Willem Boshoff  (South African, 1951) 


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Willem Boshoff, Highveld


Willem Boshoff

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Willem Boshoff, Neves I


Willem Boshoff
Neves I, 2003


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Willem Boshoff, Neves II


Willem Boshoff
Neves II, 2003


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Willem Boshoff, Neves II


Willem Boshoff
Neves II, 2003


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1951   Born Vereeniging, South Africa
1970-4   National Teachers Diploma Johannesburg College of Art, Johannesburg, South Africa
1980   Diploma in Fine Art (Printmaking) Witwatersrand Technikon
1980-2   University of Witwatersrand Senior Bursary
1982   Study visits to Austria and Germany
1984   Masters, Technology in Fine Art (Sculpture) Witwatersrand Technikon
1993   Study visits to England, Wales and Scotland
1985 - 1995   Lecturer & Head of Fine Art Department Witwatersrand Technikon
1995   Became full-time artist Johannesburg, South Africa
  Lives with wife and family Johannesburg, South Africa
1997   Printmaking in a transforming South Africa, Grahamstown Festival & Alliance Francaise, JHB
1991 - 1996   'Blind Alphabet ABC'
1991 - 1996   'Blind Wall', a postmodern dictionary for the 11 official languages
1996   Vita Art Now, Johannesburg Art Gallery
1996   'Ground Swell', Mermaid Art Gallery, London
1996   'Don't mess with Mister In-between', Culturgest Lisbon
1996   'Common and Uncommon Ground', City Gallery East, Atlanta, USA
1995   1st Johannesburg Biennale 'Africus', Johannesburg Art Gallery
1995   Birmingham City Gallery, UK (part of Africa 95)
1995   Right to Hope, United Nations exhibition of international art touring various countries
1995   Blind Alphabet C, 23rd Sao Paolo Biennial
1986 - 1994   'Seeds and Soils', collections from different locations performed
1994   'South African Election', stones colleted from the 9 Provinces
1980 - 1986   'Cryptic Writing'
1986   Bank National Drawing Competition, 1st Prize
1985   Tributaries, Africana Museum, Johannesburg and European tour
1982 - 1983   '370 Days'
1982   Outdoor installation at exhibition of Joe Tilson at Natalie Knight Gallery association with David Krut
1981   Guest artist at the Johannesburg Art Gallery