The late Lewis Nkosi’s novel Mating Birds is the reflective starting point for KZNSA Gallery’s first exhibition of 2019, a curatorial essay based on the effects of the Immorality Acts introduced during colonial and apartheid South Africa. Nkosi’s original novel published in the late 1980s was highly praised internationally but equally […]
Afrofuturism addresses themes and concerns of the African diaspora through a figurative science fiction and techno-cultural framework. It has come to be a powerful movement in the art world, we take a look at 6 of the best Afrofuturism artists to keep an eye on.
Evans has launched a Spring Summer ’18 collection that puts a fresh spin on a classic South African accessory.
Tyra Naidoo is a fine artist, model and gallery manager at Eclectica Design and Art. We had the privilege of asking her a few questions about her work. How do you find the difference between creating your own art pieces and being a part of another type of art creation […]
English-born street artist Sonny gives 10and5 a glimpse into his life as an international artist.
Nkcubeko Balani’s new work “Aesthetics from a heritage: Knowing through Revealing and Concealing” looks at the intersections between culture, personal identity and modern influences.
With a new solo show in Europe, Tony Gum explores the use of sculpture but remains faithful to her peculiar stylistic figure: the self-portrait.
Bafana ‘Nkabi’ Mthembu and Tshepo Rancho team up on a beautiful set of visuals exploring Nkabi’s influences and inspiration.
From music to film and fashion, we take a look at some of times the late icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s life inspired art.
From intangible expressions of heritage to celebrating icon Mam’ Winnie Mandela, the stylish Mathebula sisters invite us into their Joburg home to chat cultural ‘mishmash’.
From Faith 47’s stampeding zebras to a shadow boxing Nelson Mandela, photographer Kgomotso Neto and writer Vuyiswa Xekatwane take us on a city tour of Joburg’s public art.
Publicist and designer Maria McCloy invites us into her Joburg apartment, and talks culture, heritage and style as part of 10and5’s series of conversations with womxn this Month.
Each week this September, 10and5 brings you a new series of conversations around how heritage is expressed, preserved or thought about among a few womxn in our contemporary creative community.
Designer to watch Sakhile Cebekhulu talks to us about his label SASH, which aims to celebrate African pride while debunking elitist notions around fashion.
We take a look at ‘Things I Won’t Forget’, a bold new photo essay by award-winning Gabon-born photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga.