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.
Resistance is us: an intergenerational visual conversation, curated by Aysha Waja and Simon Radebe has opened at the Absa Art Gallery and will run until 24 January 2020.
From the 14th to the 22nd of November, art enthusiasts are invited to the KZNSA Gallery to view the mesmerizing photographic exhibition by Aik Christodoulou.
This festive season, the Deepest Darkest Gallery is excited to present award-winning photographer Barry Salzman, who will be exhibiting ‘The Other Side of Christmas’ at the gallery in Cape Town from 7 November to 29 December 2019.
Mixed Messages is an exhibition by artists making work through the merging of ideas, methods, and materials across mediums.
South Africa’s undisputed King of Pop, the artist simply known as Fringe presents Augmented Lovefest, a new series of seven prints devoted to human bonds.
Cape Town-based multidisciplinary and self-taught artist Christopher Ian MacClements will be hosting a solo exhibition, titled ‘Late Night Sketch Tales ii’. The exhibition is a follow up of ‘Late Night Sketch Tales’ which took place last year in October.
WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present John Murray’s exhibition, Sum of its Parts. This body of work is a reconciliation of Murray’s two signature styles, abstract and figurative painting.
The event promises to be a celebration of beauty and femininity as over 40 burlesque dancers take to the stage in all their feathered finery. The Grand Exhibition will highlight top burlesque talent in Cape Town, ranging from seasoned professional solo-artists to Cape Town’s longest-standing burlesque companies.
In recognition of October as Mental Health Awareness Month, Daor Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Carol-Anne Gainer; whose body of work is a response to her experience of dealing with her own circumstantial battle with mental health issues.
The third installment saw eight artists namely; Boitumelo Diseko, Neil Badenhorst, Selwyn Steyn, Khotso Motsoeneng, Moshala Molema, Pule Ratsoma, Sarah Grace and Sinalo Ngcaba showcase their art to a room full of art enthusiasts, gallery curators, art buyers, and media friends.
I See U: Imagining a Space for Freedom – an exhibition featuring more than 35 artworks that are being showcased at Spier Wine Farm until 30 November 2019.