Painter Erin Chaplin talks to us about her solo show Outgrowth’, which will be exhibited at the Voorkamer Gallery in November.
We catch up with Lady Skollie about her latest solo, its unapologetic political undertone and her first ‘official’ performance at Joburg Art Fair.
Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
Chief curator Tumelo Mosaka chats to us ahead of the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair.
From solo exhibitions to animation screenings, here’s what’s on in the City of Gold. Get out there and see some art.
Now on show at 99 Loop Gallery, ‘Broken Things’ is a series of photographs by Johnson Tsoku Maela that highlights the importance of self acceptance.
The Design Indaba Expo, the largest exhibition of design on the African continent, is looking beyond the borders of South Africa to put together a ground breaking exhibition showcasing designers and innovators from the entire African continent.
The UCT Michaelis School of Fine Art’s 2012 graduation exhibition opens tomorrow evening with live performances, refreshments, music, and art on view in over 30 spaces on the UCT Hiddingh campus.
adidas Originals’ I ART JOBURG has teamed up with Instagramers Jozi for a photographic exhibition of Instagram shots.
The historic, notorious, derelict San Remo on Camp Street in Cape Town, will soon be transformed, but before commencing with renovations, the new owners have started a temporary art community in the space.
CORE is a group show featuring Linsey Levendall, Anwar Davids, Leigh Cupido, Nardstar* and Rayaan Cassiem that opens at MUSEUM Gallery in Woodstock, Cape Town on Thursday the 6th of September.
Thirteen local artists from Cape Town and Joburg join up with Econo-Heat wall heaters for this mid-Winter group show.
Hashtag, an iPhonography exhibition by Roy Potterill, is a first of its kind for Johannesburg.
A by-law has recently been passed by the City of Cape Town making skateboarding illegal on any public road. Adding to the problem, very little to nothing is being done to build skateparks in and around the city.
A must visit exhibition of all local art happening tomorrow eve in Cape Town.