Conrad Hicks’ upcoming solo exhibition, Implement, is the culmination of an intuitive quest for beauty that the artist traces back to the origins of humankind.
Listening Room invites artists to contribute to an exhibition that reflects on the position and scope of audio in contemporary art. The responses present a miscellany of practices.
Belonging — Be-longing — longing. As the word deconstructs, it begins to highlight its inherent complexity, its paradox.
Join the exhibition opening at Everard Read’s CIRCA Gallery by the artists Conrad Botes and Olivié Keck. Time – 6:00 pm. Date – 11 April 20192. Address – Jellicoe Avenue Rosebank, 2196
August House is hosting exhibition opening “STUDIO SHOW” by popular singers Andrew Kayser and Jake Michael on Thursday 11 April 2019.
Be part of Surface and Depth Exhibition organized by Laurel Holmes and Danielle Malherbe opening on Thursday – 4 April 2019 at 18h00. The exhibition will start with a speech by guest speaker Gordon Froud. The exhibition will close on the 26th April 2019.
Keyes Art Mile showcases a sculpture exhibition about South Africa’s most influential sculptors – the late Edoardo Villa.
Don’t miss the chance to admire ‘Warm Water Imaginaries’, a solo exhibition by Penny Siopis. Penny Siopis is one of the most influential South African artists from the last 30 years.
There are currently two exhibitions on show at the KZNSA Gallery: The first exhibition in the Mail Gallery allows you to take a trip around the world with ‘Re-stitching Culture: Indigenous Dolls of South Africa, Australia and Canada’. Encountering Countenance, ‘Re-Stitching Culture’ reclaims traditional practice, explores health and well-being, and […]
Painter Erin Chaplin talks to us about her solo show Outgrowth’, which will be exhibited at the Voorkamer Gallery in November.
We catch up with Lady Skollie about her latest solo, its unapologetic political undertone and her first ‘official’ performance at Joburg Art Fair.
Jake Singer’s current exhibition imagines what the world will be like after the fourth industrial revolution. Catch a glimpse of the works here.
Chief curator Tumelo Mosaka chats to us ahead of the 2017 Cape Town Art Fair.
From solo exhibitions to animation screenings, here’s what’s on in the City of Gold. Get out there and see some art.
Now on show at 99 Loop Gallery, ‘Broken Things’ is a series of photographs by Johnson Tsoku Maela that highlights the importance of self acceptance.