Mawande Ka Zenzile blends together disparate motifs and materials in his artwork, which explore new narratives by reinterpreting the old.
Author: Layla Leiman
Their work will be presented in dialogue as a joint Gallery Solo Project at the 2016 FNB JoburgArtFair.
Georgina and Nicola are kindred sartorial spirits. For Creative Womxn 2016 they agreed to answer questions about themselves and each other using words and interpretive pictures.
Alight is a vividly interactive one night only event that will set the city alight with interactive light and sound based artworks that can only be described as electric!
Trends researcher and analyst Nicola Cooper speaks to us about reading the future without a crystal ball and embracing a heightened sense of purpose.
Joburg-based multi-media artist Meghan Judge traverses the streets, malls and temples of the Sichuan capital.
There aren’t too many creative events happening in Joburg this week, but the ones that are look set to be biggies.
Grow a Pair is a new videos series by Black Gosling that explores common topics and experiences that women often discuss in closed circles but rarely in public forums.
The multi-potentialist talks to us about the idea of home, her favourite time of day and season, and why love is so important for the future.
It’s a big weekend in Durban this week with The Loeries and the Interpret Durban creative festival both going down. We asked 6 locals to share a few bite-size snippets about their city.
Lerato Bereng speaks with us about curating exhibitions at Stevenson and in small towns in Lesotho that aim to draw people in, spark conversations and create dialogue about what’s going on outside gallery walls.
This week in Joburg there are some great curated group openings, solo shows, special women’s month skills share events.
Missed 100% Design this year? Here are some of the very covetable design pieces and decor items that caught our eye at the expo.
100% Design opens tomorrow at Gallagher Estate, showcasing the best contemporary design and products.
Ahead of Oppikoppi 2016, we’re looking back over 22 years of Koppi artwork, right from the first festival back in 1994 to this year’s event.