The late Lewis Nkosi’s novel Mating Birds is the reflective starting point for KZNSA Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019, a curatorial essay based on the effects of the Immorality Acts introduced during colonial and apartheid South Africa. Nkosi’s original novel published in the late 1980s was highly praised internationally but equally […]
People: Lady Skollie
Featuring Lady Skollie, Palesa Kgasane and more, FemmeProjects’ new campaign aims to eliminate the taboo surrounding menstruation.
Starring Ladie Skollie, Marianne Fassler’s latest campaign shows resort looks with bohemian appeal.
Visual and performance artist Lady Skollie walks us through her studio, opens up about her current project and shares her thoughts on fame, celebrating yourself and porn.
From Nakhane to siblings Kim and Laura ‘Lady Skollie’ Windvogel, we look at ways creatives are changing the way we discuss sex and identity politics.
10and5’s Nikki Zakkas and Stefanie Jason select six artworks that made their cut at the past weekend’s FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
We highlight the work of 10 womxn artists showing at FNB Joburg Art Fair 2017.
Want to know about the business of art? Lady Skollie says be consistent, know your audience and always call the shots.
This week in Cape Town we’re excited for new exhibitions, a folk music festival and a performance about a ninja superhero.
This week in Cape Town there are vintage markets, two photography exhibitions, chocolate demonstrations and a vinyl launch party!
Three heads are better than one…until they turn against each other. Lady Skollie contrasts egotism, compassion and living for the likes in this new comic.
Showcasing a diversity of work to suit everyone’s tastes and pockets, THAT ART FAIR aims to grow a fresh generation of art lovers and patrons.
In this edition of MAKING, travelling barber Jonny Joel gives Laura Windvogel (aka Lady Skollie) a fresh cut.
From outer space (and other dumb ideas) to Lady Skollie’s ‘Kiss & Tell’ and writers weighing in on a new South Africa, these are 8 podcasts worth subscribing to.
Working under the pseudonym of Lady Skollie, Laura Windvogel’s confrontational art revolves around the themes of gender roles and relationships.