Ahead of The Oude Meester Tour here are a few SA creatives whose brilliant work is being noticed abroad, and rightfully so. Here’s to mastering your craft!
People: Spoek Mathambo
This week there’s a diverse range of art exhibitions and events taking place for you to choose from: botanically inspired art, Willem Boshoff’s new solo show that’s all about text, WAM After Hours is back, a large-scale group sculpture show at Nirox Sculpture Park, and just outside of JHB the Aardklop Kunstefees takes over Potchefstroom.
Future Sound of Mzansi is a documentary directed by Spoek Mathambo and Lebogang Rasethaba which aims to explore, express and interrogate South Africa’s electronic music landscape. To promote the film Spoek has been creating (or in some cases, co-ordinating) a series of mixes featuring the artists who appeared in […]
The sound of South African music is something that seems to be evolving along with our country. In this documentary, musician Nthato Mokgata (Spoek Mathambo) and filmmaker Lebogang Rasethaba go on a journey to discover the Future Sound of Mzansi.
From super dreeeeamy photographs to some shocking pink art interventions in Johannesburg’s gritty inner city, here’s our weekly Oh Wow! round-up.
For this edition of Oh Wow! we’ve got locals exhibiting in NYC, colourful coats for dreary winter days, bold pieces of jewellery and a music collaboration. ONE – Installation images from City of Gold Diggers, a Foreign Neighbors exhibition by Jana + Koos which is currently showing in New […]
For 2014, producer/singer/rapper Spoek Mathambo presents Fantasma a new ‘superband’ whose members have been recruited from across South Africa. Kent Andreasen took these photographs to introduce the band.
In May 2014, Hilltop Live will be hosting the first ever multi-genre, electronically mashed up festival in South Africa: XooXity.
Jameson’s The INDIE Channel presents Breakfast in Bed with artist, producer, singer-songwriter, rapper and visionary, Spoek Mathambo.
Part 4 of our 2013 Highlights is a collection of the wild and wonderful from Michaella Janse van Vuuren’s 3D printed hybrid creatures to the Johannesburg Zoo’s social media badger, and everything in between.
A new music/fashion film for Spoek Mathambo’s Zombie was released yesterday, directed by Kent Andreason and assisted by Johno Mellish.
Shield and Spear, a documentary film directed by Petter Ringbom explores what it’s like to live and work as an artist in this new democracy.