This week on Creative Cool we’re watching documentaries, visiting a new market and listening to Penny Siopis talking about contemporary painting.
Mohau Modisakeng gives us the scoop on the artwork he’s created for the 57th Venice Biennale.
Music videos, enthralling exhibitions, and 70’s themed parties with killer line-ups set the tone for this week’s dose of creative cool. Check it all out here.
Get to know eight diverse African artists commanding international attention at Venice Biennale’s 57th edition, themed Viva Arte Viva.
Kirsten Beets paints ant-like people surrounded by vast empty spaces which prompts us to think about our relationship with nature.
The work of Ilana Seati explores the familiar and unfamiliar nature of portraiture and anatomical representation. See a few pieces from her latest exhibition here.
Short films, dazzling music videos, irresistible fashion and so much more makes up this week’s dose of creative cool. Dive in.
A disco party, Original Swimming Party’s new EP and MOMO’s sculpture exhibition are on our creative cool radar this week.
Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
Valeria Geselev interviews Nokulunga Zondo, a nurse who wrote a poem that inspired a traveling group exhibition. What started with her frustration with the South African peculiar custom of white curtains, reveals the power of art as social commentary.
Bulgar Witchez add magic to our feeds, Fela Gucci shares a riotous collection of experimental electronic music and Milliepop Festival takes over Lothair in this week’s Creative Cool.
This week’s creative cool brings new exhibitions, music videos, trippy botanicals, and so much more.
This week we recommend letting loose on the dance floor, trying a poké bowl and testing your GIF-making talents.
The idea of play is central to the practice of fine artist Jessica Holdengarde, who presents the intricacies of her inner world through collage.
The line-up at this year’s Design Indaba is explosive! Take a look at our must-see list of speakers, musicians, exhibitions and more.