Sulger-Buel Lovell

Sulger-Buel Lovell Sulger-Buel Lovell is an art gallery in Cape Town and London specialising in contemporary African art. In 2014 collector, Christian Sulger-Buel and gallerist, Tamzin Lovell Miller, partnered to launch Sulger-Buel Lovell in London, specialising in contemporary African art.

Christian Sulger-Buel had been collecting African art for over 35 years, and Lovell Gallery had been operating in Cape Town since December 2009. The two galleries began operating in close partnership. In a strategic move to maximise synergies of the partnership Lovell Gallery re-branded as Sulger-Buel Lovell, and launching the new brand in Cape Town during Cape Town ArtFair 2015. Slger-Buel Lovell now operates as one gallery with spaces in two continents. The new gallery in London is conveniently located close to the Tate Modern in the setting of a Bankside loft. The Cape Town gallery in the heart of the gallery district of Woodstock, Cape Town. Sulger-Buel Lovell is positioned as part of a new approach in understanding the trajectories of contemporary African art and its relationship with the cultural heritage of Africa. It focuses on the challenges that artists are confronting in the urban environment of contemporary Africa, where art is a configuration of local, regional and intercontinental ideas and practices. In the process of social and cultural change in Africa, Sulger-Buel Lovell is determined to highlight the increasing interconnection of artists through the process of globalisation, and to exhibit significant established and emerging talents. Our belief is that the socio-cultural and economic transformations of Africa can be better understood through the analysis and interpretation of local art productions. Furthermore, contemporary art in Africa is relevant in understanding the broader socio-political context of the continent and its importance in the lives of local communities. Sulger-Buel Lovell is born from a desire to support and focus on artists working in, or originating from, Africa and its diaspora. Both partners wish to share their passion for contemporary African art with artists, collectors, and the public. They offer a highly individual approach to clients, as well as a great expertise and an extensive network of contacts around the globe. The gallery will accompany existing and new collectors to this emerging market and introduce them to a broader range of artists. The gallery is committed to long term relationships with the most promising contemporary African artists as well as with collectors.

29/10/2018

REMINDER of the Opening Reception tomorrow night @ 18:30 of Vivien Kohler 'At the Still Point of the Turning World' curated by Andrew Lamprecht @ Sulger-Buel Lovell 📢🥂🍾🖼️⚠️🚦 "In terms of relevance, social responsiveness and innovatory artistic practice, this exhibition is a must-see." The event will be attended by the artist - all welcome!

TWO WEEKS LEFT to view the Solo Exhibition Slimen El Kamel 'Underskin' at the gallery! Navigate to our website below to ...
11/10/2018
Sulger-Buel Lovell - London & Cape Town - Publications

TWO WEEKS LEFT to view the Solo Exhibition Slimen El Kamel 'Underskin' at the gallery! Navigate to our website below to view the catalogue 📖🖥️🖼️

Sulger-Buel Lovell provides a selection of artists Publications for review and download. Visit our site for the latest in resources for a selection of insights focused on the challenges that African artists are confronting in their urban environments, where art is a configuration of regional, interc...

Christinedixie participates in the group exhibition 'Boundless Objects' curated by Heléne van Aswegen at the The Toffee ...
10/10/2018
Boundless Objects – The Toffee Gallery

Christinedixie participates in the group exhibition 'Boundless Objects' curated by Heléne van Aswegen at the The Toffee Gallery 🖼️📢🍭🍬📚 The exhibition runs until 31 October 2018

Boundless Objects Boundless Objects An exhibition of artworks inspired by the bookbinding process. The exhibition is curated by Heléne van Aswegen, the acclaimed artist’s bookbinder whose work involves the exploration of the book as an artistic medium. As the curator of this show she has sourced ...

Catch Othello De'Souza-Hartley In Conversation during Rome Art Week 2018 at the Centro Romano di Fotografia e Cinema on ...
08/10/2018
Othello De'Souza-Hartley | Rome Art Week

Catch Othello De'Souza-Hartley In Conversation during Rome Art Week 2018 at the Centro Romano di Fotografia e Cinema on the 23rd of October 2018, 14:30-16:00 📣📸👂🥂🖼️

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