”There is an obvious and undeniable imbalance in the art world at large, and we’re seeing more and more of a critique of this in popular media.”
Mesh Club has partnered with the contemporary artists and printmakers of David Krut Projects to launch The Print Club.
Visual artist, Bronwyn Lace, will be speaking at Vega in Randburg on 1 March 2019.
Pauw’s work has formed part of several group exhibitions since 2014, with his latest work being showcased at SMITH as part of the Rendezvous exhibit. We look at five of Bert’s top art installations.
The Transparent Geometries light art installation was recently featured at the Spier Festival of Light Art.
A unique exchange turned into an experimental concept that brought together top some of South Africa’s top artists.
The Investec Cape Town Art Fair has positioned itself as the largest international fair on the continent, showcasing works from major galleries in South Africa, Africa and the world.
The late Lewis Nkosi’s novel Mating Birds is the reflective starting point for KZNSA Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019, a curatorial essay based on the effects of the Immorality Acts introduced during colonial and apartheid South Africa. Nkosi’s original novel published in the late 1980s was highly praised internationally but equally […]
Izandla Zethu African Jewelry is an organisation giving young people jobs and helping them build skill sets in the Walmer township, Eastern cape. Using their hands they produce necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets and key rings using corrugated iron.
Freelance artist Marilize Ackermann from Cape Town, now based in Senegal creates collages, mosaics and illustrations. Her work looks at the relations between humans, animals and objects.
The New African is a solo exhibition by Cape Town-born artist Buhle Nkalashe. It will show on 6 December at the Youngblood Africa Gallery in Cape Town.
Digital artist, illustrator and writer Keneilwe Kwanaite says ANTI sequence is a series of illustrations that celebrates South African creatives who have inspired him over the years.
Joburg-based artist, NEGASIWRLD says ‘Multitudes, sis: The Journey to Centre of Identity’ is a portraiture series “exploring the concepts of duality for the black queer African living in the present with influences and visions of the future.”
Fine artist Neo Mahlangu creates art using digital illustrations and charcoal, and social media as an additional medium. She says she aims to create work that inspires self-reflection and introspection.
Cape Town-based artist and beekeeper Anna van der Ploeg talks about how her Growing to the Sun collection has androgynous characters with a stronger focus on the plot of the story than on the characters themselves.