We chat to Candice Lawrence as she reveals two striking new lights inspired by African jewellery on exhibition till Sunday at NEXT18.
Tag: Nando’s Art Initiative
The CanBeam light was designed by then schoolgirl Tulsha Booysen in response to the brief for the Nando’s Hot Young Designer Talent Search.
Sandile ‘Ashar’ Mhlongo’s paintings articulate his life story – one of personal struggle, strong family ties, and friendships. His mission as an artist is to express the lives of his community, where crime, poverty, and hopelessness are a reality in a context of very little money and the fear of […]
Thabisa Mjo of Mash T Design studio has been blazing big guns since she won Nando’s Hot Young Designer Talent Search for her Tutu 2.0 light in 2015. Honours for this design include prestigious awards from 100% Design SA and Design Foundation, and invitations to exhibit at international design fairs […]
Worn and found shoes serve as metaphor for the human soul as this artist from Delft grapples with life.
His refusal to ignore the everyday issues of poverty, discrimination, injustice and political uncertainty that surround him, coupled with his frustration with society fuel this Mfuleni artist’s process of creating mixed-media work on metal sheets.
The latest body of work by artist Boyce Magandela celebrates the warmth, strength, power, and beauty of women.
Artworks created by Emma Nourse for the recent Moving Still group exhibition shift and change as light moves through their translucent materials, casting a constantly moving sub-work of shadows. We catch up with her as the exhibition comes to an end.
Nando’s is known for putting their PERi-power behind Southern African art and design, using their restaurants worldwide to globally celebrate the wealth of incredible talent in our country, while making a difference to the lives of Southern African artists and designers with whom Nando’s loves to collaborate. 1) Nando’s Oxford, […]
The thoughtfully incisive journey of artist Emalie Bingham continues in her most recent body of work that explores the deconstruction and reconstruction of her continually evolving paradigms, experience and patterns of thought.
The tension between skill and immediacy brings a poetic sense of adventure to two exhibitions that recently featured work by this prolific Cape Town artist.
The AVA Gallery in Cape Town presents two group exhibitions in collaboration with Nando’s and the Spier Arts Trust.
Nando’s Creative Exchange programme administered by Spier Arts Trust culminates in an exciting two-part exhibition opening tonight at Cape Town’s AVA Gallery.
Assemblage, one of two concurrent exhibitions opening at AVA Gallery sees four artists from Mfuleni, Mitchell’s Plain and Delft collaborate on group show.
Four emerging South African artists including Henk Serfontein, Marlise Keith, Patrick Bongoy and Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi present works at the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.