Lauren Mulligan talks to us about framing stories and her ongoing research on Gayle, a linguistic practice originally used by LGBTQI+ community in District Six.
People: Zanele Muholi
Cape-Town based Noncedo Charmian, one of 10and5’s 20 black womxn photographers you should know, shares the inside scoop on her latest project, photography idols and what the art has taught her.
The Maitland Institute provides an alternative setting for artists to create and talk about their work.
Didn’t make it to the Cape Town Art Fair? Here’s a glimpse of this year’s highlights in pictures.
Listen to live recordings of the incredible talks delivered at this year’s conference for creative womxn.
Buy tickets for 10and5’s second annual X conference for creative womxn in Jo’burg on Saturday, 13 August.
Get to know the creative womxn who’ll be speaking at the 10and5 X conference on 13 August, 2016.
The biggest and the best, the controversial and the playful, these are the stories that make up our 2015 highlights.
Zanele Muholi has made it her life’s work to create a frank yet nuanced documentation of primarily black, LGBTI life in South Africa.
Our final list as part of Photography Month is a forward looking one focused on long-term and ongoing photographic projects – some of them have just begun, others have spanned entire photographic careers and a few are now complete.
Twelve objects are nominated in the hope of claiming the coveted title of Design Indaba 2015’s Most Beautiful Object in South Africa (MBOISA).
This week’s openings include a collaborative photographic project, a talk about being a rebel (not quite an ‘opening’, but worth attending nonetheless), a student showcase and almost Masters exhibition, a WAM Talkabout, and a multi-media solo exhibition interrogating history.
Contemporary South African art will be in the spotlight at the San Francisco MOMA in a new exhibition: Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa.
This week’s openings include an interactive video installation premier, the first historically comprehensive exhibition of images from apartheid, a solo exhibition by visual arts activist, Zanele Muholi, and the product of Johan Thom’s eight month-long rumination on an elephant skull.
This week is the first First Thursdays of the year, and the galleries in Cape Town are buzzing.