These collages juxtapose imagery from 60s ethnographic African art books with elements of contemporary culture.
These are some of the artists and art galleries we’re looking forward to seeing at the ninth FNB JoburgArtFair.
CT is bringing August to a close with retrospective exhibition by Danielle Clough, a chance to network at Night Owls and new work by Chris Denovan.
Lerato Bereng speaks with us about curating exhibitions at Stevenson and in small towns in Lesotho that aim to draw people in, spark conversations and create dialogue about what’s going on outside gallery walls.
A candid interview about being vulnerable, taking personal responsibility and relearning what it means to be “good”.
Cape Town artist Elize Vossgatter on painting backwards and with her eyes closed, choice, thriving on contradictions, and work that speaks of our unnatural relationship with the natural environment.
Want to know about the business of art? Lady Skollie says be consistent, know your audience and always call the shots.
‘Elementary Wisdom’ is a new body of work by artist Emalie Bingham that features inseparable layers of process and concept, with painstaking detail that is fantastically liberating.
Rumblings in the secondary art market having given birth to a new fine art auction house, Aspire Art Auctions. We chat to the founders to find out more.
This week in Cape Town we’re excited for new exhibitions, a folk music festival and a performance about a ninja superhero.
Your guide to what’s going down in Joburg this week.
This weekend the Turbine Art Fair was held in Johannesburg, promoting the work of local artists to a new art audience and collector base.
Intrigued by what people show on the surface, Zemba Luzamba’s oil paintings play with what he sees vs what’s really going on.
It’s all happening in Cape Town this week. Here’s your weekly list of things to see and do.
In the last few years Cape Town based painter Mia Chaplin has gone from a graduate to a signed artist, and we’ve been watching her work the whole time.