Poet Francine Simon on mixed cultural influences, the perception of poetry and her debut collection, ‘Thungachi’.
Zaheer Ali has a penchant for creating captivating images. We speak to the Liberty Igerbook-featured photographer about how adventure can lead to great photography.
A cinematographer by trade, Zeno Petersen was first drawn to Instagram for its ability to create connections with people. View his striking images here.
Jenna Echakowitz aims to break the drab veil that smothers everyday existence by capturing the ephemeral. Read through a few of the photographer’s tips here.
Owning a small business is full of risk and rewards. Get to know the entrepreneurs behind online-based Pâtisserie Studio, LionHeart.
We speak with Cupido about his first large-scale installation for Nando’s Orpington and his latest solo exhibition.
Part of a Masters of Fine Art exhibition, Callan Grecia’s ‘These Aesthetics are not New’ seeks to interrogate the relationship between IRL and URL and how our ways of seeing are ingrained in thousands of years of visual literacy.
Zimbabwe-born, Cape Town-based fine artist Brett Charles Seiler engages with queer identity through performance, painting and installation art. Read our in-depth interview with the artist here.
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.
We chat to future-soul sister duo Kajama about their songwriting process, sound and inspirations ahead of of their debut EP.
Karen Cronje made the huge leap to becoming a full-time artist just three years ago. We catch up with her ahead of her solo exhibition, Surface Tension.
Artist Swain Hoogervorst stumbled into a tropical jungle in Central America in 2012 and attributes the roots of his botanical abstracts to this experience. Read our interview with the artist.
In a retrospective interview, we ask artists Kyla Philander, Nas Hoosen and Amy Ayanda to recollect a year’s worth of memorable moments, both good and bad.
Michaela Younge’s felt tapestries explore the psychology of ‘othering’ in folklore and fairytales. Read our interview with the artist here.