Ahead of her post-break exhibit ‘O.K. Cupid’, Olivié Keck tells us about her residency experiences in Mexico and California.
Person: Olivié Keck
“Memory is tricky stuff. It is laced with duplicity and grandstanding, worse still treacly nostalgia and kitsch. But the past must not be forgotten.”
Inspired by a sense of wanderlust and adventure, the Travel exhibition brings together 15 contemporary South African artists’ work ranging across mediums.
‘But he doesn’t have anything on!’ currently showing at Commune. 1 explores post-colonialism through the visual language of textiles.
Social movements always come with music. These South African musicians have put together a few tracks in support of #FeesMustFall and #EndOutsourcing.
In Oh Wow! this week: the amazing cover art for Petite Noir’s upcoming album and volume 3 of a cross-continental music project.
A Pholoso Selebogo styled fashion editorial gives us a window into another world and we’re taking a peek inside Joburg’s new smile-inducing restaurant Mr Big Stuff.
Colours clash and patterns collide in Olivié Keck’s exuberant illustrations. Catch her upcoming show ‘Museum Quality’ in Cape Town.
Today in Oh Wow! we’ve collected some perspective bending campaign images, a new cross-continental mixtape and photographs from an Unordinary exhibition.
While we were taking a sabbatical from screens, SA’s creatives were busy as ever publishing photo shoots, music videos, unseen artworks and new editions. Take a look!
This week the Mother City hosts a Show & Tell, an illustration sale, an exhibition of local comics and more. Here’s when to be where so you don’t miss out.
Olivié Keck is an artist and illustrator from Cape Town. Her work is varied but thoughtful, at times contemplative and reflective, at others bold, playful and bright.
This week’s exhibition openings in Cape Town include a celebration of urban comic art, a series of stamps and unpublished works by Zapiro.