Alice Goldin: Cape Woodcut
Alice Goldin is a well known South African Printmaker whose work covers over six decades of lino, woodblock and silkscreen prints. The SA Print Gallery takes delight in being able to exhibit a selection of 24 prints predominately from her Cape periods.
SA Print Gallery Director Gabriel Clark-Brown states, "I have always been inspired by Alice's work and this show is intended to recognise Alice’s contribution to South African Printmaking, while introducing her work to a whole new generation of printmakers.
More about Alice Goldin
Alice was born in Vienna, Austria. After leaving Vienna she lived in England from 1938- 1948 and has lived in SA since 1948, first in Pretoria and then, since 1971, in Cape Town.
Education: Alice studied painting and graphic art at the Pretoria Technical College and later woodcutting and colour printing with S Giuliani in Rome and screen printing in London in 1977/8
She spent three weeks working at Mishkenot Sha’ananim in Jerusalem during October 1984 a subsequent 8 visits since 1988 to The Cite des Arts, Paris. Alice has had more that 40 Solo shows of her work in South Africa since 1959.