In her latest exhibition ‘Aqua Regalia – Chapter Two’, South African artist Faith47 interrogates the dichotomy between the mundane and the sacred.
Lauren von Gogh and Robyn Cook shed some light on their eccentric and constantly evolving art insititute, Sober & Lonely.
Tonight is the Joburg opening of the Broken Monsters Charity Art Show sponsored by Nando’s, and you’re invited.
Oozing still-lifes, leering aristocracy and martian landscapes are the subject matter of Lizza Littlewort’s new collection of paintings which present a biting commentary on pervasive white privilege in post-colonial South Africa.
A group show currently showing at Salon 91, ‘Past Futures’ explores matters of tension between man, technology and dogmatic religion.
Stephanie Simpson spends a good part of her days doodling away in studio – drawing creatures, people, and lots of cats.
Zanele Muholi has made it her life’s work to create a frank yet nuanced documentation of primarily black, LGBTI life in South Africa.
Death, the great equalizer, the reminder of our mortality, is what inspired David Brits to explore the life of his late maternal grandfather.
Using multi textured woodcuts inspired by graffiti, Cape Town artist Boeta Phyf creates creative, colourful and sometimes shocking characters and masks.
Room Gallery is hosting second instalment of the Bright Night Project with works by Chris Saunders, Mzwandile Buthelezi, Karabo Poppy Molestane and more.
In light of his upcoming show at Southern Guild, Porky Hefer spoke to us about his childhood spent travelling South Africa and a crocodile called Eugenie.
An ode to the legendary Brenda Fassie, art duo FAKA describe their new video ‘From a Distance’ as a “Gqom-Gospel lamentation for dick”. Watch it here.
Debbie Turner’s day job as a senior digital designer at Liquorice Agency had her eager to experiment with a more tactile art form. The medium of collage fit this bill.
Based off of collage work on Instagram, Tiger Maremela’s multimedia series seeks to interrogate, through sound, video, and images, the myth of South Africa’s Rainbow Nation.
Realism matters little in Marlene Steyn’s inter-braided world, which stars any number of her “selves” sporting fried eggs for knees and twisted tongues.