From Faith 47’s stampeding zebras to a shadow boxing Nelson Mandela, photographer Kgomotso Neto and writer Vuyiswa Xekatwane take us on a city tour of Joburg’s public art.
‘We should dare to disrupt’ stereotypical representations ‘Intimate Justice in the Stolen Moment’ by American artist Ayana V. Jackson
We highlight the work of 10 womxn artists showing at FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
Creative icon Trevor Stuurman talks to us about his upcoming solo, his collaboration with hat brand Simon and Mary and the creatively fertile continent he calls home.
From stylist Kwena Baloyi to Hollywood actor Nondumiso Tembe and chef Ash Heeger plus more, meet some of the phenomenal womxn that feature on this year’s Creative Womxn programme.
Watch celebrated artist Gerald Machona shave Dada Khanyisa’s text-based work on his head in this Bayeza exchange, as the two engage social-economics, tradition and more.
The Mother City has a gallery for every kind of artwork. We’ve summed up a few Cape Town Art galleries with the help of our fave illustrator, Jonny Smith.
The Jozi crowds turned up decked out in their hottest threads and shimmied to amazing live local music backed up by art, design, and fashion at Constitution Hill last weekend. We were there at 2017’s hottest celebration of creative freedom. Bashu Uhuru Freedom Fest sponsored by Nando’s It began on […]
From Zoë Modiga to Kieron Jina and more, watch five exceptional artists chat about the National Arts Festival, what’s to come and some of their wildest moments there.
The Maitland Institute provides an alternative setting for artists to create and talk about their work.
From stand-up comedy to theatre to live music, here’s what we’re booking tickets for at this year’s NAF.
Curated by Daniel Dunson, sculptor Kwame Akoto-Bamfo’s exhibition is a long overdue ritual of passage for the millions of lives lost (and survived) during the Middle Passage, writes Hakeem Adam.
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part one.
Themba Khumalo conveys a narrative about his home, Johannesburg, through the dry artistic medium of charcoal. We take a look at his calm yet dynamic paintings.
These are the artworks that made us do a double-take at the 57th Venice Biennale.