10and5’s Tshepiso Mabula photographs and talks to duo Thabiso Perman and Sbusiso Dlamini, who are committed to removing stereotypes attached to tattoo culture in their community.
The Paris-based artist recently took over Stevenson’s Joburg gallery as part of a month-long residency. The result: a surreal and temporary black hole.
Mosa Mahlaba, Mark Lewis, Tanya Zack, Madoda Mkhobeni and Shaun Gaylard pay homage to Jozi.
Cape Town painter Rose Chaston’s abstract body positive paintings celebrate the nude form in all its proportions.
Naturalistas, hair artists and hair street culture bloggers attended natural hair care brand Alodia’s recent pop up. Check out some of the crowns at the event.
‘To me, Biko is liberation.’ Five South African artists share their works celebrating the legacy of anti-apartheid activist and leader of the Black Consciousness Movement.
As the PPC Imaginarium Film Category comes to a close, three winners of the 2017 prize share their art and what taking the coveted accolade means for them.
From Nakhane to siblings Kim and Laura ‘Lady Skollie’ Windvogel, we look at ways creatives are changing the way we discuss sex and identity politics.
Kudzanai-Violet Hwami’s first solo exhibition at the Tyburn Gallery in London explores layered identities and notions of home in the diaspora.
‘With hard work and persistence, it seems anything is possible,’ says Banele Khoza, the winner of Absa L’Atelier’s 2017 Gerard Sekoto Award.
Get to know visual artist Limb as she explores the psychological and corporeal condition of being human in her debut solo exhibition ‘Limb presents Of’.
Get to know the young artists who took top honors at the 2017 Absa L’Atelier awards.
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.