Dive deep into the colour blue and find out what it means to artists Riley Grant, Abi Meekel and Claire Meekel of collective The Conversationists.
Young South Africa
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part two.
For Youth Month, we interview 10 art stars part of the ‘internet generation’ about their work and what it’s like to be young in South Africa. Here’s part one.
Tell us who you’d like to see featured in this month’s Bayeza – 10and5 Top 10
Fulla, a Barbie-like fashion doll marketed to children of Islamic and Middle-Eastern countries, is fine artist Laylaa Jacobs’ muse.
We’re beyond excited to share this sneak peek for this year’s young South Africa series, BAYEZA16. Launching June 16th.
FAKA is a cultural movement and online platform that promotes young black queer voices in current South Africa’s sociopolitical sphere.
We chat to Maitele Wawe of the Fashion Rebels about street style and trends, and learn about how young creatives are using fashion to shape new identities.
To conclude our 2013 Young South Africa series, we caught up with Sindiso Khumalo following the release of her Autumn Winter 13/14 collection at Labo Ethnik Fashion Weekend in Paris.
We asked photographer Max Mogale about his own work as well as the state of creative Young South Africa according to him. He sent his answers all the way from China, where he’s currently visiting.
We asked Mohato Lekena, Ross Dorkin and Robin Brink aka glowLDB to let us know more about their project Aperture for our Young South Africa series.
The Conformists are a group of four bloggers, poets, activists, teenagers and friends who have started a movement to liberate and educate young South Africans. They recently took to the streets of Cape Town to film a documentary about June 16 1976.
JOBURG PARTY is a snapshot of South Africa’s new youth underground shot by South African photographer Chris Saunders and British journalist and former editor of Dazed & Confused, Rod Stanley.
Today’s Young South Africa showcase shines the spotlight on a Johannesburg style duo who are keeping it local and making that lekker. Punk & Ivy is the fashion, wardrobe, styling and bespoke consultancy boutique of Khaya Bhubesii and Bianca Miles.
Young South Africa is about highlighting projects that document local youth culture and putting a spotlight on exceptional young, creative South Africans. Photography trio I See A Different You is both.