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.
KRAS, a music and art project formed by Brandon Reeff and partner Duncan Gosling, create visual pieces, along with music released as singles, that they produce with a variety of producers.
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.
The Mixed Reality Workshop (TMRW) proud to present Occupying the Fatuous State of Severity, a project responding to novelist Phumlani Pikoli’s debut collection of short stories that probe mental illness in South Africa.
On 25 January, Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opens Bôna, a selection of work from several photo essays by the late Thabiso Sekgala which explore how social borders determine visibility in society.
If you love visiting art galleries and attending exhibition openings, then you probably already have a list of upcoming exhibitions you’d love to check out, however, we’ve compiled a list of cool exhibitions taking place across Cape Town and Johannesburg that you can add to your list – if you’ve already got one.
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.
Artist duo AD_Reflex will be hosting their first solo exhibition in South Africa. The exhibition, titled ‘Highlights and Foresights’ will be held at Cape Town’s Deepest Darkest Gallery from 9 January to 20 February 2020.
Spier Light Art is free and guests can explore the farm’s 22 light art installations at their own leisurely pace.
Entitled Hero, the project is a series of ‘styled and controlled’ portraits that were created over a five year period in various locations across Africa, in
collaboration with renowned production designer Daryl McGregor, and a small team of stylists, makeup artists, designers, and creatives.
Durban struggle-veterans and community members are putting on a struggle t-shirt exhibition in remembrance of the Day of Reconciliation, which is in its 24th year.
Mashudu Nevhutalu’s first solo exhibition adjusts the lens with which South Africa can remember its domestic but collective history.
The photographic exhibition of the highly acclaimed body of work opens on 28th November at 7 pm, located at the Artivist on 7 Reserve Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
The exhibition is not only a showcase of a lifetime survey of the renowned South African artist’s work but also represents his significant contribution to the visual art landscape of South Africa.