Part of a Masters of Fine Art exhibition, Callan Grecia’s ‘These Aesthetics are not New’ seeks to interrogate the relationship between IRL and URL and how our ways of seeing are ingrained in thousands of years of visual literacy.
Coming from the melting pot of cultures that Soweto is, the artist experiments with neo-jazz, alternative and a capella in a slick and emotive way. Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane speaks with him ahead of his much anticipated album launch.
Zimbabwe-born, Cape Town-based fine artist Brett Charles Seiler engages with queer identity through performance, painting and installation art. Read our in-depth interview with the artist here.
We chat to the talented recipient of the 2015 Gisèle Wulfsohn Mentorship, Phumzile Khanyile, about her solo exhibition ‘Plastic Crowns’.
Style and vision abound! Check out a few of the home-grown talents at the cutting edge of contemporary local fashion that we’ve been enjoying.
A writer and jazz-lover revisits a few of her earliest memories of the genre and takes a look at jazz as not only a style of music, but as a form of heritage.
Rhode’s third solo show with the gallery, Paths and Fields sees the artist play with colour, symmetry, and the built environment. Read our QnA with him here.
With Cape Town Art Fair just around the corner, we’ve sifted through the diverse and far-reaching programme to highlight a few of the artists whose work we’re most excited to see.
Local actress Phumzile Sitole talks to us about struggles, auditions, mentors met in coffee shops, and her flourishing career in New York.
A brand new round-up of local mixes, albums, music videos and singles to come out of South Africa, during the month of January.
Style and self-expression takes center stage in an editorial shoot presenting Sihle Khumalo and his unisex fashion designs.
The Jozi-based singer/songwriter talks us through three of her singles, including her brand new track: ‘If I Knew Then’.
Cape Town’s most anticipated 24-hour festival is back this year and takes place this coming weekend. Here are a few of the things you can look forward to.
Filmmakers Sarah Summers and Kelly-Eve Koopman’s web-series explores Coloured identity in SA. Here, Amie Soudien speaks with the two about the pertinent new project.
Making use of vibrant colour and bold, geometric design, Ndumiso Nyoni seeks to illustrate a contemporary African identity.