Kgaogelo Mashilo, popularly known as Cow Mash, was born in Limpopo and later moved to Pretoria in 2000, where she graduated from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) with a degree in Fine Art – majoring in sculpture.
The third installment saw eight artists namely; Boitumelo Diseko, Neil Badenhorst, Selwyn Steyn, Khotso Motsoeneng, Moshala Molema, Pule Ratsoma, Sarah Grace and Sinalo Ngcaba showcase their art to a room full of art enthusiasts, gallery curators, art buyers, and media friends.
As a designer, he has gained experience in multimedia, marketing and print design.
Currently completing his degree in architecture, Selwyn Steyn, 22, is a Pretoria based artist who works in a multitude of mediums, and makes use of the intersection between architectural theory and current art theory as informants in his work.
Gemma Mary Shepherd is a Cape Town-based photographer and creative director who has had an eye for photography since her high school and university days.
In 2018, Maepa’s artwork was showcased at the Joburg Fringe; an independent art fair and organisation first launched in 2008, complementing the FNB Joburg Art Fair. An artist-run initiative that honours the inner city with a petite yet potent history.
Alecia Van Rooyen is an upcoming artist whose work takes a critical view of how humanity perceives the human body.
Our third exhibition will be taking place in Sandton on Thursday, 12 September. Artists showcasing their work include Boitumelo Diseko, Keneilwe Mokoena, Khotso Motsoeneng, Moshala Molema, Pule Ratsoma, Sarah Grace, and Sinalo Ngcaba.
Currie’s love for the industry, and for graphic design grew during her time at A Fashion Friend. She studied in the UK, where she completed a Fashion Certificate at the Vogue Condé Nast College.
Following the launch of the A3E programme, short for Artist Acceleration and Exposure, 10and5 hosted its first exhibition at MINI Auto Bavaria in Midrand on Thursday, 22 August.
Ntila explores multiple paths of visual storytelling; from directing to video work – in most of her photographs she uses herself as the primary subject.
The young creative’s work mainly varies between multidisciplinary visual arts; art curation, direction and facilitation, and further explores the intersection between art and science. Mokoena is interested in the relationship between order and chaos throughout all scales of the Universe.
South African artist, Elléna Lourens, is a young illustrator who makes use of pen, paper and a tablet to create detailed work comprising of extensive sketches. She experiments across a range of mediums, from murals to embroidery.