Josephine Grindrod was born in Durban, South Africa in 1963. She lives and works in Cape Town.Grindrod holds an MA in Visual Studies from the University of Stellenbosch, writing her dissertation onArt and the Imaginary realm of Psychoanalysis (2006). She has also studied at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, completing Discourse of Art I –III (2014), an Advanced Diploma in Painting (1987), and a BA Fine Arts degree (1984).Grindrod has attended annual residencies and workshops with artist/teachers Rosenclaire in South Africa and Italy (2022 –2009) and participated in Tupelo Triangle Arts Workshops, Nyanga (2017) and Woodstock (2007).Grindrod has held four solo shows, the most recent of which was Gesturing Objects, AVA, Cape Town (2018), and has participated in numerous group shows, the most recent of which The Ripple Effect, is currently on view at the AVA, Cape Town. Her work is held in local and international private collections and by the University of Cape Town.Recent collaborative projects have included production of Under Cover of Darkness; an exhibition focused on the history of women in servitude, Iziko Slave Lodge, Cape Town (2021-2018) and the establishment of ZERO, an artist-run exhibition space in central Cape Town focused on climate change and creative exchange (2022).
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