Landi Raubenheimer

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Landi Raubenheimer is an artist and lecturer working
in Johannesburg. She obtained a Master’s degree in Fine Art in 2005 from the University of the Free State and is employed as a lecturer and course coordinator in History of art and design at the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Johannesburg.

She has participated in various group exhibitions locally and internationally with the Alliance Francaise, and galleries such as the Absa gallery, Artspace, Gordart and the Bag Factory in Johannesburg,as well as Iart gallery, The Art Business and Off-the-Wall Contemporary in the Cape. She has been a finalist in the Absa l’atelier competition as well as the Sasol New Signatures competition. She produced sculpture works in collaboration with artist Paul Cooper, for the fashion district in Pritchardt street in Johannesburg as a commission for the Johannesburg Development Agency.

In 2013 she was an invited artist at the Absa l’atelier exhibition at the Design Indaba in Cape Town. She has just completed a solo exhibition entitled Collecting the landscape shown at Artspace in Johannesburg, and is taking part in various group exhibitions, including Tom waits for no man curated by Gordon Froud at the Klein Karoo National Arts Festival. In 2012 she took part in an exhibition entitled Pointure, at the UJ gallery, with artists such as Gerhard Marx, Gavin Younge and Leora Farber. In 2011 she took part in various group exhibitions, including 360 degrees of Johannesburg at Artspace, and Collaborations/articulations curated by Brended Gray at the FADA Gallery. The latter was featured in Art South Africa in a special edition in December 2011. In 2010 she was commissioned to create an installation entitled The Wishing Wall at the Spier arts festival titled Infecting the city in Cape Town.