Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
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AHEM! is South Africa’s first gallery dedicated to illustration, concept art and animation. Read our quick interview with its founders.
Lhola Amira took a trip to Ghana recently to see what 60 years of decolonisation looks like. We caught up with the artist to discuss her trip, and the resultant body of work.
“It’s happening live, and there aren’t retakes, for them or you. Then you get something special”, says performance photographer Nardus Engelbrecht.
Marnus Strydom documents the desolate beauty of his rural hometown, Aliwal North, through ‘the haunted mundane.’
See illustrations of Riky Rick, Emtee and Priddy Ugly by Durban-based graphic design student, Thabiso Radebe.
Poet Francine Simon on mixed cultural influences, the perception of poetry and her debut collection, ‘Thungachi’.
Jenna Echakowitz aims to break the drab veil that smothers everyday existence by capturing the ephemeral. Read through a few of the photographer’s tips here.
This week we recommend letting loose on the dance floor, trying a poké bowl and testing your GIF-making talents.
The line-up at this year’s Design Indaba is explosive! Take a look at our must-see list of speakers, musicians, exhibitions and more.
Jay Pather schools us on the transformative power of Live art.
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.
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.