PAT MAUTLOA ( 1952 - ) 

A painter, sculptor and graphic artist of people, interiors and social political expressions. Works in various media.

 B
orn in Ventersdorp in 1952.

Studies :
1966-73 Mofolo Art Centre, Soweto, Jubilee Art Centre, Johannesburg
Two years at Rorke's Drift Art and Craft Centre, Natal
 
Solo Exhibitions: (info. provided by www.vgallery.co.za)
2003 Tracking, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
1999 Kagiso in Johannesburg, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg 
1994 Unlocked, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg

Group Exhibitions:

2002 Travelling Group Show, Gallery Seippel, Köln
2001 Thapong Group Show, Gaborone Museum
1999 AFRIQUES, Group photography show at La Musee de la Photographie a Charleroi, Belgium Artery
  Association for Visual Arts, Cape Town, in collaboration with the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
1997 Lift Off, Inaugural Exhibition, The Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
  Michel Luneau Gallery, Nantes, France
  Alternating Currents, 2nd Johannesburg Biennale - Trade Routes: History and Geography, Johannesburg
  Vita Art Now, Collaboration with Kay Hassan, Sandton Civic Art Gallery, Johannesburg
  If You Scratch..., two-person show with David Koloane, Gallery on the Round, Grahamstown & Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
1996 Colours - Art from South Africa, House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany 
  Hitch-hiker, Generator Art Space, Newtown (AICA), Johannesburg 
1995 Hassan, Koloane, and Mautloa, Newtown Galleries, for Africus '95 first Johannesburg Biennale
  Vita Art Now, Johannesburg Art Gallery
  Tributaries Exhibition, touring South Africa and West Germany
  Venice Biennial, Italy
  On the Road - Africa '95, Delfina Studio Trust, Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, U.K. 
1994 Biting the Ballot, Rembrandt Van Rijn Gallery, Johannesburg
  Un Art Contemporain d'Afrique du Sud, Association Francaise d'Action, The Grand Arche, Paris
  Deutsche Aerospace, Munich. In collaboration with Mercedes-Benz SA
  Contemporary Art from South Africa, Ottobrun, Munich, Germany
  Habitat Show, Newtown Galleries Johannesburg
1993 Millenniums, Newtown Galleries, Johannesburg
  Everard Read Contemporary Gallery, Johannesburg
  Grafolies '93 - First Abijan Bienniale, C6te d'lvoire 
1991 Made in August, Newtown Galleries, Johannesburg
  ICA -inaugural Exhibition, Newtown, Johannesburg
  Processed Image, Newtown Galleries, Johannesburg
  Vita Art Now, Johannesburg Art Gallery
  Where We Live, two-person show with Rochester Mafafo, Thupelo Art Gallery
1990  Impressions of Our World, New York City Painted People, Painted Spaces, Newtown Galleries, Johannesburg
  Untitled, two-person show with Madi-Phala, Thupelo Art Gallery
1989  Triangle Workshop Exhibition, Mashomack, New York State
  With Bongi Dhlomo, Grassroots Gallery, Durban
1989  Third Havana Biennale, Cuba
1988  The Neglected Tradition, Johannesburg Art Gallery and subsequent tour
1987  Johannesburg Art Foundation and Rembrandt Gallery
1986  Transitional Art, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
1985-92  FUBA/USSALEP, the Thupelo Project inaugural exhibition, Thupelo Artists' Gallery, Johannesburg
1983  Schwarze Kunst aus Sudafrika, Germany
1982  National Art Museum of Botswana, Gaborone
   
Pat has participated in numerous group exhibitions throughout South Africa and Internationally since 1982.
 
Workshops and Residencies: (i
2001 Biel, Switzerland 
  Thapong: Gaborone 
1998 Koj: Modinagar, India
1996 Triangle: Cuba 
1993 Tami Mnyele residency, Amsterdam 
1991 Thapong: Botswana 
1989 Robert Blackburn: New York City 
1989 Triangle: New York State
1985- 1991 Thupebo: Johannesburg / Cape Town, South Africa 
 
Represented:
The South African National Gallery, Cape Town
Johannesburg Art Gallery
Tatham Art Gallery, Pietermaritzburg
The Sandton Civic Gallery, Johannesburg
Sasol Coroprate Collection
University of Zululand
MTN Collection
SABC Collection
 
Selected Publications: (info. provided by www.vgallery.co.za)
Fotofest Catalogue, Houston
Colours Catalogue, Berlin, 1996
Vita Art Now '92
Vita Art Now '97
Dakar Biennale '99
Havel, J., 1995. Seven Stories - About Modern Art in Africa. Catalogue, London: Whitechapel Gallery
Williamson, S. & Jamal, A., 1996. Art in South Africa - The Future Present. Cape Town and Johannesburg: David Philip Publishers.
De Bord, M., 1997. Trade Routes: History and Geography - 2nd Johannesburg Biennale, Greater Johannesburg Metropolitan Council, Johannesburg and The Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, Hague.
AFRIQUES, 1999 Musée de Ia Photographie a Charleroi.

 
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