Four young emerging creatives have been announced as the winners of the first Clout Designers’ Industry Days Fired Up By Nando’s.
Fumani Khumalo is a Johannesburg based artist and art director at Native VML. He was also one of Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives for 2019.
Raji Bamidele, Nkhensani Rihlampfu, Winifrid Luena and Phoka Nyokong, were the top winners at the lavish event that took place at the Absa Dome, Cape Town, during the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Alecia Van Rooyen is an upcoming artist whose work takes a critical view of how humanity perceives the human body.
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.
#GalleryOfChampions sees the commissioning of five South African up-and-coming artists who have completed three illustrations each – of South African Rugby players.
The show is the largest Kentridge exhibition held in Africa in over a decade. The exhibition at Norval Foundation is accompanied by a concurrent exhibition at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA), entitled: “Why Should I Hesitate? Putting Drawings to Work”.
Lebo Thoka focuses on various motifs to raise awareness of the rampant issue of gender-based violence in South Africa.
Aspire has announced the introduction of a new sales platform known as ONLINE&LIVE: Curated Gallery Auctions.
The UNDERLINE show is a new annual exhibition and curatorial platform dedicated to supporting independent voices in contemporary art.
Ntila explores multiple paths of visual storytelling; from directing to video work – in most of her photographs she uses herself as the primary subject.
Fak’ugesi Digital Africa Residency celebrates six years and introduces two new special collaborations.
Photographer, illustrator and film-maker, Lauren Mulligan recently put together a rather interesting project where she sets little doodle challenges for herself using day-to-day objects such as match sticks, fruits, shoes and coloured paper.
Cole Ndelu is a Johannesburg based conceptual, portrait and fashion photographer who describes her work as “fashion documentary”, and describes herself as a visual communicator mainly because she uses visuals as a medium to tell stories.