The fourth International Public Art Festival (IPAF) will take place in and around Salt River, Cape Town, from February 12-16, and act as the opening of Art Month in Cape Town.
‘E no concern me’ is a personal artistic project by visual artist Ayobola Kekere-Ekun. The title of the body of work, ‘E no concern me’, is a Nigerian vernacular phrase which roughly translates to “it’s none of my concern” or “it’s not my problem”.
Marc draws inspiration from thrift streetwear, people, the vibrant colours of Tokyo as well as the science-fiction of certain Japanese animation.
Internationally-acclaimed visual artist Faith XLVII completed her largest mural to date. Standing 11.000 square feet tall, this piece – titled ‘The Silent Watcher’, pays tribute to Noam Chomsky, and calls out for brotherly love.
iSkeem Semicimbi is made up of multimedia practitioners Mawande Manez Sobethwa, Bulumko Stifler Gana, Mandla Mahashe and Luvuyo Wogqoyi.
Cape Town-based art collective, APESH!T YOUTH explores identity by being ‘Aggressively Progressiv’. Hailing from the city’s townships, the eight members use multidisciplinary arts to motivate fellow young creatives whilst providing a platform to represent them. The group uses its platform as a means of support for one another and their […]
The group exhibition will run until 16 January 2020 at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town. It displays works by four emerging artists; Adolf Tega, Thembalethu Manqunyana, Robyn Pretorius and Wonder Marthinus.
Artist duo AD_Reflex will be hosting their first solo exhibition in South Africa. The exhibition, titled ‘Highlights and Foresights’ will be held at Cape Town’s Deepest Darkest Gallery from 9 January to 20 February 2020.
Facing challenges in areas like education, healthcare, water scarcity, pollution and climate change themselves, creatives have been invited by the Social Impact Arts Prize team to explore how they can best imagine a
On Tuesday afternoon, the day before the photo shoot, I meet up with a male friend for a mildly boozy lunch and share my excitement about having Karabo Poppy Moletsane as our December cover star. “Why Karabo?” he asks out of curiosity. I couldn’t answer on behalf of everyone at […]
Mashudu Nevhutalu’s first solo exhibition adjusts the lens with which South Africa can remember its domestic but collective history.
Mukheli started sharing a series of drawings on his Instagram. When asked what inspired him to begin drawing again, he explained that it is an activity he finds very therapeutic.
Mfabe is part of Design Indaba’s Emerging Creative Class of 2019 as well as the 100% Design South Africa Young Gauteng 2018. He has exhibited at Design Indaba 2019, National Arts Festival’s Giving Poetry Wings 2018 and will soon be exhibiting internationally at Colorado Mesa University with Co|show on the 6th of December, 2019.
Cape Town-based visual artist Nardstar* was recently invited to the 6th Annual Festival Concreto in Fortaleza, Brazil. He spent the first two weeks of November meeting artists from different parts of South America, exploring the seaside city, and most importantly, painting a mural titled ‘Like-minded’.
Kgaogelo Mashilo, popularly known as Cow Mash, was born in Limpopo and later moved to Pretoria in 2000, where she graduated from Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) with a degree in Fine Art – majoring in sculpture.