10and5 collaborates with local artists to create a series of limited edition merchandise featuring artworks with launch artists Ana Pather, Nico Krijno and Io Makandal.
Person: Nico Krijno
Adriaan Kuiters + Jody Paulsen’s AW15 collection is darker than what has come before it; pieces make an urban departure from last summer’s resort approach.
Nico Krijno’s practice is a frenetic research into how to stretch photography’s identity as far and wide as possible. This week, his new exhibition of works opens at Whatiftheworld gallery.
This week in our compilation of gatherings from the internet we have two new EPs, an ongoing series of portraits shot on infrared film, a quick look at an upcoming exhibition and a music video full of brightly painted limbs.
A meditation on light through the eyes of local photographers, ordered from AM to PM to show light in a few of its infinitely varying stages and forms.
A “holiday photo album” inspired by the feelings evoked by old family photographs, brought to you by 35 local creatives.
‘Uncertain Terms’ is a visually rich and captivating group exhibition at Whatiftheworld, showcasing the work of 14 artists from across 4 continents.
In today’s short, sweet and super colourful Oh Wow! we’re listening to a new Future Sounds of Mzansi mix and The World According to Mungo, flipping through the pages of Nico Krijno’s wonderful photo book and longing after everything in Selfi’s SS15 collection. ONE: This week naasMUSIC began a […]
Today we’re looking at two utterly adorable elderly women, a fun little animation, colourful screenprints and some photographs that use the traditional still life as a springboard for exploring new territory. ONE – We know it’s old, but Trudy and Sylvia are so delightful we just had to share […]
Johannesburg based milliners Simon and Mary have done it again with their new SS15 collection, drawing inspiration from history to pay homage to silhouettes that have stood the test of time. To give things a modern edge, four new colourways inspired by clear skies and sunny days have been […]
David Goldblatt For (almost) as long as humans have been on this earth, portraits have existed in one form or another. We’re drawn to portraits – taking them, making them – because they reflect something of our existence here. There’s also the fascinating aspect of recognising a bit of […]
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!
Directly or indirectly, the City of Johannesburg forms part of many Jozi artists’ work. To illustrate this, three artists working in the city right now will be showing and speaking about their work at an upcoming art edition of Show & Tell. The event will take place on […]
Today we’re looking at some beautifully perplexing photographs, a wonderful set of narrative illustrations and a digital montage made using vintage daguerreotypes. ONE – New photographs by Lindsay Hamlyn. TWO – Narrative illustrations by Sonia Dearling for an exhibition, under the theme ‘No Man’s Land’. […]
Today, in the spirit of collaboration, we’re taking a look at creative duos. Covering the fields of photography, fashion, design and illustration, we’ve put together a list of 14 of our favourite local creatives who are doing good things in pairs.