ART AFRICA in conversation with Elize Vossgatter on her solo show, ‘limp’, currently up on Exhibition at SMITH.
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ART AFRICA talks to Ephia Mmbidi – represented by Candice Berman Fine Art Gallery, on her experiences growing up in violent yet significant Sebokeng, her role as a black female artist, and how she utilises tools to capture the essence of what it is to be female.
‘Exotic Trade’ is Tabita Rezaire’s first solo exhibition in which she deploys ‘digital healing activism’ as a strategy to envision decolonial technologies through which we can ‘holistically connect to ourselves, to one another, to the earth and to the multiverse’ (Rezaire). ‘Exotic Trade’ is on show at the Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg from 8 April to […]
Art Dubai has established itself as one of the world’s leading global art fairs. Whilst its roots were originally set in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA), Art Dubai has evolved over the years to become a vibrant meeting ground between established and trail-blazing emerging artists, collectors and art connoisseurs, and a […]
The 14th edition of documenta will open in April 2017 in Athens and in June 2017 in Kassel. documenta 14, organised by Artistic Director Adam Szymczyk, is unique in its organisation as, reflected in its title: “Learning from Athens”, the exhibition will take place over two cities, instead of the usual Kassel.
Ngulube talks about his experiences as a Pastor, and the traces of himself in his work for upcoming solo show, ‘Traces’ at Candice Berman Fine Art Gallery.
Aspire Art Auctions’ inaugural Cape Town sale on 27 March 2017 at the Avenue, V&A Waterfront attracted wide-spread interest from the media and collectors alike, inspired by the new vision which Aspire brings to the market.
Thanks to art, instead of seeing one world only, our own, we see that world multiply itself and we have at our disposal as many worlds as there are original artists, worlds more different one from the other than those which revolve in infinite space, worlds which, centuries after the extinction of the fire from […]
Olatunji Sanusi addresses his Yoruba heritage, the global water scarcity and the effects it will have on future generations – especially children, as well as his hopes of one day exhibiting in Nigeria.
Cathy Layzell talk’s gardens and gardening, the politically-loaded concept of reserves, and the driving force behind her latest exhibition, ‘Reserve’, currently up on show at Salon91.