From minimalist homeware from Nigeria to luxurious and versatile clothing made in South Africa, here are some of the exhibitors we’re keen to see at HmC.
Author: Gabriella Pinto
Hosted by Boogy Maboi, the next episode ‘The Weekly Drop SA’ in partnership with Complex brings you sneaker trends from Asics, Adidas Puma and New Balance.
Kudzanai-Violet Hwami’s first solo exhibition at the Tyburn Gallery in London explores layered identities and notions of home in the diaspora.
‘Cape Town is not yet ready to endorse the idea of having a theatre in Khayelitsha.’ Theatre director Mandisi Sindo talks to us about the importance of Makukhanye Art Room.
From interrogating ‘world class’ architecture to reimagining necessary spaces, we chat to six individuals shaping our built environments for the better.
‘With hard work and persistence, it seems anything is possible,’ says Banele Khoza, the winner of Absa L’Atelier’s 2017 Gerard Sekoto Award.
‘Ja.’ magazine’s first multi-media exhibition ‘In Bloom’ provides exposure for past contributors who are creating art across South Africa.
Daniel Ting Chong illustrates WeTheBrave campaign addressing prevention and treatment issues in an affirming, humorous and sex-positive way.
Tony Gum’s ‘Ode to She’ reiterates the power of Xhosa womxn, whilst acknowledging their multifaceted roles and experiences of self, family and society.
Capetonian florist Cynthia Fan, Storm Ross and Chelsea Blakemore talk defying traditional flower arrangement, the wild unknown and more.
We take a look at the recently launched Cape Town intimates brand Koeksuster, the origins of its name and its womxn and girl empowering blog.
We take a look at a new collection and look book by studio Black Betty Design, which aims to encourage personal style.
Discussing ‘Rainbow Nationisms’, ‘Orientalisms’ and other isms, Dinika Govender of ‘Disorient’ chats to us about building a cross-continental library of diasporic knowledge.
Hosted by Boogy Maboi, our brand new series in partnership with Complex brings you the latest trends in local sneaker culture.
From Third Culture Experiment to Osteria Vincenzo, we shout out some alternative dining experiences across South Africa.