WHATIFTHEWORLD is pleased to present John Murray’s exhibition, Sum of its Parts. This body of work is a reconciliation of Murray’s two signature styles, abstract and figurative painting.
Artist and arts journalist, Amie LH Soudien, talks to us about our vexed relationship with Europe.
Her emotive, monochrome works are inspired by a deep and poignant longing for something unattainable.
Get your does of local art with our stop-by-stop guide to the September edition of First Thursdays in Cape Town.
In the last few years Cape Town based painter Mia Chaplin has gone from a graduate to a signed artist, and we’ve been watching her work the whole time.
Whatiftheworld’s current group show explores what is alien to us – biologically, psychologically, socially, personally and politically – and examines how we might better read bodies not our own.
In a new body of work ‘No Place’, Lyndi Sales uses the transient nature of a rainbow as a symbol for utopia. We spoke to her to find out more.
Whatiftheworld curator Ashleigh McLean believes in honing one’s curatorial eye by asking questions, so as exhibitions can contribute to the bigger narrative by offering new insights.
Athi-Patra Ruga is a performance and studio artist. His work showcases marginalized experiences through mythical characters, making them identifiable, yet still maintaining their strangeness. His latest work, The F.W.W.O.A. Saga, opened at Whatiftheworld yesterday evening.