Splitting her work up into equal parts conceptual and experimental is what the artist says gives her the drive to keep creating new projects.
Ink, watercolour and gouache bring Tara Deacon’s daily observations to life. Pore over them here.
Warren Editions was the the only print making studio from Africa to participate in the A/EB Fair in NY. We speak to Zhané Warren to find out more about the local printmaking scene.
Artist Mia Chaplin talks about the emotional universality of Edvard Munchs’s work and how it remains a constant source of inspiration.
Time, and how we imagine and inhabit it is something that the multi-media artist is deeply fascinated with. Her work explores the liminal space where contesting narratives intersect with one another.
Ahead of her exhibition ‘No More Worlds to Conquer’ we take a look at Liza Grobler’s immersive sculptural work ‘Barbed Wire Paradise’.
Performing artist Buhlebezwe Siwani talks about the mesmerising impact Diane Victor’s smoke portraits had on her during a high school outing.
For Mandy Coppes-Martin, art is a useful and necessary tool when it comes to engaging with issues of sustainability and humankind’s relationship with nature.
This multi-media artists uses everyday found objects to playfully interrogate perceptions of reality.
From historic galleries to brand new artistic spaces, Jo’burg has always been home to a number of thriving artistic enclaves. Here are a few you should know.
After years of cultural isolation, the fine art of the 90s put South Africa back on the global art map. Check out a few of SA’s breakthrough artists from years past.
Kate’s new series of “body portraits” sets out to challenge normative narratives around gender and sexuality, instead offering a spectral range of fluid possibilities.
Multi-media artist Nolan Oswald Dennis tells us why Santu Mofokeng’s photograph album inspires him.
In the artist’s latest solo exhibition at Cape Town’s Stevenson gallery, he deals with the distinctly corporeal through scaled down, palm-sized works.
With militarised campuses across the country, striking parallels between past and present social injustices are drawn in the artist’s new body of work.