This week in Cape Town there’s mid-century design, a group show reinterpreting vanitas art and a poetry festival.
People: Nina Torr
Tallard and the Ladderbird is an original musical theatre production that will be brought to life by large, parade-style puppets this September.
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 art openings and creative events include a bit of everything and therefore something for everyone. Take a look, make your pick, and go get your art on.
Today we’re looking at some figures in dreamlike landscapes, portraits of models paired with every day scenes, and a psychedelic interpretation of CT.
Last month we hosted a one-night-only illustration exhibition and print sale titled “You Draw Like A Girl!” to conclude our annual Creative Women interview series. This show featured works by a line-up of 10 fantastic local female illustrators. If you couldn’t attend, you can now buy the prints online at Superbalist.com. […]
Thanks to everyone who came through to our “You Draw Like A Girl!” illustration show and print sale yesterday evening at Beijing Opera. Here’s a first online look at the artworks.
We’re doing it again! The second in our series of affordable art sales takes place in exactly one week’s time – Thursday, 4 September 2014 – in Cape Town.
This week’s art openings and events include a look at 300 years of portraits in South Africa, an exhibition by two new artists, a solo exhibition and this month’s CreativeMornings talk. Go get your art on.
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.
‘Gravity’ is an all-female illustration show featuring work by Dani Loureiro, Cassandra Johnson, Maaike Bakker, Nina Torr, Mariette Bergh and Tess Metcalf.
This Oh Wow features a glam poodle, San art, a few interpretations of ‘the wonders of the universe’ and a jewellery lookbook photographed on the beach.
In this week’s art openings fashion meets art for a collaboration between two boundary-breaking dames of their respective fields.
Cape Town is fairly quiet on the art front this week, so you have no excuse to miss out on Gravity, A Visual Exploration at Salon 91 or Per-Anders Pettersson’s new book launch.
Essie Letterpress – a design and print studio run by husband and wife duo Ben and Vanessa Grib – have just released their 2014 Artist’s Almanac and as expected it looks nothing short of spectacular.