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Carla Busuttil in Milan

The Workbench gallery presents Carla Busuttil’s first solo exhibition in Milan, Italy from 8 to 31 July. Titled Polish your Speech, Polish your Teeth, the exhibition is curated by Pietro Di Lecce and includes works on paper accompanied by a film. The video The Tooth Colony concerns the bizarre crossroads of culture and identity and was shot while artist-in-residence on a farm in South Africa.


Carla Busuttil on Tutti Frutti in London

Carla Busuttil exhibits on the exhibition Tutti Frutti at Turps Gallery, London from 24 April. The inaugural show of the new Turps Gallery in South London will take place in collaboration with Marcus Harvey, director/editor of Turps Banana Magazine and Turps Art School. The gallery has put together a mixed painting show which aims to reflect the diversity of contemporary painting in London at the moment.

Carla Busuttil in London

The paintings of Carla Busuttil will be exhibited in the group show Figuratively Speaking at Heike Moras Art in London from 15 January to 11 February 2015. The exhibition is made up of artworks by a group of largely London-based artists who use the human body as their inspiration and playing field. Employing a more gestural or expressionistic style, the artists depict the human form using diverse approaches that question embodiment in our current post-Internet age. Busuttil will be one of the artists in conversation with Sacha Craddock on 29 January 2015.

Goodman Gallery at SP-Arte in Sao Paulo

For this year’s SP-Arte due to take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, from 9 to 12 April the Goodman Gallery has the singular distinction of being the sole representative of the African continent among the galleries from 17 countries. The Goodman Gallery will present historically significant works of a contemporary nature by senior artists, as well as distinctive works by new visionaries. International artists represented by Goodman Gallery will present work within the South African context or works that reference the broader African experience. The booth brings together Carla Busuttil, Kudzanai Chiurai, Kendell Geers, Alfredo Jaar, William Kentridge, Liza Lou, Mishek Masamvu, Mikhael Subotzky, Hank Willis Thomas, and Jeremy Wafer.


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    Carla Busuttil / Post-National Bliss

    Carla Busuttil / Exit Mode

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  • Press for Carla Busuttil

    SP-Arte / Folha de S.Paulo / Brazil / 3 April 2015

    Equal in inequality, Brazil and South Africa lock dialogue in SP-Arte By Silas Marti (769.7 KB)

    Carla Bussuttil / Platinum Love Magazine / 22 April 2014

    In Conversation Anne Lass X Carla Busuttil by Anne Lass (436.9 KB)

    Carla Busuttil / Mahala / 11 April 2012

    Exit Mode review by Layla Leiman (503.5 KB)

    Carla Busuttil / City Press / 06 April 2012

    Accidental Monsters by Percy Mabandu (1.9 MB)

    Carla Busuttil / Wanted / September 2011

    Carla Busuttil by Sean O'Toole (1.2 MB)

    Carla Busuttil / Mail & Guardian / 20 January 2011

    SA painter's brush with VerSaatchi by Jeremy Kuper (88.3 KB)