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Let's dance! by Antoine Tempé - 12 Feb > 1 March 2013 / George


Let’s dance!
A photography exhibition by Antoine Tempé
 
12 February > 1 March 2013
Garden Route Botanical Garden, 49 Caledon Street, George
 
Before Cape Town, after Johannesburg and Durban…
 
French photographer Antoine Tempé gets us dancing through 36 portraits and photographs of performances by the greatest African and Afro-American contemporary dancers. Presented in very large format, outdoors, in public spaces, his images confront us with this creative vitality from the African Continent.



The exhibition is a production of Fondation Zinsou. It is presented by the Garden Route Botanical Garden, with the support of the French Institute of South Africa, and the Cultural Partners of the Garden, Chimes and Van Wyk Attorneys Inc.
 
For more information:
044 874 1558 or 044 050 0255
http://www.botanicalgarden.org.za
 
R15 per adult, R10 per child over 5yrs,
R5 Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust members, students, pensioners and children under the age of 5
 

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