‘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 […]
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It has been an interesting and important year for art, especially within the African context. To round it off, here are a number of exhibitions that will see 2015 through. As part of First Thursdays – that took place on 3 December in both Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa – these were some of our highlights […]
Having met with him at Art Dubai recently, we spoke with Professor Bruce Onobrakpeya, a pioneer of modern African art, renowned master print-maker, painter, sculptor and founder and President of The Bruce Onobrakpeya Foundation (BOF) and the Harmattan Workshop. This article is an exerpt of the full interview, which appears in the June Digital […]
To coincide with Africa Month in May 2015, !KAURU Contemporary Art from Africa and The Black Collectors Forum, with support from The Department Of Arts & Culture, is presenting a month long series of art exhibitions, events, discussions and outreach programs in Johannesburg and Pretoria throughout May and June.
A project by “To Whom It May Concern”* & Anna Jäger. You are cordially invited to join SAVVY Contemporary this Friday, 22nd Aug. and Saturday, 23rd Aug. (10am – 7pm) at SAVVY Contemporary to deliberate on the “State of Refugeness” in our present times. Together with ‘refugees’, activists, philosophers, psychologists, artists, architects, lawyers and even […]
Artlogic is pleased to announce its Special Projects Programme for 2014. Special Projects is an annual programme of curated shows that take place alongside Gallery, Young Gallery and Art Platform booth exhibits.
Art South Africa in conversation with US Ambassador Patrick Gaspard on the events surrounding the arrival of his new collection, part of the ‘Art in Embassies’ programme: a hands-on mural project with US and local artists and residents in Langa; and a conversation about identity, race and history in contemporary art.
!Kauru African Contemporary Exhibition Titled Cultural Brokerage; Africa Imagined Act 1 opens at the Pretoria Art Museum on 24 May 2013.
Eight works from the collection of Anthony Quinn, the late American actor, feature in the next Bonhams sale of South African art on March 20th in New Bond Street, London. Including paintings and sculptures by Cecil Skotnes, Lucky Sibiya, Dumile Feni-Mhlaba and Cyprian Shilakoe, the selection ranges in price from £2,500 to £30,000.
JOHANNESBURG – The 2011 Standard Bank Young Artist Award winners are “a group of diversely unique individuals with distinctive artistic voices, who that are bringing a fresh edge to their respective disciplines,” said National Arts Festival Committee Chairman Jay Pather at the announcement of the winners of the prestigious award in Johannesburg last night, hosted […]