South African creatives, collectors and practitioners who have kept the SA flag high.
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Kihang moved to Cape Town from Congo years ago and was immediately immersed in the art scene.
WITW x Krone’s Artist Residency which took place early this year at the dreamy Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh.
“My mission is to bridge the gap through my art and collaborate with like-minded individuals to create a better South Africa,” he says.
Gomora is known to produce entrepreneurs and soccer stars but there are lots of creatives and artists as well.
He has roamed the streets of Gomora collecting waste plastic and discarded objects.
Tshabalala uses black skin tones on her figures as a tool to emphasise the blackness of the figure and in turn, make the figure stand out while either contrasting or matching with the different backgrounds.
We look at five of Mbewe’s personal favourite creations as well as the story behind each piece.
Running on the back of his wildly popular social commentary series Davetionary, David collabs with Netflix’s Queen Sono to give us a feel of each character from Africa’s first Netflix original.
The winners were announced on Thursday, 12 March, at a gala event hosted at the Rupert Museum, Stellenbosch.
Baz-Art held the fourth International Public Art Festival (IPAF) festival that took place from February 14 – 16 in Salt River, Cape Town
Nomaza Nongqunga Coupez opens up about the importance of Africans telling African stories, trusting your instincts and actualizing one’s dreams.
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.