Francesco Mbele recently began working on a photography series titled Muslims. The project revolves around interesting subjects of the Islam culture.
Eco-conscious brand Sealand turned to Publicis Machine to communicate their sustainability ethos
Two of South Africa’s leading art institutions, Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, are set to host the largest William Kentridge exhibition in Africa.
Romeo Malepe has founded the Rebranding Sharpeville collective to empower the community psychologically. and to breathe new financial and cultural life into the historic township.
The Goethe-Institut is proud to support a regional tour by the German musical phenomenon MEUTE in partnership with the Bushfire and Zakifo Festivals – proud members of the Igoda Southern African Music Festival Circuit.
Gallery MOMO Cape Town presents Coucou Crumble, the second solo exhibition with Maurice Mbikayi.
‘Space Is the Place’ is the title of contemporary artist Lucinda Mudge’s latest solo exhibition, currently on display at Everard Read, Franschhoek
Following the success of the inaugural Spier Light Art Festival, the historic Stellenbosch wine farm will present a second edition from 6 December 2019 to 19 January 2020.
Michelle Viljoen is a Cape Town based designer with a special connection to street photography. Her images capture the daily lives of ordinary people. She walked us through her career and the path that brought her to loving this documentary style of photography.
David Brits, the artist who established Cape Town Signwriting in 2011, shares the stories behind his favorites signs. From balancing acts to technical detail, signwriting is a crafty business.
Conrad Hicks’ upcoming solo exhibition, Implement, is the culmination of an intuitive quest for beauty that the artist traces back to the origins of humankind.
Martin Magner™ releases his debut album, celebrating his unique creative potential and urging others to release their inhibitions and express themselves freely.
People person Khotso Tsaagane’s Instagram account is filled with images of people. But unlike high fashion portraits this Canon creative really captures the character of his subjects.
Harvey looks at the streets of Westbury filled with wandering kids, street corner meetings, local weddings and the constant search for liberation.
The Institute for Creative Arts (ICA) and Africa Centre is now open for proposals from interested candidates to present at the Infecting the City public arts festival 2019. This event will run from 25 – 30 November 2019.