The Imagination Room painting pop up art exhibition

Imagination Room painting exhibition.

Imagination Room painting exhibition.

Bombay Sapphire cordially invites you to the Bombay Sapphire Imagination Room’s opening of the pop up painting exhibition featuring artists:

Pat Mautloa, Loyiso Mkize and Kenny Nkosi.

Opening; 21 November 2013

Time: 7:00PM Sharp! Venue: Bombay Sapphire Imagination Room 1394 Vundla Drive, Rockville, Soweto.

Join us for a display of artistic splendour and delicious Bombay Sapphire cocktails.

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Prepare to be intrigued, provoked and tantalized as Bombay Sapphire, for the very first time in South Africa, launches an initiative that supports imagination through curating local artists worldwide with the arrival of their pop-up gallery in the heart of Soweto.

The Bombay Imagination Room, curated by visionary arts group Mashumi Art Projects (MAP), will pop up from November 14th at one of the most iconic places in the township, the location of the old Panyaza chisa nyama at 1394 Vundla Drive in Rockville, for just three weeks. With the aim to reflect recognition of Soweto as an artistic and cultural hub, The Bombay Imagination Room will also to give Sowetans and visitors alike the opportunity to interact with art in an emotive setting.

Over this time, visitors will not only infuse themselves with internationally acclaimed works from some of the finest home grown artists, but will also enjoy a Bombay SapphireGin which uses only the finest botanicals created through its special Vapour Infusion process.

“Bombay Sapphire is proud to be associated with such a great concept which is infused with imagination in highlighting the finest South African art,” says Leigh Hofmeyr, marketing manager for Bombay Sapphire.

Each week, a different art medium, from print and performance to photography and painters, will be showcased at the gallery in a curated exhibition – with artists of the ilk of Soweto-based and Mpumalanga-born fine artist Kenny Nkosi, internationally award-winning photographer, Jodi Bieber, and pioneering painter, David Koloane, whose works are part of a number of collections worldwide, all part of the roster.

The genres confirmed for the Bombay Imagination Room are:

Print Makers
Dr David Koloane
Bambo Sibiya
Lehlogonolo Mashaba

Painters and collagist
Loyiso Mkize
Kenny Nkosi
Pat Mautloa

Jodi Bieber
Lungile Zaphi
Andrew Shabangu

Performance artist
Megan Mace and Bogosi Sekhukhune

Happy Dhlame

Each genre will be launched on Thursday nights at the artists’ preview, where the following week’s exhibition will be showcased. Every Saturday, the Bombay Imagination Room will host intimate Bombay Brunches where food will be paired with exciting imaginative cocktails, and Sapphire Sundays will see DJ Kenzhero play host for that last drink before a Monday.

The Bombay Imagination Room will open daily from 10:00 unit 18:00 except Wednesdays.

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About Bombay Sapphire
The world’s fastest growing gin brand by volume and value. Based on a secret 1761 recipe, Bombay Sapphire gin is created by perfectly balancing a unique combination of 10 hand-selected exotic botanicals from around the world. The natural flavours of the botanicals are captured through a delicate distillation process called Vapour Infusion which results in the tantalising, smooth and complex taste that is Bombay Sapphire.

Bombay Sapphire aims to inspire people into expanding their minds, thinking differently to reveal more about themselves and their Imaginations. The team at Bombay Sapphire believes everyone has imagination and therefore aims to give everyone the opportunity to be inspired, and to infuse their imagination with Bombay Sapphire.
Enjoy Bombay Sapphire responsibly. BOMBAY SAPPHIRE IS A TRADEMARK.

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