The Sweden-born, South African-based artist seeks to bring together a universal humanity, fractured by history, time and origin.
We zone in on three women in a fine art photographic series that explores the female body politic.
Titled ‘reckoning’, the short film features performance artist Quaid Heneke as they swiftly dismantle preconceived notions surrounding gender and identity.
Got goosebumps? These South African bone-chillers have it all: zombies, tokoloshes, serial killers and psycho hitchhikers.
From finding a tame-enough goat for an art opening to drawing up floor plans, Stevenson Jo’burg gallerina Zakara Raitt tells us what she does on the daily.
With a keen eye for the city and all of its debris, Pat Mautloa uses unique materials in his work. We spoke to the artist about mediums, mask making and more.
Juggling a number of monikers and projects, Steve Hogg is an individual who draws inspiration from everything around him.
Step inside Sheila-Madge Bakker’s house of style where downright delicious colours and even better textiles await.
James Freemantle headed through to this year’s Rocking The Daisies and came back with a few shining realisations about music, family and good samaritans.
Chilli M uses popular icons to unite South Africans and challenge societal norms.
In a 3-part illustrated series, Motlatsi Khosi portrays Johannesburg as a site of opportunity while highlighting the human cost of this “concrete paradise”.
From drinks trollies to drop earrings, jumpsuits to ink artworks, these are the pieces that caught our eye over the weekend at the 2016 Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair.
Sun’s out! Why not try something with a cool citrus zing?
#FeesMustFall placards, a new hip-hop stage, and the usual drunken revelry made appearances at this year’s festival, but just how inclusive was the event?
We gain insight into the narrative behind the young artist’s striking documentary work as she takes us through a few of her favourite photographs.