A group of established artists teamed up for the alternative exhibition ‘Process’ at BKhz studio and gallery.
Local artists showcase their work at Amsterdam gallery
The team at the design studio creates internal projects and teams up with artists on a variety of exciting projects merging art and technology
The emerging trans artist that’s building a 3D queer world.
Reatile Moalusi Solo Exhibition ‘Molelo Wa Badimo’, currently running at the ABSA Gallery, challenges traditional ideas of beauty
Lady Skollie’s latest exhibition ‘Good and Evil’ re-imagines history and incorporates biblical narrative to explore the opposing forces of dark and light.
Christiaan Diedercisk latest solo exhibition ‘In Search of a King’ brings poverty, the possible failure of Capitalism, power, racism, patriarchy, and global slavery under a critical spotlight.
The artist’s latest body of work marks his growth a mere two years after finishing high school
The Higher Institute for Fine Arts (HISK) offers advanced studies in the arts, individualised support as well as residency. The HISK gives young artists from across the globe the opportunity to receive guidance for two years in a functional workspace where any medium is welcome. The next two year programme […]
Artist collective Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin announced the release of two blockchain-based artworks in support of Collecteurs’ crowdfunding campaign.
Banele Khoza is currently running an art exhibition titled Seeking Love. The Exhibition opened in Johannesburg on the 22nd of May, it is now travelling to Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Stellenbosch, Pretoria and will end in Durban on the 21st of June.
The winter sculpture exhibition that took place over Mother’s Day weekend featured work from 17 global artists.
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.
Illustrator Lauren Fowler’s new work touches on transformation, rebirth, and spirituality.
The South African Pavilion has opened at the Venice Biennale – We spoke with the curators Nkule Mabaso and Nomusa Makhubu to find out more about their decisions and how they went about working with space.