The two artists namely Nkululeko Khanyile and Seth Pimental had never worked together before and having no knowledge of what’s about to happen, they set foot in Braamfontein’s Neighbourgoods Market space with the intention of creating something that embodied both their individual styles.
Dr. Mahlangu is the first South African artist to be commissioned to create a painting for Rolls-Royce Phantom. The ‘Mahlangu’ Phantom will be unveiled this art month at The Melrose Gallery at One&Only, Cape Town, where it will be on display from 13 to 16 February.
Cameroon Heinamann is a Cape Town-based freelance graphic designer, illustrator, and content creator who creates work that visually represents her thoughts, interests as well as the art culture.
The Trenery print competition challenges local talent to create a winning print design that will be featured in their Summer 2020 collection.
ODA Gallery is pleased to present Reggie Khumalo’s solo exhibition, ‘Radical Ubuntu’. The exhibition will open on Friday, Februay 7, and will go on until Thursday, March 5.
Art month includes a long list of art fairs, festivals and events taking place throughout the month of February, and we have narrowed the list down to 10 must-see festivals and exhibitions while in Cape Town.
Art Battle was created in 2001 in New York City, with the first event on the Houston Street thoroughfare, where interested people poured in to watch six artists ‘throw down’ in black and white as they created an artwork, in one, quick, 90-minute round.
Lady Cynthia Tait (1894-1962), a proficient botanical illustrator with a passion for South African flowers is currently being celebrated at a special exhibition in the Richard Crowie Hall in Kirstenbosch until 15 March 2020.
Here are some good reasons why purchasing artwork from living artists rather than the deceased should be top of your list.
The fourth International Public Art Festival (IPAF) will take place in and around Salt River, Cape Town, from February 12-16, and act as the opening of Art Month in Cape Town.
‘E no concern me’ is a personal artistic project by visual artist Ayobola Kekere-Ekun. The title of the body of work, ‘E no concern me’, is a Nigerian vernacular phrase which roughly translates to “it’s none of my concern” or “it’s not my problem”.
Internationally-acclaimed visual artist Faith XLVII completed her largest mural to date. Standing 11.000 square feet tall, this piece – titled ‘The Silent Watcher’, pays tribute to Noam Chomsky, and calls out for brotherly love.
There are many aspects of this gallery that are worth celebrating – one of them being that it is located outside the tight (and often exclusive) geographic confines of the ‘art scene’ in Cape Town.
The group exhibition will run until 16 January 2020 at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town. It displays works by four emerging artists; Adolf Tega, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Robyn Pretorius and Wonder Marthinus.
On Tuesday afternoon, the day before the photo shoot, I meet up with a male friend for a mildly boozy lunch and share my excitement about having Karabo Poppy Moletsane as our December cover star. “Why Karabo?” he asks out of curiosity. I couldn’t answer on behalf of everyone at […]