New local web-series ‘Gaze’ uses the Cape Town art world as a metaphor to interrogate how we view others, and how they view us.
Author: Gabriella Pinto
Mbali Tshabalala’s illustrations echo the world of social media where everything is simultaneously foreign and familiar, instantaneous and arresting. See his work here.
Didn’t make it to the Cape Town Art Fair? Here’s a glimpse of this year’s highlights in pictures.
Ulfah Davids is breaking binaries with her gender-fluid fashion. See her latest lookbook with Kyle Weeks and Buck Whaley here.
Chief curator Tumelo Mosaka chats to us ahead of the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair.
The ICA Live Art Festival is bringing diverse and provocative performance art to the Mother City. We’ve highlighted just a few of these performances, artworks and installations.
We’ve got you covered when it comes to knowing the who, what and why on the creative scene this week.
Ever felt dazed and confused at an exhibition opening? Lady Aria Grey is here with a few pro-tips on how to behave appropriately at art galleries.
Fine arts graduate Michal Kruger uses rugby as a metaphor to explore white Afrikaner masculinity.
It was his commitment to documenting his son’s childhood that saw Lindsey first fall in love with photography. See how his work’s evolved here.
With Cape Town Art Fair just around the corner, we’ve sifted through the diverse and far-reaching programme to highlight a few of the artists whose work we’re most excited to see.
Local actress Phumzile Sitole talks to us about struggles, auditions, mentors met in coffee shops, and her flourishing career in New York.
Thinking of starting a crowdunding campaign? We spoke to ThundaFund and The Foxy Five team to find out what a successful campaign actually entails.
In her latest work, the artist duplicates the feminine ideal to the point of parody. We speak with Jana Babez about ‘Miss Debutante’.
Luke Ruiters celebrates self-expression and gender fluidity through fashion. View his graduate collection here.