Tony Gum’s ‘Ode to She’ reiterates the power of Xhosa womxn, whilst acknowledging their multifaceted roles and experiences of self, family and society.
From VR headsets to beadwork interpretations of art, Nando’s celebrates its passion for Southern African creativity with new pop-up gallery.
Tshwanelo Modise talks about her recent body of work, The Fine Line, a collection of portraits depicting her personal muses and heroes.
At the 29th annual Loeries Awards, Nando’s Artists Society took home a Silver Loerie in the Shared Value category.
Embroidery is not an enemy of the digital age. Five artists from across Africa share their groundbreaking works and thoughts on the age-old art form.
Artist Quentin Edward Williams talks us through his latest solo project of paintings, drawings and installation.
Take a photographic walkabout of the interior of Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art and get a sneak peek of the art on exhibition.
Chief curator and director of MOCAA Mark Coetzee takes us on a tour of the nine-floor structure, designed by Thomas Heatherwick.
Self-taught Joburg artist Yolanda Mazwana finds her medium and her voice in neo-expressionist painting. Take a peek at the emerging artist’s portfolio.
From Sethembile Msezane to Walter Oltmann and more, we take a video walkabout of the annual FNB Joburg Art Fair.
We catch up with Lady Skollie about her latest solo, its unapologetic political undertone and her first ‘official’ performance at Joburg Art Fair.
We caught up with Thenjiwe Nkosi in her Joburg studio as she put the final touches on a series of paintings ahead of the FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
From multidisciplinary artists pioneering new works to a PR maverick and critic, here are 10 practitioners creating, interrogating and nurturing visual arts.
10and5’s Nikki Zakkas and Stefanie Jason select six artworks that made their cut at the past weekend’s FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
We attended the opening evening of the 10th anniversary of FNB Joburg Art Fair to see who was wearing what.