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.
A cozy interview with the Mozambican artist reinventing the representation dialogue.
His work references both Western and Motswana symbols, creating a dichotomy between different worldviews.
Her emotive, monochrome works are inspired by a deep and poignant longing for something unattainable.
Fair-goers tell us about the works that captured their attention and caused them to stop and think.
Using beads, fabric, wire and steel, Igshaan Adams explores the complexities of cultural hybridity.
Four women share their thoughts around the possibilities of digital art and the tech industry’s move towards inclusivity.
Mawande Ka Zenzile blends together disparate motifs and materials in his artwork, which explore new narratives by reinterpreting the old.
Their work will be presented in dialogue as a joint Gallery Solo Project at the 2016 FNB JoburgArtFair.
Parodying false markers of nationhood in South Africa and the feminine construct in the eyes and laws of men.
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.
The 2016 FNB Art Prize winning artist who works in drawing, painting, installation, space, time and memory.
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.
These collages juxtapose imagery from 60s ethnographic African art books with elements of contemporary culture.
These are some of the artists and art galleries we’re looking forward to seeing at the ninth FNB JoburgArtFair.