Sindiso Nyoni’s art is inspired by social change and the history of resistance. Inspired by struggle posters and revolutionary leaders, Sindiso believes in making work that is socially conscious and responsible.
Nkcubeko Balani’s new work “Aesthetics from a heritage: Knowing through Revealing and Concealing” looks at the intersections between culture, personal identity and modern influences.
Wezile Mgibe is a Port Elizabeth-based performance artist who uses sound, visuals and movement to interrogate culture, history, exclusion and the system.
Joburg’s city bus shelters are being transformed by Faatimah and Al Luke in partnership with the Halls Own The Moment campaign.
Sel Kofiga’s latest body of work, ‘Drowning on February 3rd’, illustrates the emotional struggle that comes with loss, writes Hakeem Adam.
Creativate, the new festival taking place at this year’s National Arts Festival, will explore the space where art, creativity and technology meet.
The artist chats to Nkgopoleng Moloi about experimenting with a new medium and participating in the Kooshk residency in Tehran earlier this year.
For our May issue photographed by UK creative Mahaneela, we spotlight Joburg-based artists Lunga Ntila, Ferrari Sheppard, Nkhensani Mkhari and Rendani Nemakhavhani.
Norval Foundation recently opened in Steenberg and is dedicated to the research and exhibition of 20th and 21st Century visual art.
With a new body of work titled, Private: A Studio Glimpse, contemporary painter Luke Batha balances form, colour and light.
Launched in Gauteng this weekend, ‘Not a Single Story’ features the work of legendary artists Dr Esther Mahlangu, Yoko Ono and more.
With a new solo show in Europe, Tony Gum explores the use of sculpture but remains faithful to her peculiar stylistic figure: the self-portrait.
Artist brothers Daniel and Hayden live halfway across the world from each other, but they’ve chosen an interesting way to keep in touch: a joint Instagram account.
‘Ungrounding Landscapes’ is art student Gabrielle Kruger’s latest exhibition deconstructing landscape painting.
Growing up on the Cape Flats and seeing Tretchikoff’s Chinese Girl often is what inspired collective Memories from Mithchell’s Plain to reimagine the artist’s work.