Matereality is an exhibition that concerns itself with how contemporary African artists are using certain materials to explore different issues.
Taking place this weekend as part of the Cape Town Art Fair VIP calendar is the Krone x WITW Artist Residency at Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh, Western Cape.
The Trenery print competition challenges local talent to create a winning print design that will be featured in their Summer 2020 collection.
The Arts Weekend, a series of public events – talks, readings, exhibitions, and performances, including two world premieres – will feature the work of the 2018−2019 protégés of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative with their mentors.
The Art Fair recently announced the participating exhibitors in its eighth edition, taking place from 14 to 16 February 2020 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. They will once again offer a unique cross-section of the art market, representing the forefront of contemporary art globally.
The Stellenbosch Triennale takes place from 11 February to 20 April 2020.
The gorgeous designs that give The Lalela Scarf such vibrant appeal have been created using Lalela learners’ original artworks. It is a sustainable cycle of life-changing art.
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.
We were proud to see three of our Artist Acceleration and Exposure Programme artists namely; Lunga Ntila, Cole Ndelu and Keneilwe Mokoena showcase their work at these prestigious art fairs.
Selected from the group of artists exhibiting at the 2019 UNDERLINE show, Kgomotso has collaborated with Devil’s Peak to create a limited edition beer can featuring his work.
LATITUDES Art Fair has invited five African artists to create limited edition artworks, which will be sold as part of the LATITUDES VIP Programme.
From LATITUDES to FNB ART JOBURG, September is an exciting month for art lovers.
The UNDERLINE show is a new annual exhibition and curatorial platform dedicated to supporting independent voices in contemporary art.
The FNB JoburgArtFair has been renamed FNB ART JOBURG after it was officially acquired by its former director Mandla Sibeko, taking over from previous owners Artlogic. With Sibeko taking full ownership, the art exhibition is now 100% black-owned and FNB’s 12-year tenure as a sponsor continues.
Since Aspire’s inception in late 2016, the company has managed around 145 sculptural pieces, generating a total value of R33.5 million for this category to date.