Zana explores and engages with identity, time, conflict and diversity as the core themes of her work.
The film, which came out on July 19th introduces us to three separate stories lines – which all explore the money secrets of three South Africans. As seen in the tagline ‘Three lives. Three secrets. We all have something to hide’.
In this second installment in our series on street art, we look at the Jozi-born Cape Town based artist’s work
The Labyrinth Project is an interdisciplinary platform that aims to create a space where creatives are encouraged to collaborate and contribute to the project.
Fashion photographer, Themba Mbuyisa recently created a lookbook with designer Elias Sibata. The designs are inspired by Asian style.
The project aims to protect one hundred islands around the world by 2020 and transform communities worldwide by implementing informative programmes and infrastructure which will assist in removing plastic from beaches.
Independent photographer Leah Hawker challenges the negative attributes often associated with breastfeeding in her self-motivated pro bono project and book titled ‘Breastfeeding 101’
Johannesburg based rapper, singer, songwriter, performer and designer Xenlaii, together with his team recently put together an evening event called the ‘SURF : AM Experience’ which is an extension of his SURF : AM EP – hosted at The Bioscope in Johannesburg, Maboneng.
Automaker collaborates with three local creatives on limited edition range
This is the multi-disciplinary artist’s first public sculpture.
‘Small Room’ is curated by Sarah Grace as a result of the last six months she has spent with Priest Gallery
Every week, over the next few weeks, Between 10and5 writer Thabang Buthelezi will be looking at a street art piece that takes on a unique flavour of the country
Photographer explores self-love through a series of intimate self-portraits.
Professional printing and framing studio ORMS recently partnered with 16 South African artists to launch their limited edition range of wallpapers
Cape Town-based Cinga Samson’s fourth exhibition at Blank Projects is running until July 27.