The late Lewis Nkosi’s novel Mating Birds is the reflective starting point for KZNSA Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019, a curatorial essay based on the effects of the Immorality Acts introduced during colonial and apartheid South Africa. Nkosi’s original novel published in the late 1980s was highly praised internationally but equally […]
Creating platforms for emerging and established from South Africa and the world, the Baz-Art Organization is back with its fourth edition of the International Public Art Festival (IPAF). The international festival invites local and international street artists to create one of a kind street art murals, giving the public a […]
The New African is a solo exhibition by Cape Town-born artist Buhle Nkalashe. It will show on 6 December at the Youngblood Africa Gallery in Cape Town.
The Fak’ugesi Digital African Residency, a creative residency to support digital creatives and innovators, has announced its fifth and most expansive artist residency yet. The Residency is running from the 8th of August until the 9th of September this year. Tegan Bristow, Fak’ugesi Festival director, says that this extended Residency […]
There are currently two exhibitions on show at the KZNSA Gallery: The first exhibition in the Mail Gallery allows you to take a trip around the world with ‘Re-stitching Culture: Indigenous Dolls of South Africa, Australia and Canada’. Encountering Countenance, ‘Re-Stitching Culture’ reclaims traditional practice, explores health and well-being, and […]
Gallery 2 will host South African artist, Wessel van Huyssteen’s latest series, Under a Cobalt Sky, which he describes as a “continued exploration of non-place”. Referring to his use of watercolour on cotton paper as the predominant medium for the paintings, in the artist statement van Huyssteen describes the process […]
The Durban International Film Festival kicks off on the 24th of July with A Trip To The Moon, an Argentinean film exploring family life, and Footnotes in the City, a South African film looking at street art in Durban.
This Joburg artist hub will host an open studio exhibition of over 50 artists, who will open up their work space to the public.
‘Ja.’ magazine’s first multi-media exhibition ‘In Bloom’ provides exposure for past contributors who are creating art across South Africa.
Artist Quentin Edward Williams talks us through his latest solo project of paintings, drawings and installation.
Chief curator and director of MOCAA Mark Coetzee takes us on a tour of the nine-floor structure, designed by Thomas Heatherwick.
10and5’s Nikki Zakkas and Stefanie Jason select six artworks that made their cut at the past weekend’s FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
From a pan-African reading centre to a building for product designers, we take a look at some of the country’s emerging cultural spaces.
The exhibition Re-membering: Memory, Intimacy, Archive will feature works by South African artists Reshma Chhiba, Sharlene Khan and Jordache A. Ellapen
Dive deep into the colour blue and find out what it means to artists Riley Grant, Abi Meekel and Claire Meekel of collective The Conversationists.