The sound of South African music is something that seems to be evolving along with our country. In this documentary, musician Nthato Mokgata (Spoek Mathambo) and filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba go on a journey to discover the Future Sound of Mzansi.
Author: Thato Sehlabela
Sipho Gongxeka is an exciting photographer from Soweto who studied photography at The Market Photo Workshop and has recently become a Tierney fellow.
Damien Schumann is a documentary photographer who explores subjects and locations that would make the average photographer think twice. Although understandably, he isn’t always at ease tackling his assignments, he does so with the intention to tell the stories of the people and places he photographs in an engaging […]
Beautiful type treatments by Katlego Phatlane, a third year Visual Communication student at Vega and winner of Portfolio Night 12 in Johannesburg.
Invisible Borders is an ongoing, annual travel/art project which documents the experiences of a group of artists travelling across Africa, and this year for the first time into Europe.
Am I Collective has always been a regular feature on Between 10and5, but with so much striking new work produced this year so far, and a brand new website to house it all, we thought a good and proper update was in order.
Dani Hynes is the rather funny director from Egg Films who has worked on commercials for the likes of Nando’s, Wimpy, Revlon and The Yellow Pages. She has been directing for about 8 years now, after having been persuaded by her husband and a very good friend to do […]
Translations is a collaborative exhibition between three photographers from Johannesburg and Pretoria – Jeff Rikhotso, Khumbelo Makungo and Lebogang Ditibane – who met through the photography website 75.co.za. The exhibition is an attempt at interrogating the meanings and complexities of our social dynamics. To find out more, we had […]
This week we’re featuring Lebo Lukewarm – a young photographer, musician and all-round creative. Lebo is no stranger to the South African creative community, having been part of the photography collective 75.co.za. Recently he went on an international Instameet in Northern India with ‘grammers from around the world, and […]
Tow Aways is an film photography zine by Illana Welman, probably better known as Lani Spice, that features photographs by 13 South African artists.
Stand 47 is an architectural case study located on Monaghan Farm in Gauteng. The concept home, envisioned by developer Gavin Rooke, is a fresh take on what constitutes upmarket South African residential architecture.
A list of 16 art galleries and museums worth visiting in Johannesburg.
A new interactive billboard for Nedbank asks the public to SMS examples of the rainy day they are saving for – and then displays their words as cascading raindrops.
The latest from FCB Johannesburg is a colourful brand activation for Coca-Cola that celebrates 20 years of democracy in the “Rainbow Nation.”
Barry Christianson is a street photographer from Cape Town who is interested in sharing the stories of the city’s residents from his own compelling view behind a lens.