Lizette Chirrime’s fabric collages are inspired by her relationship with water and the feminine. We spoke with her about Mozambique, art and healing, and her new works.
Author: Louise McCann
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.
We speak to the abstract painter about painting large, living and painting by chance, and her experience of the recent 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
We spoke to the cross-disciplinary artist about tech and fashion as a form of resistance and his participation at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
From daily taxi commutes to the pockets of nature squeezed between Jo’burg’s urban spaces, Audrey Anderson’s art is inspired by the city she lives in.
In this Loeries Gold and Grand Prix-winning initiative, a team of art lovers hop in a car and visit different studios in search of remarkable art.
Fabric, scales, animal fur and human hair all find their way into the symbolic works of this Mozambican artist who dreams of being a mermaid.
Cape Town artist Elize Vossgatter on painting backwards and with her eyes closed, choice, thriving on contradictions, and work that speaks of our unnatural relationship with the natural environment.
‘Elementary Wisdom’ is a new body of work by artist Emalie Bingham that features inseparable layers of process and concept, with painstaking detail that is fantastically liberating.
Intrigued by what people show on the surface, Zemba Luzamba’s oil paintings play with what he sees vs what’s really going on.
Wherever she shows, she makes big waves. Kilmany-Jo Liversage, aka ORDA, speaks to us about the evolution of her style, globetrotting, and the give and take of site-specific installations.
Self-taught artist Khaya Sineyile shares the colours, textures and experiences of his journey of discovery creating artwork for the Nando’s Qatar Jika Jika exhibition held at the Souk Waqif Art Centre in the heart of a bustling market in Doha.
A collaboration between the South African Department of Art and Culture, Nando’s and the South African Embassy in Qatar saw the opening of the Jika Jika exhibition in Doha, Qatar.
South Africa’s best-kept art secret, Creative Blocks, offers access to artworks by established and emerging artists at a standard and affordable price.
Nando’s recent hosting of the Broken Monsters Charity Art Show in Cape Town and Johannesburg was a big, beautiful, generous success.