A Black Aesthetic: A view of South African Artists (1970 -1990) showcases the art collection of the University of Fort Hare.
Corrigall & Co’s new landmark art report identifies 50 artists consistently valued by Africa’s tastemakers.
Last year saw many collaborations between artists and across varying mediums. We look back at some of these highlights from 2018.
In conversation with digital artist Lethabo Huma who details the principal theme in her work as being expressive portraiture fused with stars, formed lines and soft background colours.
Informed by her research into emerging printmaking collectives, Roxy Kaczmarek sees her own work parallel to theirs investigating identity with the context of Johannesburg.
Territorios is the first iteration of Izwe: plant praxis, a multipart exhibition series curated by MADEYOULOOK for the Goethe-Institut Gallery space.
The Wits Art Museum presents the new Jack Ginsberg Centre for Book Arts. Artist’s books are artworks in the form of books rather than books about art. Art collector and philanthropist Jack Ginsberg began collecting in this field in the early 1970’s, almost from the inception of this contemporary art […]
A trend setting collaboration by the Cape Town based artistic duo MRS + MR LUKE.
A team of creatives set the record for Africa’s largest 3D projection on the 7th of March at Zeitz Mocaa.
Explorations with Keith Henning into phallic ceramic lighting Keith Henning’s latest creation is a glazed earthenware, powder-coated mild steel (base) & brass (bracket) standing lamp. The designer and founder of the clothing label AKJP, known for its asymmetric silhouettes and graphic prints recently presented a departure from his wearable ranges. […]
Afrigarde is a collection of multi-functional ranges of Wearable Art, which can be used as Interior or Fashion Design products. The Afrigarde pieces, created by Maria Uys, look equally good adorning your body as they do decorating your wall. The pieces that make up the Afrigarde ranges are bold, yet […]
Nyasaland Analysand is Samson Kambalu’s second solo exhibition with Goodman Gallery. For this exhibition Kambalu draws on his Malawian upbringing surrounded by syncretic cultures to produce work that celebrates and interrogates the practice of integrating Western influences into local traditions and customs. Kambalu works with site-specific installations and films to […]
Testament Bar is a boutique concept bar that opened in the heart of Braamfontein’s Juta Street Precinct.
Mazwana’s paintings are reminiscent of the works of historical Austrian symbolist painters Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele – her two great influences.
Musondo Kabwe customized the denim jackets of 50 different people to create common ground beyond social constructs and bias.