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South African artist, printmaker and bookbinder.  Royal College of Art, London, graduate in MA Print.  Former student at Academy of Art University, San Francisco.  Former resident at Pilotenkueche in Leipzig, Germany. 





For commissions and sales please contact the artist directly.  


2017.09 - 2019.07 MA Print (graduated in allocated time)

                              Royal College of Art (London, UK)

2016.09 - 2017.07 MFA Printmaking (unfinished - acceptance to Royal College of Art)                                        Academy of Art University (San Francisco, USA) 

2012.01 - 2015.12 BA Information Design (graduated in allocated time) 

                              University of Pretoria (Pretoria, South Africa)


2020.03.21 Hard Fluid Betrayal

                   Pilotenkueche, Leipzig, (Germany)

2020.02.29 Almost Tension

                   Alte Handelsschule, Leipzig (Germany)

2020.02.03 Cluster Photography and Print 

                   Ugly Duck, London  (UK)

2019.10.31 The London Ultra 

                   Bargehouse, London  (UK)

2019.07.06 Central Saint Martins Short Courses Window Gallery Exhibition 2019

                   UAL Central Saint Martins, London (UK)

2019.03.01 WHAT A RELIEF!? 

                   CGP London /  Gallery By The Pool, London  (UK)

2017.05.16 Academy of Art University Fine Art Spring Show 

                   2225 Jerrold, San Francisco (USA) 

2017.04.17 Book Arts Student Showcase (MFA presenter) 

                   The Book Club of California, San Francisco (USA)

2017.03.01 Print and/or Book Show

                   Atelier Gallery, San Francisco (USA)


01.01.2020 - 31.03.2020 Pilotenkueche International Art Programme Leipzig (Germany) 


2021.02 Shortlisted for Arte Laguna Prize 2020/2021

2021.02 Shortlisted for The Signature Art Prize 2020/2021

2017.05 2nd Place MFA Printmaking (Academy of Art University Fine Art Spring Show) 

2017.05 Directors Choice MFA Book Arts (Academy of Art University Fine Art Spring Show) 


13.03.2020 Artist Spotlight: Margo van Rooyen by Rosie Shackleton,

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