Since his days as a detained political activist, Xolile Mtakatya has grown and grown as an artist. We speak to him about his process and career so far.
We caught up with Nkoali Nawa, miner turned artist, to speak about his artistic process, his journey so far and his work with the Nando’s Art Initiative.
Part of a Masters of Fine Art exhibition, Callan Grecia’s ‘These Aesthetics are not New’ seeks to interrogate the relationship between IRL and URL and how our ways of seeing are ingrained in thousands of years of visual literacy.
Didn’t make it to the Cape Town Art Fair? Here’s a glimpse of this year’s highlights in pictures.
In this week’s edition of creative cool, we’ve got exhibition openings, new visual work, a web-series set in Joburg, and a strikingly cinematic music video. Dive in.
Zimbabwe-born, Cape Town-based fine artist Brett Charles Seiler engages with queer identity through performance, painting and installation art. Read our in-depth interview with the artist here.
Chief curator Tumelo Mosaka chats to us ahead of the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair.
The ICA Live Art Festival is bringing diverse and provocative performance art to the Mother City. We’ve highlighted just a few of these performances, artworks and installations.
We’ve got you covered when it comes to knowing the who, what and why on the creative scene this week.
Ever felt dazed and confused at an exhibition opening? Lady Aria Grey is here with a few pro-tips on how to behave appropriately at art galleries.
Fine arts graduate Michal Kruger uses rugby as a metaphor to explore white Afrikaner masculinity.
Rhode’s third solo show with the gallery, Paths and Fields sees the artist play with colour, symmetry, and the built environment. Read our QnA with him here.
With Cape Town Art Fair just around the corner, we’ve sifted through the diverse and far-reaching programme to highlight a few of the artists whose work we’re most excited to see.
The artist’s latest work sees the foundations of the South African nation critiqued and represented through institutionalised forms of remembrance.
What initially began as an investigation of Tamil culture and tradition, became a powerful piece of performance art. Read our QnA with Wits Fine Art graduate, Lemishka Moodley.