Siwa Mgoboza’s vibrant work explores the history of his clanfolk, amaHlubi, and envisions an African future that challenges societal norms.
South Africa’s best-kept art secret, Creative Blocks, offers access to artworks by established and emerging artists at a standard and affordable price.
Jeppestown’s impressive collection of street art is testament to an ever-evolving community that is creative, traditional and contemporary.
This week Cape Town wows us with men’s fashion, plenty of art openings and the Electronic Music Festival.
It’s First Thursdays again and you know what that means – time to head into the city and see some art.
Theatre-maker and performer Roberto Pombo shares his thoughts on Roger Ballen’s current exhibition, ‘The House Project’. Hectic.
Cloaked with vibrant colours and playful forms, Simphiwe Ndzube’s work touches on themes of black subjugation, migration and beauty ideals.
With digital art on the rise, an exhibition dedicated entirely to the art of .gifs is taking place offline and for the first time in Cape Town tonight.
This week in the Mother City there are plenty of interactive creative events, 5 exhibition openings and a free Sunday concert.
Wondering what the city of Joburg has in store for you this week? How about art exhibitions, some of the best musical and comedic acts and so much more.
Playful and Duchampion in nature, Julia Kabat’s provocative multidisciplinary work challenges the functions of everyday objects.
Kyra Papé’s abject sculptural forms explore the uncomfortable interplay between amorphous substance and defined geometric plains in a primordial installation.
Beneath a humourous and neon pink facade, Peter Chantler’s illustrations are dead serious.
This week’s list of exhibitions and events around the city offer the perfect mix of world history, inspiration and humour.
Experience live music, magic, oudoor movie nights and summer school in Cape Town this week.