Davina de Beer
Davina de Beer (b.1982) is a South African artist based in Seville, Spain. She obtained her Masters degree in Fine Art in 2008, after which she moved to Oman, in the Middle East, where she taught Art & Design to students of all ages. During her time in Oman, De Beer continued to participate in exhibitions in South Africa, like the travelling group show Prophecy, at the Grahamstown Art Festival and at Two by Two Art Studio in Johannesburg in 2013, and the Minor Matters Group Exhibition in 2010 at the Centenary Art Gallery, Bloemfontein.
While living in Oman, De Beer took part in numerous group exhibitions in the capital, Muscat, at Bait al Baranda, Bait AL Zubair, and Matti Sirvio Art Gallery, and showed her work at international art fairs in Oman and Monaco. In 2022 she relocated to Spain from Oman, where she took part in the Lacuna Art Festivals in 2021 and 2022 in Lanzarote, Spain. De Beer has had two solo exhibitions in the Middle East; one in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in 2011 at Gallery 76, and the other in Muscat at Gallery Sarah in 2020.
In 2022, De Beer co-founded the Non-Site Art Collective with fellow artist and friend, Adelheid Frackiewicz, and in 2023 they had their first public collaboration in a two woman show at the Turbine Art Fair in Johannesburg.