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Simphiwe Ndzube, The Bloom of the Corpse Flower, 2020. Mixed media, 95 x 79 inches. Denver Art Museum: Funds from the Contemporary Collectors' Circle with additional support from Vicki and Kent Logan, Catherine Dews Edwards and Phillip Edwards, Craig Ponzio, Ellen and Morris Susman, and Bryon Adinoff and Trish Holland, 2021. © Simphiwe Ndzube. Photographer: Marten Elder. Courtesy of the artist and Nicodim Gallery.

Simphiwe Ndzube's first solo museum exhibition in the United States of America

In the first US solo museum exhibition for South African contemporary…

'Bag Factory 30 Years: So Far, The Future' at FADA Gallery

The Bag Factory has announced their 30th-anniversary exhibition,…
'Unusual Suspects' installation.

'Unusual Suspects' at the African Artists' Foundation

'Unusual Suspects' celebrates the unique visual dialects of 11…
Serpentine Pavilion 2021 designed by Counterspace, Design Render, Exterior View © Counterspace

20th Serpentine Pavilion designed by Johannesburg-based practice Counterspace

The 20th Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Johannesburg-based…
ScreeRonald Muchatuta

'Kurarama' by Ronald Muchatuta at Melrose Gallery, Cape Town

Following on from Ronald’s well-received exhibition at the…
Oupa Sibeko, Black is Blue.

Black is Blue: A durational performance artwork by Oupa Sibeko

Oupa Sibeko is an interdisciplinary performance artist whose…

Joburg. New York. Paris. Cairo… (Un)Infecting the City breaks ground AND borders

For the first time, South Africa’s longest-running public arts…
Installation view of WOMEN C(A)REATE, an apexart International Open Call Exhibition in Tehran, Iran in February 2020.

Challenging Fellows: Steven Rand on the apexart Fellowship

apexart is a non-profit arts organisation in Lower Manhattan…
Obsidian Samurai XXIII, 2020. Polyurethane plastic, used inner tyre tubes, stainless steel, aluminium, wood, polyurethane foam, nails, glass, epoxy resin, cotton cloth, cotton cord, cotton rope, thermoplastic, wax pigment, faux suede, beads, replica katana. Dimensions: 820 x 810 x 2060mm. Courtesy of the artist.

The East is a Career: Ashraf Jamal explores the work of artist, Nicola Roos

Roos' pieces reflect on Africa’s historical co-dependence on…
© Iziko Museums of South Africa

Celebrate Freedom Day with Iziko Museums of South Africa!

Enjoy the freedom to choose, to participate, see, discover, and…