The 2016 FNB Art Prize winning artist who works in drawing, painting, installation, space, time and memory.
The Sartists wear custom vintage pieces in a lookbook shot by Andile Buka for their collaboration with adidas Originals surrounding the Supershell FW15 launch.
Funderlast is a collaborative experimental zine project where a group of illustrators get together for a rapid-fire, free-for-all drawing session.
Biography is central in Mohau Modisakeng’s work. Casting himself as subject in his dramatic portraits, he enacts the notion of “the personal is political”. Here he speaks to us about this as well as what he has planned for the FNB JoburgArtFair.
Tabita Rezaire is a new media artist interested in the possibilities of decolonialisd cyber space. Her work aims to redress violent representation of brown bodies on the Internet.
This year’s FNB Art Prize winner, Turiya Magadlela tells us about her new work, ‘Imihuzuko’, which continues her contemplation on the history of incarcerated black South African leaders.
With the release of their third studio album We Are Not Dead (W.A.N.D) comes an even braver, stranger, darker and more experimental output from The Frown.
Castle Lite teamed up with Stilo Magolide and Say Thank You on ‘Ziyabanda’, a first track recorded at sub-zero temparatures.
The Bright Night Project envisions a group exhibition spotlighting 20 South African artists, with an opening “blackout event” held in the dark.
From contemporary furniture to ceramics and textiles, the beautifully curated displays are a brilliant showcase of international and local talent.
A group of 15 South African artists with a name like the JHB Massive Supercrew are bound to collaborate on some remarkable ventures.
It’s First Thursdays time again. See you in Braamfontein later to check out the latest art exhibitions and cultural happenings in the area from 5 – 9pm.
See BoyznBucks’ new collection of motorcycle gear in an ultra cool video lookbook by The Visual Content Gang.
Jessica Webster’s solo exhibition “Murderer” is haunting and uncomfortable. Each canvas offers a view into a scene in which something is about to happen.
Co-presented by 10and5 and 100% Design, 100% Talent is a curated selection of work by emerging local designers who are setting trends instead of following them. Here’s the line-up: