Randolph Hartzenberg

Randolph Hartzenberg is a Cape Town-based artist and lecturer at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology who works in painting, printmaking, installation, video and performance. Hartzenberg's solo exhibitions include Map of the Neighbourhood, Metropolitan Life Gallery, Cape Town (1996); and Domestic Baggage, Centre for African Studies, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa (1994). Group exhibitions that Hartzenberg has participated in include, Facing the Past: Seeking the Future: Reflection on a Decade of Truth and Reconciliations Commission, Iziko SANG, Cape Town (2006); Kwere Kwere/Journeys into Strangeness at the Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town (2000); the Johannesburg Biennale (1997); the District Six Outdoor Sculpture Project, Cape Town (1997); Faultlines, Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town (1996); Thirty Minutes, Visitor's Block, Cape Town (1997); and Siyawela: Love, Loss and Liberation in South African Art, Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery, UK (1995).

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