LUXury. Contemporary. African. ART.
“Contemporary African Art…
…is really just a term used for an extraordinary art form, that goes so much deeper and is so much richer than the term itself. It cannot be defined. It cannot be explained… It can only be exhibited, to be truly appreciated…”
– Juan Martin – Owner and Founder LUX Art Gallery South Africa.
Welcome to LUX ART GALLERY. We’re excited to showcase some of the best contemporary african artists, with their magnificent and original artworks. All artists come from a variety of backgrounds, all across the African Continent. Make sure to see our artists’ biography’s and artist statements under “GALLERY”.
We all have a story to tell… LUX Art Gallery, provides a platform, for our artists to share their story and conceptualise their journeys through their art.
Contemporary African art is commonly understood to be art made by artists in Africa and the African diaspora in the post-independence era. However, there are about as many understandings of contemporary African art as there are curators, scholars and artists working in that field.
LUX Art Gallery, brings the best of Contemporary African Art to the globe.
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Our Artists and their Art are all a, one-of-a-kind piece and original. No duplications are made.
We don’t allow any re-commissioning of any of our Artists Art, aiming to keep the originality of the art.
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The artists represented by LUX Art Gallery, is native to the African content. All from around Africa, our artists have exceptional talent and use mediums with original processes to create each masterpiece.
Carefully hand selected, The Artists each have a story to tell and focusses on a new approach, each in own right, to take on daily and current affairs with their art and masterpieces.
Lux Art Gallery focusses on providing a platform, to increase the exposure of our artists, of which some are already represented around the globe – continuously aiming to raise the bar in the global fine/visual art industries to promote a newly, indigenous and original medium, referred to as Contemporary African Art.