‘Space Is the Place’ is the title of contemporary artist Lucinda Mudge’s latest solo exhibition, currently on display at Everard Read, Franschhoek
The main programme for the National Arts Festival: Responding to the tangled times we live in, held in Makhanda, has been released. Bookings open on 7 May 2019
Fashion designer and stylist, Jacques Bam collaborates with MRP to create an eclectic, vibrant collection of standout prints, playful silhouettes and details aplenty.
Following the success of the inaugural Spier Light Art Festival, the historic Stellenbosch wine farm will present a second edition from 6 December 2019 to 19 January 2020.
Boipelo Khunou has honed the skill of unmasking the faces of her subjects in a sensitive and perceptive manner. From her personal philosophy, to the most challenging aspects of her role as photographer, she shares her take with us.
Tyler Yeo might have a degree in architecture and be a design director but he also has a natural talent for taking great photos.
Michelle Viljoen is a Cape Town based designer with a special connection to street photography. Her images capture the daily lives of ordinary people. She walked us through her career and the path that brought her to loving this documentary style of photography.
Thinking outside the box and breaking the technical constraints of popular norms found on social media is what David Blaq’s fashion photography is all about. This Canon Creative loves expressing his creative genius and making his dreams come to life with the help of others, through collaboration.
David Brits, the artist who established Cape Town Signwriting in 2011, shares the stories behind his favorites signs. From balancing acts to technical detail, signwriting is a crafty business.
The Unlock experience will give fans an opportunity to see Malone perform live, for the first time in South Africa or in fact, anywhere else on the continent.
EDGE brings together an icon grouping of beer and cider ad personalities in their new TVC.
Exploring the history of the underground music scene that crossed borders to tell the story of those that had no political voice.
As we count down the days to the opening of this year’s Venice Biennale on 11 May, these are the African artists we’re looking forward to seeing this year in the floating city.
Join Jeremy de Tolly and Fiona Soma for a two-day adventure that combines TRE® (Trauma and Tension Release Exercises), mantra and voice with leading-edge body-based practices.
Conrad Hicks’ upcoming solo exhibition, Implement, is the culmination of an intuitive quest for beauty that the artist traces back to the origins of humankind.