In this week’s edition of creative cool, we’ve got exhibition openings, new visual work, a web-series set in Joburg, and a strikingly cinematic music video. Dive in.
We chat to the talented recipient of the 2015 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship, Phumzile Khanyile, about her solo exhibition ‘Plastic Crowns’.
Chief curator Tumelo Mosaka chats to us ahead of the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair.
The ICA Live Art Festival is bringing diverse and provocative performance art to the Mother City. We’ve highlighted just a few of these performances, artworks and installations.
Ever felt dazed and confused at an exhibition opening? Lady Aria Grey is here with a few pro-tips on how to behave appropriately at art galleries.
Rhode’s third solo show with the gallery, Paths and Fields sees the artist play with colour, symmetry, and the built environment. Read our QnA with him here.
With Cape Town Art Fair just around the corner, we’ve sifted through the diverse and far-reaching programme to highlight a few of the artists whose work we’re most excited to see.
The artist’s latest work sees the foundations of the South African nation critiqued and represented through institutionalised forms of remembrance.
In her latest work, the artist duplicates the feminine ideal to the point of parody. We speak with Jana Babez about ‘Miss Debutante’.
Bars dedicated to dinosaurs, exhibitions about sex and death, inspirational TVCs by adidas and so much more in this week’s list of all things creative and cool.
Ahead of her exhibition ‘No More Worlds to Conquer’ we take a look at Liza Grobler’s immersive sculptural work ‘Barbed Wire Paradise’.
For Mandy Coppes-Martin, art is a useful and necessary tool when it comes to engaging with issues of sustainability and humankind’s relationship with nature.
In the artist’s latest solo exhibition at Cape Town’s Stevenson gallery, he deals with the distinctly corporeal through scaled down, palm-sized works.
With militarised campuses across the country, striking parallels between past and present social injustices are drawn in the artist’s new body of work.
We need more non-commercial, experimental art spaces. We chat to Claire May van Blerck about her new project that’s doing something about this.