The Melrose Gallery, in association with Sandton City, is pleased to present ‘INTROSPECTION – Art of Contemporary Africa’, a thought-provoking group exhibition featuring established and emerging artists from the Continent of Africa.

  • INTROSPECTION

    Art of Contemporary Africa

    The pandemic has forced mankind to slow down and to spend time on ‘Introspection’ and the re-evaluation of what is most important to us

    The Melrose Gallery, in association with Sandton City, is pleased to present ‘INTROSPECTION – Art of Contemporary Africa’, a thought-provoking group exhibition featuring established and emerging artists from the Continent of Africa.


    Definition:Introspection is the examination of one's own conscious thoughts and feelings. In psychology, the process of introspection relies on the observation of one's mental state, while in a spiritual context it may refer to the examination of one's soul.


    In an ambitious undertaking, whilst most art fairs and large exhibitions have been postponed or replaced by online presentations due to the impact of Covid-19, The Melrose Gallery in association with Sandton City, have decided to present this exhibition both physically and online. 

    The exhibition takes place in a large, 850 m², space in Sandton City’s Diamond Walk and will run from 5 December 2020 until 30 January 2021. The space provides the perfect backdrop for a comprehensive display of Pan African Contemporary art and the high ceilings allow for monumental sculptures and large scale paintings and photographs.

    Whilst every care will be taken to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines, the space is so large that it will allow people to browse and experience the works whilst practicing physical distancing. The pandemic has forced mankind to slow down and to spend time on ‘Introspection’ and the re-evaluation of what is most important to us.

     

    Many artists have been forced into long periods of self-isolation in their studios, which has resulted in powerful artworks impacted by their focus, mood and awakened sense of consciousness and enlightenment. The general public and collectors alike have gone through similar periods of confinement and adjustment and it is expected that this exhibition will bring a welcome respite to what has been a marked reduction in cultural activations. 

    The title of the exhibition ‘Introspection’ therefore speaks to this extraordinary period, but also to the idea that whilst an artist may be born in Africa, they are part of the global community and whilst their works may often involve a process of internal reflection, their presentation and practice often does not confine to a preconceived idea of ‘African-ness’. 

    Certain artworks that were not created during this period have therefore also found themselves in the exhibition as their works and practice speak to ‘introspection’ and question the idea that all art created by Africans should have a unifying element that immediately identifies it them such.

    Participating Artists:

    The exhibition includes Willie Bester, Gerald Chukwuma, Esther Mahlangu, Wilma Cruise, Pitika Ntuli, Elizabeth Balcomb, Philiswa Lila, Mederic Turay, Papytsho Mafolo, Edozie Anedu, Vusi Khumalo, Simon Zitha, Clint Strydom, Judy Woodborne, Alexis Peskine, Aza Mansongi, Ronald Muchatuta, Restone Maambo, Gavin Rain, Ndabuko Ntuli, Denis Mubiru, Regi Bardavid, Christiaan Diedericks, Vusi Beauchamp, Regi Bardavid, Hussein Salim, Paul Blomkamp, Andre Stead, Mark Chapman, Grace Da Costa, Paul du Toit, Louis Chanu, Arno Morland, Carl Roberts, Uwe Pfaff, Sfiso Ka-Mkame, Mbongeni Buthelezi and others.

  • Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks...
    Gerald Chukwuma
    Ikworirikwo: The Spirit of the Dance, 2020
    Mixed media on wood
    196 x 445 cm
    $ 35,592.50

    Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. - C.G. Jung

  • Gerald Chukwuma
    The Encounter , 2019
    Mixed media on wood
    193.5 x 342.5 cm
    $ 33,292.50
  • Elizabeth Balcomb
    Son of Man, 2015
    Bronze
    350 x 250 x 250 cm
    3/5
    R 766,666.02
  • 'Son of Man' is my largest piece yet and one which could be perceived as almost the antithesis of most of my other work in the sense that the figure is intimately connected to technological structures rather than to the natural (animal) world. The figure’s near-nakedness is in sharp contrast to the hardness of the constructions that supports him: my aim with this figure was to explore at the same time human longing for transcendence and the inescapable vulnerability of the human individual in navigating life and the world, a vulnerability that perhaps, ironically, fuels the cold hard edge of our technology. For me transcendence is to do with going beyond limitations. We all long for it. We strive for it in a host of ways. Money, material things, and success, are all to do with this restless need for transcendence. But in the end it is very close to us.

     

    ‘Son of Man’ attempts by all his might to transcend vulnerability and free himself from the constraints his body places on him. This is to me another profound aspect of the human condition, the desire to free ourselves from constraint. But we cannot do this as we are all ultimately doomed to return to dust, the humus (from where we get the word humility).

     

    To move away from this misguided and limited sense of transcendence, from (our myth of) being in the world as though we control it, to being in the world as though we share it, requires a huge shift in the way we understand ourselves in relation to our environment.

     

    The original was sculpted from clay which was used to make a mold for casting into bronze, a very challenging project. The assistance of the Goodwin Foundry was invaluable.

    • Elizabeth Balcomb, The Powers and Principalities II, 2019
      Elizabeth Balcomb, The Powers and Principalities II, 2019
      R 174,033.00
    • Elizabeth Balcomb, The Other , 2017
      Elizabeth Balcomb, The Other , 2017
      R 517,500.00
    • Elizabeth Balcomb, The Pieta , 2013
      Elizabeth Balcomb, The Pieta , 2013
      R 98,287.00
  • Alexis Peskine
    Goal Volant, 2010
    Mixed media
    180 x 246 cm
  • Detail images of "Goal Volant", 2010
  • Papytsho Mafolo
    The Queen, 2019
    Mixed Media on Canvas
    100 x 200 cm
    R 149,300.00
  • Restone Maambo
    Commemoration of the Ancestors, 2019
    Collage and mixed media on canvas
    95 x 180 cm
    Sold
    • Restone Maambo, Sinazo 2, 2019
      Restone Maambo, Sinazo 2, 2019
      R 87,000.00
    • Restone Maambo, Like My Looks , 2020
      Restone Maambo, Like My Looks , 2020
      R 100,000.00
    • Restone Maambo, Confidence I , 2020
      Restone Maambo, Confidence I , 2020
      R 115,000.00
    • Restone Maambo, Confidence II, 2020
      Restone Maambo, Confidence II, 2020
      R 115,000.00
  • Philiswa Lila
    Portrait I , 2019
    Oil on canvas
    70 x 90 cm
    R 24,150.00
    • Philiswa Lila, Portrait (VI), 2019
      Philiswa Lila, Portrait (VI), 2019
      R 20,125.00
    • Philiswa Lila, Umfanekiso , 2019
      Philiswa Lila, Umfanekiso , 2019
      R 13,800.00
    • Johannes Maswanganyi, Lwandle (The Ocean)
      Johannes Maswanganyi, Lwandle (The Ocean)
      R 92,000.00
    • Johannes Maswanganyi, Ndeyani
      Johannes Maswanganyi, Ndeyani
      R 72,850.00
  • Pitika Ntuli
    Spirit Family at Dawn
    200 year old wild mahogany
    137 x 82 x 54 cm
    R 345,000.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, When Dreams Begin to Coalesce
      Pitika Ntuli, When Dreams Begin to Coalesce
      R 201,250.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, Towards the Kiss of Freedom
      Pitika Ntuli, Towards the Kiss of Freedom
      R 155,250.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, Uprising
      Pitika Ntuli, Uprising
      R 230,000.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, The Trinity of Hope
      Pitika Ntuli, The Trinity of Hope
      R 109,250.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, It's Been a Long Journey
      Pitika Ntuli, It's Been a Long Journey
      R 230,000.00
    • Pitika Ntuli, Cyclone of our Dreams
      Pitika Ntuli, Cyclone of our Dreams
      R 201,250.00
  • Human life has meaning only to that degree and as long as it is lived in the service of humanity. - Wole Soyinka

  • Mederic Turay
    The Roots of Life , 2020
    Mixed media on canvas
    344 x 244 cm
  • Grace Da Costa
    School Boys
    Bronze
    22 x 80 x 51 cm
    9/10
    R 71,300.00
    • Grace Da Costa, Masquerade
      Grace Da Costa, Masquerade
      R 71,300.00
    • Grace Da Costa, Bunny Girl
      Grace Da Costa, Bunny Girl
      R 128,800.00
    • Grace Da Costa, Grabbing the Bull
      Grace Da Costa, Grabbing the Bull
      Sold
  • Clint Strydom
    Battle of Isandlwana
    C-Type print on Diasec
    83 x 250 cm
    Edition of 15
    R 74,750.00
  • Andre Stead | Sublimation
    Andre Stead
    Icon Architecture , 2020
    Bronze
    82 x 30 x 30 cm
    Edition of 3
    Sold

    Andre Stead | Sublimation

    Sublimation The verb sublimation is from the Latin word sublimare, meaning "raised to a higher status." "In psychology, sublimation is a mature type of defence mechanism where socially unacceptable impulses or idealisations are unconsciously transformed into socially acceptable actions or behaviour, possibly resulting in a long-term conversion of the initial impulse. It can also be the diversion of the energy of a sexual or other biological impulses from its immediate goal to one of a more acceptable social, moral, or aesthetic nature or use. In Science, sublimation is the transition of a substance directly from the solid to the gas phase without passing through the intermediate liquid phase. When the surface layer of snow or ice turns into fog or steam without melting, this is an example of sublimation." Any solid that goes through a sublimation process or "phase transition" is referred to as a material that will "sublime". According to a 1757 thesis on aesthetics written by Edmund Burke, the Sublime is what has the power to compel or destroy us. In a very real sense, the advent of the information age is akin to the sublimation of mankind, where previously we would write our thoughts down on physical paper, they are now instantly uploaded to the cloud. Images taken of any real world "solid" objects are directly transformed into an invisible "gas" of ones and zeroes that may be transported through cyberspace to any location in an instant. The "Sublimation" series explores the phenomenon of being human in a digital age and the social and cultural ambiguities that may obscure the parameters of the human condition.

    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 3, 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 3, 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask III 6 , 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask III 6 , 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask IV 1 , 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask IV 1 , 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 1, 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 1, 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 2, 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask V 2, 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VII 6 , 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VII 6 , 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VIII 1, 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VIII 1, 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VIII 1, 2020
      Andre Stead, Masquerade - Mask VIII 1, 2020
      R 20,000.00
    • Andre Stead, Emulation , 2020
      Andre Stead, Emulation , 2020
      R 43,300.00
    • Andre Stead, Grounded Maquette , 2020
      Andre Stead, Grounded Maquette , 2020
      R 37,375.00
  • Denis Mubiru, Dancing with Myself, 2019

    Denis Mubiru

    Dancing with Myself, 2019 Acrylic on canvas
    104 x 104 cm
    • Denis Mubiru, Flower of Afrika , 2020
      Denis Mubiru, Flower of Afrika , 2020
    • Denis Mubiru, Self Portrait , 2020
      Denis Mubiru, Self Portrait , 2020
      R 45,600.00
    • Denis Mubiru, Outsider - Insider , 2020
      Denis Mubiru, Outsider - Insider , 2020
    • Denis Mubiru, Self-Recolonize , 2020
      Denis Mubiru, Self-Recolonize , 2020
  • Vusi Beauchamp, Entrance Fee, 2020

    Vusi Beauchamp

    Entrance Fee, 2020 Mixed media on Fabriano paper
    116 x 86 cm
    R 47,150.00
    • Vusi Beauchamp, Savior , 2020
      Vusi Beauchamp, Savior , 2020
      R 47,150.00
    • Vusi Beauchamp, The Eye of the Storm , 2020
      Vusi Beauchamp, The Eye of the Storm , 2020
      R 47,150.00
  • Arlene Amaler-Raviv
    A City is a City is a City , 1996
    Oil on canvas
    173 x 324 cm
    R 460,000.00
  • Dr Willie Bester
    Transition with Vulture, 2020
    Mixed Media
    235 x 178 cm
    R 650,000.00
    • Dr Willie Bester, Barometer for Poverty , 2020
      Dr Willie Bester, Barometer for Poverty , 2020
      R 650,000.00
    • Dr. Willie Bester, Social Engineering
      Dr. Willie Bester, Social Engineering
      R 650,000.00
    • Dr Willie Bester, Spade, 2009
      Dr Willie Bester, Spade, 2009
      Sold
    • Dr Willie Bester, Spade with Portrait of Red Hat Man, 2009
      Dr Willie Bester, Spade with Portrait of Red Hat Man, 2009
      R 97,750.00
  • Ndabuko Ntuli, Ugogo Unontezi, 2018

    Ndabuko Ntuli

    Ugogo Unontezi, 2018 Acrylic & mixed media
    123 x 122 cm
    R 50,000.00
    • Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 1, 2020
      Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 1, 2020
    • Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 2 , 2020
      Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 2 , 2020
    • Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 3, 2020
      Ndabuko Ntuli, Imilobo kaZulu 3, 2020
    • Ndabuko Ntuli, Footprint of Imbadada
      Ndabuko Ntuli, Footprint of Imbadada
      R 92,000.00
    • Ndabuko Ntuli, Water Princess, 2020
      Ndabuko Ntuli, Water Princess, 2020
      R 96,600.00
  • Otto Du Plessis
    Diana
    Bronze
    215 x 53 x 53 cm

    100kg
    4/5
    R 306,730.00
  • Gavin Rain, Her Eyes Wore Green

    Gavin Rain

    Her Eyes Wore Green Acrylic on canvas
    150 x 150 x 5 cm
    • Gavin Rain, Lottie
      Gavin Rain, Lottie
      R 233,500.00
    • Gavin Rain, Audrey at Length
      Gavin Rain, Audrey at Length
      R 292,000.00 £14565,98
    • Isabelle Scheltjens, Ayo
      Isabelle Scheltjens, Ayo
      Sold
    • Isabelle Scheltjens, Ma Cherie
      Isabelle Scheltjens, Ma Cherie
      Sold
    • Isabelle Scheltjens, Tuff - C002701
      Isabelle Scheltjens, Tuff - C002701
      Sold
  • Hussein Salim
    Ante- chamber , 2020
    Acrylic on canvas
    136 x 106 cm
    Sold
  • For me, art not only evokes memories and contemplation of the loss of home but it also encounters the present and shapes the future. My work is the product of a rich heritage from my origins in Sudan, my training there and my recent diasporic experience. - Hussein Salim

    • Hussein Salim, Garden of Carnal Delights, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Garden of Carnal Delights, 2020
      R 92,000.00
    • Hussein Salim, Holi, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Holi, 2020
      R 94,879.60
    • Hussein Salim, Interlude II, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Interlude II, 2020
      R 94,879.60
    • Hussein Salim, Orack, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Orack, 2020
      Sold
    • Hussein Salim, Shift 1, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Shift 1, 2020
      R 117,879.60
    • Hussein Salim, Shift 2, 2020
      Hussein Salim, Shift 2, 2020
      R 92,000.00
  • Aza Mansongi
    Evasion, 2019
    Acrylic on cotton canvas
    160 x 160 cm
    R 125,000.00
    • Aza Mansongi, Retroviseur, 2019
      Aza Mansongi, Retroviseur, 2019
      R 128,590.00
    • Aza Mansongi, Sans Issue, 2019
      Aza Mansongi, Sans Issue, 2019
      R 125,000.00
    • Aza Mansongi, Boomerang 2, 2019
      Aza Mansongi, Boomerang 2, 2019
      R 55,630.00
    • Aza Mansongi, Abnegation, 2019
      Aza Mansongi, Abnegation, 2019
      Sold
  • Mark Chapman
    Astronaut, 2020
    earthware, glaze and under glaze
    29 x 17 x 13 cm
    Edition 1 of 1
    Sold
    • Mark Chapman, Flying Pig in Chanel Jacket , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Flying Pig in Chanel Jacket , 2020
      R 8,050.00
    • Mark Chapman, Oscar , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Oscar , 2020
      R 23,000.00
    • Mark Chapman, Flying Pig in Jeans, 2020
      Mark Chapman, Flying Pig in Jeans, 2020
      R 6,900.00
    • Mark Chapman, Strappy Dog , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Strappy Dog , 2020
      R 7,590.00
    • Mark Chapman, Dog 'n Bone , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Dog 'n Bone , 2020
      R 6,440.00
    • Mark Chapman, Cigar Smoking Gorilla , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Cigar Smoking Gorilla , 2020
      R 5,750.00
    • Mark Chapman, Dashhund , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Dashhund , 2020
      R 39,000.00
    • Mark Chapman, Tank , 2020
      Mark Chapman, Tank , 2020
      R 34,500.00
    • Mark Chapman, Dashhund, 2020
      Mark Chapman, Dashhund, 2020
      R 39,000.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: F(r)ight, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: F(r)ight, 2015
      R 10,150.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Premonition, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Premonition, 2015
      R 10,150.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Depositum, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Depositum, 2015
      R 10,150.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: F(l)ee F(l)ight, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: F(l)ee F(l)ight, 2015
      R 10,150.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Metal Nightmares, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Metal Nightmares, 2015
      R 10,150.00
    • Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Paper Dreams, 2015
      Christiaan Diedericks, Paper Dreams: Paper Dreams, 2015
      R 10,150.00
  • As a land artist Strijdom van der Merwe generally uses the materials as found on a chosen site. These sculptural...
    Strijdom Van der Merwe
    Triptych Chairs, 2016
    Mild Steel
    300 x 70 x 10 cm

    90kg
    R 115,000.00

    As a land artist Strijdom van der Merwe generally uses the materials as found on a chosen site. These sculptural forms take shape in relation to the landscape. It is a process of working with the natural environment/world by using what is found on site and then shaping these elements into geometrical forms until it gradually integrates with the natural environment again. Depending on the purpose of the exhibition or the commission the artist will also use materials that is brought in to the landscape in order the make a statement about our relationship with the land, in many of these works the installation is not permanent but only functional for the duration of a certain event.

    • Uwe Pfaff, Starting with Fish, 2018
      Uwe Pfaff, Starting with Fish, 2018
      R 46,000.00
    • Uwe Pfaff, School of Thought, Last Call 2, 2018
      Uwe Pfaff, School of Thought, Last Call 2, 2018
      R 44,100.00
  • Regi Bardavid
    When Dreams are Remembered as Songs, 2019
    Oil and beeswax on Canvas
    240 x 152 x 5 cm
    R 92,000.00
  • Paul Blomkamp
    The Strong Country - Magaliesberg Series, 2019
    Acrylic on canvas
    270 x 360 cm
    R 414,000.00
    • Paul Blomkamp, Atomic Blueprint , 2020
      Paul Blomkamp, Atomic Blueprint , 2020
      R 80,500.00
    • Paul Blomkamp, Velocity High 1, 2019
      Paul Blomkamp, Velocity High 1, 2019
      R 40,250.00
    • Paul Blomkamp, Simple Quantum Cipher's 1
      Paul Blomkamp, Simple Quantum Cipher's 1
      R 69,000.00
    • Paul Blomkamp, Simple Quantum Cipher's 7
      Paul Blomkamp, Simple Quantum Cipher's 7
      R 69,000.00
  • Paul Du Toit
    Twin Series
    Oil and Acrylic pasted on Polymer wood
    117 x 94 x 30
    R 184,000.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Twin series
      Paul Du Toit, Twin series
      R 63,250.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      R 63,250.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      R 63,250.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      R 63,250.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      Paul Du Toit, Twin Series
      R 97,750.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      R 172,500.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      R 172,500.00
    • Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      Paul Du Toit, Untitled
      R 172,500.00
  • Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract , 2019

    Dr. Esther Mahlangu

    Ndebele Abstract , 2019 Acrylic on canvas
    100 x 150 cm
    • Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract , 2019
      Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract , 2019
      $ 10,918.00
    • Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract, 2019
      Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract, 2019
      Sold
    • Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract , 2019
      Dr. Esther Mahlangu, Ndebele Abstract , 2019
      $ 10,918.00
  • Sfiso Ka-Mkame, Letters to Home, 2012

    Sfiso Ka-Mkame

    Letters to Home, 2012 Oil pastel on paper
    139,5 x 168 cm
  • Ronald Muchatuta
    A hard Journey, 2020
    Mixed media on canvas
    100 x 150 cm
    R 138,000.00
    • Ronald Muchatuta, Blackness II, 2020
      Ronald Muchatuta, Blackness II, 2020
      R 138,000.00
    • Ronald Muchatuta, Blackness III, 2020
      Ronald Muchatuta, Blackness III, 2020
      R 138,000.00
    • Ronald Muchatuta, Mudzimu/Ancestor, 2020
      Ronald Muchatuta, Mudzimu/Ancestor, 2020
      R 138,000.00
    • Ronald Muchatuta, The Wise, 2020
      Ronald Muchatuta, The Wise, 2020
      R 138,000.00
    • Ronald Muchatuta, Sun Goddess, 2020
      Ronald Muchatuta, Sun Goddess, 2020
      Sold
    • Mbongeni Buthelezi, Full of Hope 1
      Mbongeni Buthelezi, Full of Hope 1
      R 184,000.00
    • Mbongeni Buthelezi, Office Lady
      Mbongeni Buthelezi, Office Lady
      R 126,500.00
  • Carl Roberts
    Skin , 2013
    Wild Fig Wood
    304 x 58 x 60 cm
    R 143,750.00
    • Carl Roberts, J'Accuse, 2018
      Carl Roberts, J'Accuse, 2018
      R 34,500.00
    • Carl Roberts, Man in a tree, 2018
      Carl Roberts, Man in a tree, 2018
      R 28,750.00
    • Carl Roberts, Spongebob, 2019
      Carl Roberts, Spongebob, 2019
      R 30,650.00
    • Carl Roberts, Weed Woman, 2017
      Carl Roberts, Weed Woman, 2017
      R 26,850.00
  • Louis Chanu
    Torso, 2020
    Plant carbon resin
    80 cm
    R 55,000.00
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