Anton Momberg Sculpture Exhibition
Anton Momberg has emerged as arguably South Africa’s finest realist in sculpture, focusing mainly on the female nude. His finely crafted work cast in marble dust and resin has an unearthly, unsettling quality that somehow makes a monolith of the contemporary female form.
The exhibition will consist of historical and current sculptures (in white resin and bronze). Other works included are the 11 Qunu Project marquette bronze sculptures. These sculptures are designed to not only represent the 11 official languages of South Africa, but also to symbolise the freedom and joy of the country’s diversity.
Anton’s exhibition will be held in Riebeek Kasteel at the studio of Anthony Harris.