Mpumelelo Bhengu is a Cape Town-based illustrator, graphic designer, and art director who is driven by his interest in cartoons, comic books, video games, and pop culture.
Baz-Art held the fourth International Public Art Festival (IPAF) festival that took place from February 14 – 16 in Salt River, Cape Town
Lumières d’Afriques will showcase an array of 54 unique artworks, each created by an artist from a different African country, under the theme of ‘The Light of Africa’.
Matereality is an exhibition that concerns itself with how contemporary African artists are using certain materials to explore different issues.
Nando’s’ progressive design programme, Clout showcases the work of local creatives to the world – most notably by featuring their designs in Nando’s restaurants throughout 35 countries.
Taking place this weekend as part of the Cape Town Art Fair VIP calendar is the Krone x WITW Artist Residency at Twee Jongen Gezellen Wine Farm in Tulbagh, Western Cape.
The Most Beautiful Object in South Africa was put in place to celebrate the diverse opinions of beauty.
The Arts Weekend, a series of public events – talks, readings, exhibitions, and performances, including two world premieres – will feature the work of the 2018−2019 protégés of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative with their mentors.
Art month includes a long list of art fairs, festivals and events taking place throughout the month of February, and we have narrowed the list down to 10 must-see festivals and exhibitions while in Cape Town.
Lauren Opia is a Johannesburg based artist who expresses ideas of visibility in urban areas through graffiti and illustration.
Art Battle was created in 2001 in New York City, with the first event on the Houston Street thoroughfare, where interested people poured in to watch six artists ‘throw down’ in black and white as they created an artwork, in one, quick, 90-minute round.
Lady Cynthia Tait (1894-1962), a proficient botanical illustrator with a passion for South African flowers is currently being celebrated at a special exhibition in the Richard Crowie Hall in Kirstenbosch until 15 March 2020.
Design Indaba’s yearly lineup is a highly anticipated event on the creative calendar. Having established itself internationally as one of the premier multidisciplinary programmes in the world, it consistently draws the globe’s luminaries to its stage.
On 25 January, Goodman Gallery Johannesburg opens Bôna, a selection of work from several photo essays by the late Thabiso Sekgala which explore how social borders determine visibility in society.
Here are some good reasons why purchasing artwork from living artists rather than the deceased should be top of your list.