Bad Paper, founded in 2016, creates a space for artists where their work can reach its full potential through publications or specific editions. Founders, Ben Johnson (book/graphic designer) and Rodan Kane Hart (visual artist), created Bad Paper to provide an alternative to the gallery system by using multiples as a form […]
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This week in the Mother City there are plenty of interactive creative events, 5 exhibition openings and a free Sunday concert.
‘Uncertain Terms’ is a visually rich and captivating group exhibition at Whatiftheworld, showcasing the work of 14 artists from across 4 continents.
As part of the World Design Capital 2014 purpose to ‘Live Design, Transform Life’, the Missibaba team launched the BOOMBOX project. Chloe Townsend and Lizel Strydom invited 7 creatives to each design a custom Missibaba bag. They were given unprinted leather panels and asked to come up with a design to decorate the […]
It seems that Cape Town’s galleries are hibernating this week, giving you the chance to catch up on the Mother City’s many current exhibitions. If you missed some of the exhibitions that opened this month, here are the details: June 2014 Off The Wire, Including a Statesman at Work, Nic Bothma’s […]
Contemporary South African art will be in the spotlight at the San Francisco MOMA in a new exhibition: Public Intimacy: Art and Other Ordinary Acts in South Africa.
Artist Cameron Platter shares some laconic insights on his new solo exhibition, I SAW THIS, on now at WHATIFTHEWORLD.
After a buzzy First Thursdays last week, the galleries in Cape Town are taking a breather, making way for some interesting alternative openings.
Roger Jardine, Durban-based photographer and all-round creative genius, shares his art-centric Wishlist with us.
The Cape Town Art Fair is South Africa’s new exhibition of contemporary art, and is set to take the Mother City by storm this week by reshaping the contemporary art landscape.