Watch W24 editor Zanele Kumalo and Kalashnikovv gallery co-director MJ Turpin talk food, and inspiration, and more.
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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.
This week’s packed with art openings and events, starting today! There are 3 painting shows, photography, an installation, book launch, tapestry showcase, creative discussion, and more.
This week’s art openings and creative events include the book launch on Kentridge’s Soho Chronicles, MJ Turpin escapes from himself again, WAM revisits sculpture from Limpopo, and creatives share anecdotes from their travels.
For budding creatives looking to merge their craft with viable business strategies, I Create We Create presents The Business of Creativity Youth Conference.
Can’t Fool Me Now is an exhibition of contemporary South African art showing in Berlin merging poetry, GIFs, formal text and image.
This week’s creative events and art openings include 3 group shows, 2 solo exhibitions, the first in a series of creative talks, and 2 performance-based pieces.
Art Week Joburg hits the city this week with a myriad of different exhibitions, openings, talks and special events taking place across the city, coinciding with the FNB JoburgArtFair. Go get your art on!
Kalashnikovv Gallery in Braamfontein challenges the status quo of who, how and where art can happen. We chat to the directors to find our more about subversion and being the enfants terribles of the Joburg art scene.
With a brief to Transform Today, The Residence by Absolut took place in May this year. The campaign (created by Native) aimed to bring meaningful change to Johannesburg from a creative design perspective. Six artists from various backgrounds and disciplines were brought together to live and work with […]
A new campaign by Absolut South Africa sees the brand launch their first artist residency program called ‘The Residence by ABSOLUT’.
Openings this week include a look at fashion in Africa, a 24h intervention around public spaces, dancing for Prince, and a solo exhibition of drawings by Judith Mason.
This week’s JHB openings include five solo shows, an illustration exhibition and two group shows. It’s a jam-packed week to go get your art on.
Our next list of Self-Starters features those who’re doing things differently for themselves in the world of art, whether it’s facilitating craft and design collaborations, running an independent gallery or representing a collective of independent illustrators.
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