Aspire Art: collect art online with only a click

Welcoming the change of colours of the new season, Aspire Art presents SHADES: Autumn 22, a timed online art auction taking place until 26 April 2022. The collection offers a strong selection of exceptional and innovative works by local art world favourites for easy collecting.

Samson Mnisi, Abstract (4), 2020
William Kentridge, Nose with magnifying glass
Siwa Mgoboza, Les Êtres D’Africadia (After Les Demoiselle D’Avignon), 2015
Patrick Bongoy, Untitled III, 2017
MJ Lourens, The spoils of summer, 2018
Louis Nel, Seascape in sepia, 2012
Lionel Abrams, Orange and sienna abstract
Katherine Spindler, From here to there, 2017
Jake Aikman, View of the Ineffable, 2018
Andrzej Nowicki, To Get Closer or Even to Know Where to Begin, 2011
Adolf Tega, Street scene, 2018

New and seasoned collectors are spoiled for choice with this large-scale specially curated sale showcasing a wide range of contemporary art alongside more historic pieces in a variety of mediums. With nearly 200 lots, the collection spotlights prevalent topics that artists and audiences engage with. Most notably, the stylistic influences of abstraction.

Other highlighted categories include the exploration of places and people as seen in landscapes, cityscapes and interior renderings as well as figure studies and portraiture, the meaning of words found in text-based pieces, the objects of sculptural works and the things chosen for still life studies.

Discover and easily bid on works by celebrated artists such as David Koloane, Dumeli Feni, Cecil Skotnes, Walter Battiss, William Kentridge, Jane Alexander, Diane Victor, Norman Catherine, Willie Bester, Penny Siopis and Brett Murray. Contemporary stars include Nelson Makamo, Jake Aikman, Patrick Bongoi, Adolf Tega, Jody Paulsen, Mbongeni Buthelezi and William Chechet.

Not to be missed, are works by Lady Skollie and Asanda Kupa as well as pieces by Nigerian artist Silas Adelanke Adeoye and Jean-Baptiste Djeka from the Ivory Coast – appearing on auction in South Africa for the first time. Also included in the collection is a range of signed William Kentridge posters for those interested in special art memorabilia.

SHADES: Autumn 22 is open for online bidding until Tuesday 26 April with lots beginning to close at 18:00.

Click here to view the entire collection, register and bid online.