10and5 presents a brand new video series, ON COLOURS. Each week, 4 creatives talk colour association. To kick off, artist-designer Jana Hamman chats on all things blue.
Photographer Alix-Rose Cowie creates still life in honour of yellow, and curates a moodboard of the palette inspired by the works of creatives across the country.
His refusal to ignore the everyday issues of poverty, discrimination, injustice and political uncertainty that surround him, coupled with his frustration with society fuel this Mfuleni artist’s process of creating mixed-media work on metal sheets.
A recent exhibition of 300 Creative Blocks at the GFI Gallery celebrates the inclusion of Eastern Cape artists in this long-standing artist-development programme.
Writer Kenny Morifi-Winslow traces the birth of the colour blue, and how the once elitist shade became the source of inspiration for many artists.
With original still life and moodboards on SA creative work, 10and5 presents a new visual series that each week represents one of four colours.
The latest body of work by artist Boyce Magandela celebrates the warmth, strength, power, and beauty of women.
Award-winning artist Banele Khoza’s latest show, LOVE?, takes aim at the irony of disengagement in our uber-connected contemporary society.
Artworks created by Emma Nourse for the recent Moving Still group exhibition shift and change as light moves through their translucent materials, casting a constantly moving sub-work of shadows. We catch up with her as the exhibition comes to an end.
In our latest episode of Making, Jonette Engelbrecht — flowersmith and founder of Joburg florist Botanicus — talks the art of floral arrangements.
Nando’s is known for putting their PERi-power behind Southern African art and design, using their restaurants worldwide to globally celebrate the wealth of incredible talent in our country, while making a difference to the lives of Southern African artists and designers with whom Nando’s loves to collaborate. 1) Nando’s Oxford, […]
The thoughtfully incisive journey of artist Emalie Bingham continues in her most recent body of work that explores the deconstruction and reconstruction of her continually evolving paradigms, experience and patterns of thought.
The tension between skill and immediacy brings a poetic sense of adventure to two exhibitions that recently featured work by this prolific Cape Town artist.
We take a look at This Is What Makes Us Girls*, an intersectional feminist zine aimed at providing a platform for the underrepresented.
Known to many as Unity Bond from ‘The Foxy Five’ series, artist and activist Duduza Mchunu explores self through creativity.