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New sculpture garden opens in KwaZulu-NatalBy ATTA®
The recently opened AmmaZulu Garden and Sculpture Precinct in Kloof, KwaZulu-Natal is the perfect new weekend outing.
The eight-hectare garden houses in excess of 120 marvellous sculptures by artists from all over the world, waiting to be discovered between the lush trees and plants.
The sculpture precinct consists of five ethereal galleries splendidly set off by the architectural backdrop of gigantic trees and tropical palms. A permanent exhibition by Andries Botha comprised of Botha’s personal collection of sculptures entitled ‘…it takes everything’.
The exhibit is housed in a magnificent three-storey-high, 600-square meter space. The work explores and helps one understand the complex, yet inspiring, human journey that we as South Africans have lived through over the past 40 years. The exhibition is curated by Janine Zagel and Jessica Bothma.