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Paris is still calling Dr Esther Mahlangu as the Galerie Enrico Navarra extends her successful showing of “The Breath of Calligraphy’”.


Paris, France (05 June 2023) – In early May, we shared the exciting news that Dr Esther Mahlangu’s work would once again be honoured with solo exhibitions. She had three shows for the month of May, one in London and two in Paris. The second in Paris, at the Galerie Enrico Navarra was such a success, it has been extended!

“Enrico Navarra has decided to extend Dr Esther Mahlangu’s solo in Paris as it has been so well received. We will travel to Switzerland in June to attend the launch of an exciting AI project with Dr Mahlangu, BMW, and Art Drunk at Art Basel” – Craig Mark, Director at the Melrose Gallery.

Not only that but the talented Doctor of the Arts has been invited to take part in the Art Basel in Basel 2023, by BMW. The company is presenting “The Electric AI Canvas” which will see the virtual works transformed into physical art as artists are invited to transform an electric BMW i5 into a dynamic canvas of distinct generative art Dr Esther Mahlangu has been included in this and will travel to Switzerland with The Melrose Gallery in June 2023.

Dr Esther Mahlangu is a South African artist from the Ndebele nation and best known for her bold, large-scale contemporary paintings that reference her Ndebele heritage. Dr Mahlangu’s art references are found in the clothing and jewellery of the Ndebele people.

Over the years, she has become an international icon in art and has proudly shown her heritage to the world. This has earned her many accolades, including being honoured three times with honorary doctorates.

If you find yourself in Paris, Dr Mahlangu’s show will be running until the 30th of June 2023.

Sources: The Melrose Gallery / BMW
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