text written by !Ora language activist Andries Bitterbos, the show is concieved as a 'material translation and interpretation of [a] ritual for rain'.
We are proud to announce the representation of Jane Alexander, Georgina Gratrix, Sosa Joseph and Bronwyn Katz. Joseph's exhibition The Hushed History of Oblivion is currently in Cape Town, and solos by Gratrix and Katz will take place in 2024.