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.
Artist and arts journalist, Amie LH Soudien, talks to us about our vexed relationship with Europe.
From daily taxi commutes to the pockets of nature squeezed between Jo’burg’s urban spaces, Audrey Anderson’s art is inspired by the city she lives in.
This First Thursdays in Jozi we’re looking forward to exhibition openings, selfie art, print-making, and our very own night of light, Alight.
Get your does of local art with our stop-by-stop guide to the September edition of First Thursdays in Cape Town.
These collages juxtapose imagery from 60s ethnographic African art books with elements of contemporary culture.
These are some of the artists and art galleries we’re looking forward to seeing at the ninth FNB JoburgArtFair.
CT is bringing August to a close with retrospective exhibition by Danielle Clough, a chance to network at Night Owls and new work by Chris Denovan.
There aren’t too many creative events happening in Joburg this week, but the ones that are look set to be biggies.
The Hero Expo invited local artists to use their favourite comic hero as inspiration to transform a pair of sneaker skates.
Cape Town brings you two exhibitions, a poetry reading, a jazz jam session and two dance performances this week.