Of Soul and Joy’s Photo Fest takes place on the 14th of September at Buhlebuzile Secondary in Thokoza.
WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to announce three very exciting presentations coming up in September. The gallery will be hosting three artists; Pierre Fouché’s solo exhibition, solo presentations by well-known painter Michael Taylor and ceramicist NEBNIKRO to accompany it.
The UNDERLINE show is a new annual exhibition and curatorial platform dedicated to supporting independent voices in contemporary art.
Following the launch of the A3E programme, short for Artist Acceleration and Exposure, 10and5 hosted its first exhibition at MINI Auto Bavaria in Midrand on Thursday, 22 August.
art.well gallery invites you to the solo exhibition by Chomse, where he will share with us his experience of painting plein air (outdoors) in South Africa and in Europe.
The Labyrinth Project is an interdisciplinary platform that aims to create a space where creatives are encouraged to collaborate and contribute to the project.
Cape Town-based Cinga Samson’s fourth exhibition at Blank Projects is running until July 27.
Ayọ̀ Akínwándé and Athi-Patra Ruga host Inside Out exhibition curated by Isabel Moura Mendes and Natalia Palombo at the 13th Havana Biennial.
Annali has been curator of University of Johannesburg Art Gallery for more than 2 decades. During this time she has changed the “Cube” from a box to a vessel that transcends cultural, social and political norms.
Gallery 2’s recent trio exhibition featured Heidi Fourie, Allen Laing and Jaco van Schalkwyk.
Head to TMRW until 6 July to experience this renowned augmented and virtual reality exhibition.
Emanuele Tozzzoli’s imaginative solo exhibition at Victoria Yards until 29 June 2019.
Gallery MOMO Cape Town is currently showcasing ‘aspect : ratio’, their fifth annual video exhibition.
Malherbe and Holmes explore the physical attributes of water as well its metaphorical richness of water as a subject in their duo exhibition.
Artist Vivien Kohler’s latest mixed media exhibition is running at Gallery Momo until July 6