We visit artist Tabita Rezaire’s new exhibition, ‘Exotic Trade’, and stop by her performative yoga session and conversation with writer/editor Milisuthando Bongela.
Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
AHEM! is South Africa’s first gallery dedicated to illustration, concept art and animation. Read our quick interview with its founders.
Next week sees the start of the FNB Joburg Art Fair to be hosted in Sandton City from 23 – 25 September. This year the Art Fair has moved from its original time in Easter to September, in a move that organiser Ross Douglas says will hopefully contribute to an “art season” in the city.
Last night we swung past the opening of the ARK exhibition by Senyol, Bruce Mackay and Justin Southey at the Bamboo Center in Johannesburg. We’re digging the work up, so go swing past to get it out. Entropy is open from 9ish to 5ish. And the shop is really cool […]
Elmaire Lateman is a South African painter. She was born in Durban in 1983 and graduated with an honours degree in fine Arts from the University of Stellenbosch in 2005. She is currently completing her Masters via Unisa. Elmarie’s latest body of work represents a shift from previously explored figurative physical surroundings to […]
Marcii Goosen is an artist, designer and interior monkey. Her art and design-making practice spans, diversely, over visual essays on fabric and paper, crafting intricate objects, through to producing extensive graphic stills and filmic installation projects. She has most recently been involved in the creation of the adidas Originals Three Stories event as well as […]
Camilla Grobler is a Durban girl. She studied a three-year diploma in Graphic Design at Durban University of Technology, then went on to work at Durban advertising agency Modern Museum, where she has been for almost two years. Camilla loves all things GIRL, so in her spare time you will find her baking […]
A sneak preview of what’s expected Daddy’s World (who brought you Daddy Long Legs Hotel and the Grand Daddy Hotel and Airstream Penthouse Trailer Park in Cape Town’s Long Street) is bringing some oomph to Elgin in the form of the Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park due to open […]
Lauren Beukes will be launching her new book Zoo City at the Book Lounge in Cape Town on Tuesday, 25 May. Beukes is a South African author, script writer and recovering journalist. Zoo City will be her third book published. The opening will have toys customised by designers including Joey Hifi, Am […]
Alistair Palmer was born in Hermanus and lives in Cape Town. He takes inspiration from the world around him and enjoys the little things in life. He surfs, rides bicycles, and enjoys working with power tools and wood. Alistair likes beer and card games, camping, making coffee, organising things and collecting […]
Renee Rossouw completed a Masters in Architecture at the University of Cape Town in 2009 and is currently doing a Masters in Product Design in Madrid. Renee spends her spare time playing around with illustration work; these usually accompany a project that she is working on. Other times it just aims to document an […]
Take Me Somewhere Nice : A flyer designed by SaysWho for an event on a rooftop in Johannesburg. The brief was completely open. You may not have heard of the kids of SaysWho. They have not made a sex tape. They have not robbed any celebrity homes. They don’t even […]
The City Slickers poster exhibition has had a successful run with the Pretoria and Durban shows over the past few months. The show is still gaining momentum on it’s journey towards London. We’re always on the lookout for more talented artists to add to the mix, so if interested in […]