Take your pick of live performances, cartoon exhibitions and film screenings happening in Cape Town this week.
Person: Jean de wet
The Bright Night Project envisions a group exhibition spotlighting 20 South African artists, with an opening “blackout event” held in the dark.
A small preview of a solo exhibition, a dreamy photoshoot in the dunes, graphic interpretations of the weather and the first single from a Cape Town pop band.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
Today we’re watching a delightful animated music video directed by Sebastian Borckenhagen, looking at things that Ruann Coleman bent himself and listening to a (very) sneak preview of Desmond and the Tutus’ upcoming album. ONE – The video for Miami Horror’s new single Wild Motion (Set It Free), directed […]
This week Cape Town hosts 7 solo exhibitions, 3 group shows and a creative showcase. Here’s the what, when and where: Tuesday, 22 July Two solo exhibitions open at Blank Projects The Comforter by Wilhelm Saayman “These seven paintings are about the transients of our society: […]
Working in the fields of photography, illustration, fine art or fashion, here are 10 artists whose vision of the world in black and white we love.
This week’s art openings include an exhibition by Detroit-based arts collective, Complex Movements, four solo shows and a group showcase of mixed-media works that blur the boundary between fine art, street art and illustration.
In a super colourful edition of Oh Wow! we’ve got some beautifully illustrated GIFs of Setswana names, a video series paying tribute to the creative talent in Port Elizabeth and haunting, pastel coloured acrylic paintings. ONE – Illustrated GIFs depicting the ABC’s of Setswana Names by Thandiwe Tshabalala. Also […]
In this week’s art openings fashion meets art for a collaboration between two boundary-breaking dames of their respective fields.
We’re super glad to be back and bringing you the first Oh Wow! of 2014. For this edition we found a clothing collaboration between Studio Muti and 2BOP that’ll make you hungry, the offbeat eye of photographer Nico Krijno as well as a Holographic Periscope by the always wonderful Jean de Wet. And that’s not even half of it.
Limited edition illustrated T-shirt brand Mingo Lamberti has just released their December 2013 range inspired by Myths and Legends.
South African illustrators will be exhibiting as part of group international illustration show, The Path Less Deconstructed, at .M Contemporary art gallery in Sydney.
For Oh Wow! number three we found many visual treasures from Michael Taylor, Caroline Mackintosh, Jean de Wet and more! Here they are for you to see
Former Mountains – a must-see group show featuring Jean de Wet, Bruce Mackay, Michael Tymbios and Dale Lawrence – is currently on exhibition at Salon91 in Kloof St, Cape Town.