For our May issue photographed by UK creative Mahaneela, we spotlight Joburg-based artists Lunga Ntila, Ferrari Sheppard, Nkhensani Mkhari and Rendani Nemakhavhani.
Maboneng resident and agency creative Khanya Sijaji compares life in the precinct to the show’s depiction of it.
We chat with director Lebogang Rasethaba on the essence of time, learning from his 2016 film ‘The People Vs. The Rainbow Nation’ and new work.
Norval Foundation recently opened in Steenberg and is dedicated to the research and exhibition of 20th and 21st Century visual art.
Cape Town brands OH OK and btny. have joined forces to create two limited edition, plant-themed t-shirts.
Directed by Khalid El-Jelailati, Aya is a micro-budget psychological thriller breaking all the rules.
With a new body of work titled, Private: A Studio Glimpse, contemporary painter Luke Batha balances form, colour and light.
Self-taught photographer Katya Abedian has recently released a photo series about transcending social media’s pitfalls.
Charting a brand new kwaito and gqom-infused sound, MxBlouse’s new single is a critique on safe spaces.
The Expressionist Anthony Bila teams up with DEAD. to photograph their limited capsule drop for Autumn/Winter 2018 called we gon’ live forever. vol. iii.
Launched in Gauteng this weekend, ‘Not a Single Story’ features the work of legendary artists Dr Esther Mahlangu, Yoko Ono and more.
Directed by Okuhle Dyosopu, the documentary looks at gentrification and the legacy of spacial planning in Cape Town.
With a new collection and lookbook out, B**gy is a fashion outsider making relevant and important art, writes Siyabonga-Andre Dennis.
Co-curated by the celebrated South African photographer David Goldblatt, see how these four photographers honour the artist.
We take a look at the reaction to news that TV series Yizo Yizo will be turned into a feature length film.