From a shift in presidency to an exploration of Sarah Baartman’s life at Design Indaba and the black women artists presenting at Cape Town Art Fair, Stefanie Jason recaps on the week that was in the city.
On seeing red. Writer and academic Lindokuhle Nkosi paints a picture of the colour in words and images.
The latest instalment of 10and5’s weekly series that celebrates 4 colours, is red.
Multifaceted creative Kenny Jules Morifi-Winslow talks to us about her earliest memory of the colour green.
Sandile ‘Ashar’ Mhlongo’s paintings articulate his life story – one of personal struggle, strong family ties, and friendships. His mission as an artist is to express the lives of his community, where crime, poverty, and hopelessness are a reality in a context of very little money and the fear of […]
Thabisa Mjo of Mash T Design studio has been blazing big guns since she won Nando’s Hot Young Designer Talent Search for her Tutu 2.0 light in 2015. Honours for this design include prestigious awards from 100% Design SA and Design Foundation, and invitations to exhibit at international design fairs […]
Tracing the use of green in the works of contemporary artists, writer Sandiso Ngubane sees the hue as a colour for expressing the issues we face today.
Photographer Alix-Rose Cowie creates still life in honour of green, and curates a moodboard of the palette inspired by the works of creatives across the country.
Worn and found shoes serve as metaphor for the human soul as this artist from Delft grapples with life.
‘The future of yellow is based on the future of humanity’. Trend analyst Nicola Cooper writes on the history and current revival of the shade.
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.