Frame by Frame Race
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Augmented Reality Limited Edition Print – 1/20
W: 420mm x H: 297mm
W: 17" x H: 12"
Approx. Weight: 0.05kg
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Benjamin Mitchley is a South African fine artist, born on 1 January 1967. He studied fine arts from 1985 to 1987 at the Vaal University of Technology and Tshwane University of Technology. He is a full-time freelance fine artist, scenic artist, illustrator, 2D digital animator, poet and writer. Since 2003 he exhibited his work in South Africa, and in the same year received his first international exposure with the South African Artists online gallery. He had his first international art exhibition in Munich and Hof, in Germany during 2005 and 2006. Since then he gained support from several art collectors in Europe, America and South Africa. From 2004 through to 2016 he furthered his scenic experience while working in Dubai and South Africa on several industrial, film and television scenic art projects. Since 2010, as a self-taught animator, he received recognition for a short film created for a SABC documentary and animation collaboration projects for corporation info-graphics. In 2013 he received a first-place award for a medical animation competition for the Iheed institute. Poetry and writing developed from his fine art, illustration and animation creations, in the form of comic books, animated poems and an illustrated poetry eBook. In 2019 with the introduction of augmented reality to his artwork linked to the Artivive App, this medium has taken him on a new journey with exhibition collaborations with the Artivive company and his participation in the 5th Ranetas VR Fest in Alcaniz, Spain.
In 2020 he revived a place in the top 10 artists for the Artivive UN Peace Poster International Competition which will be exhibited for one year at the UN secretariat building in New York.
His search for new ideas and experimentation with new techniques, styles and media is ongoing.
Sanlam Vuleka Exhibition, 2003.
Sanlam Vuleka Exhibition, 2004.
Obz Art Walk, 2003.
Soul-PIE Exhibition, 38 Special Art Gallery, Cape Town, 2003.
'Picasso' Red art gallery, Steenburg Village, Tokai, 2003
Strada, Munich, 2005/2006.
Koenig Bistro, Munich, 2006.
Hof Christmas market, Germany, 2006.
The Studio art gallery, Clarens, 2007.
Richard Renni gallery, Clarens, 2007.
Solo Exhibition, 'Spirit', The Arts Association of Bellville, Cape Town, 2008.
'My Country, My Land', Hyde Park Gallery, Johannesburg, 2009.
'Green,Organic,Nature,Nurture', Hyde Park,Jhb. Food and Trees for Africa, 2009.
Gallery On The Side, Four Ways, Johannesburg, 2010/2014.
Sanlam Vuleka Exhibition, 2012, Merit award.
2nd Annual Group Miniature Exhibition, Art Lovers 1932, 9 May 2013.
Portugal Day, Group Exhibition, Art Lovers 1932, 8 June 2013.
'Don't let that Horse', Ode to Chagall, Group Exhibition, Art Lovers 1932, 25 June 2013.
Turbine Art Fair, Johannesburg 2013.
Art Lovers 1932 - Erotica group exhibition 19 Sept to 2 Oct. 2013.
Art Lovers 1932, Duo solo with Johan van Staden in conjunction with Gordon Froud, 'Alice in Wonderland' group exhibition, 3 Oct. to 16 Oct. 2013.
The Alfred Mall Gallery, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 2014.
Pretoria Art Association members exhibition, 2016.
Annual Group Miniature Exhibition, Art Lovers 1932 Gallery, 2017.
Solo exhibition, 'Moments', Trent Gallery, Pretoria, 20 April 2018.
'At Midnight' group exhibition, Johann van Heerden Art Gallery, Pretoria, 1 to 17 June 2018.
'Unexpected' group exhibition, The Viewing Room Art Gallery, Pretoria 27 July to 15 September 2018.
'Indestructible', group exhibition, Trent Gallery 31 Aug. to 13 Sept. 2018.
'Spring' group exhibition, Long Street Art Lovers 1932, 13 September to 11 October 2018.
Solo 'Moments 2', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 13 Sept. to 30 Sept. 2018.
Comic Con Africa, 14, 15, 16 Sept. 2018.
End year Group Exhibition, Johann van Heerden Gallery, 1 December 2018.
'Postcards from the edge' group exhibition, Johann van Heerden Gallery, 20 January to 18 February 2019.
Solo 'Characters & Concepts', Long Street Art Lovers 1932, 31 January to 12 February 2019.
'Ophelia' group exhibition, Trent Gallery, 1 to 14 March 2019.
'Language of Light' photographic group exhibition, Long Street Art Lovers 1932, 14 March to 26 March 2019.
'Magnificent Moving Machines' Group Exhibition, Johann van Heerden Gallery, 31 March to 14 April 2019.
FanCon, Capetown, 27 -28 April 2019.
Solo 'Characters & Concepts 2', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 1 to 27 June 2019.
'Landscapes of my childhood', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 14 July - 2 August 2019.
'Winter Sale', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 4 to 28 August 2019.
Comic Con Africa, 21 to 24 September 2019.
5th Ranetas VR Fest, Alcañiz (Spain,) 15 November to 1 December 2019.
Kinkelkuns exhibition, Eldoraigne, 28 November to 1 December 2019.
End Year Exhibition, Johann van Heerden Gallery 1 December 2019.
Anual 'Postcards from the Edge' Group Exhibition', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 12 January 2020.
'0202/2020' Palindrome Group Exhibition, ArtBox, Pretoria 02 February to 25 February 2020.
'New Dimensions' Group Exhibition', curated by Benjamin Mitchley, Johann van Heerden Gallery, 28 June 2020.
'Annual Winter Sale Group Exhibition', Johann van Heerden Gallery, 30 July 2020.
Artivive UN Peace Poster Exhibition, UN Secretariat Building, New York 2020.
Comic Con Africa Online 24-27 Sept 2020.
Fine Arts - Gauteng
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