ART SHOW :: “Pop Goes Your Culture!”

Marilyn Monroe. Jesus Christ. The Beatles. Lady Ga Ga. Elvis Presley. Looney Tunes. Madonna. John Lennon.

Who can say that their life hasn’t been touched in some way or another by one or more of these icons? Now there’s an opportunity to look at life’s legends anew at an innovative art show to be held at Odd Café on 12 March 2011 when the eclectic Greenside café launches emerging artist Chad Farah in what will be his first show.

Farah’s style is fresh, contemporary and modern and he uses oils and water colours to create bold statements with a distinctive style. “All my art work contains a drip effect which is deliberate and planned. I will also be showcasing a new medium that I believe will be a breakthrough and which I haven’t seen used before. Look out for something edgy and unconventional.”

Christina Patricios, owner of Odd Café, invites you to join her for the launch of Chad Farah’s first art show at Odd Café for “Pop goes our culture” a vibrant art show that will mirror the idols of modern culture.

Date: Saturday 12 March 2011

Time: 09h00 to 22h00 or until the café closes.

Address: Shop1, 116 Greenway Street, Greenside Johannesburg

Phone: 011 486 3631

Entertainment will include live music, a fire dancer and mobile vendor with cigars and other exotic items.

To celebrate Chad Farah’s debut as an artist Odd Café will be serving street food including fresh oysters and chili vodka shooters, sardines wrapped in vine leaves grilled on the open fire, braaimielies grilled on the fire with spicy paprika and butter basting, as well as chicken and lamb sousaties on French baguette. There will also be a bazaar table with sweets – koeksusters, trifle and mini milk tarts.


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