Inspired by a sense of wanderlust and adventure, the Travel exhibition brings together 15 contemporary South African artists’ work ranging across mediums.
Person: Angus MacKinnon
Starting this weekend, Fried Contemporary is hosting a Young Collectors exhibition that aims to instill the habit of collecting art in young art-appreciators.
Protest is a group show at Hazard curated by Beathur Mgoza Baker that comprises artworks from Pan-African artists that engage with notions of resistance.
Angus Mackinnon’s series-in-progress ‘Some Taxi Drivers’ is an ode to taxi drivers and their workspace coupled as an act of personal exploration.
A few items hanging on a clothesline and makeshift swings are some of the only signs of habitation in Angus MacKinnon’s photographs of La Güera – a small, virtually abandoned ruin.
Invisible Borders is an ongoing, annual travel/art project which documents the experiences of a group of artists travelling across Africa, and this year for the first time into Europe.
With almost everything back to normal after the festive season, the galleries of Cape Town are kicking the year off with a street store, Viviane Sassen’s third solo show at the Stevenson and a Greatest Hits of 2013’s fine art grads.
Before we move forward, we’re taking a quick look back. Our 2013 Highlights kick off with an ode to cities; big and small, near and far, real and imagined. Go explore.
Angus MacKinnon just graduated from UCT’s Michaelis School of Fine Art, majoring in Photography. He shared his work, experience and his aspirations with us, and it’s all pretty exciting, so watch this space!