EVANS MBUGUA / Don’t Slow Me Down If I’m Going Too Fast

Mbugua’s artwork is fresh, showing a dynamic Africa in motion Evans Mbugua studied Fine Arts with option Graphic Design at ESAP Pau, France. This grounding…

OLIVIÉ KECK / IN BLOOM

“This show embodies a young fever dream. Themes in the work explore the seduction of youth, young romance and the passing of time. It’s a…

DANIEL LEVI / ASYMMETRICAL IDENTITIES

“Painting is about finding essences. Human forms, faces, vessels of identity – my subjects – are the carriers of paint. Representing a human being is nebulous…

ATHI-PATRA RUGA – Interior / Exterior / Dramatis Personae

Athi-Patra Ruga presents a new exhibition Interior/Exterior ⁄ Dramatis Persona, a Saga in Two Parts. As a prologue to the exhibition a series of video…

USTHEYTHEM / JOY JESSICA STEYN

Joy always wanted to become a nurse because she is passionate about caring and nurturing the beings around her. Though she never ended up becoming…

WHY SHOULD I HESITATE: PUTTING DRAWINGS TO WORK / WILLIAM KENTRIDGE

The largest ever survey exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge is heading into its last month in Cape Town. This major exhibition is hosted…

TOMORROW, THERE WILL BE MORE OF US

Stellenbosch Triennale aims to make Stellenbosch a primary destination of multi-disciplinary art in Africa. The Stellenbosch Triennale, brainchild of the Stellenbosch Outdoor Sculpture Trust, takes…

HERO / KEVIN MACKINTOSH

HERO (2014 – 2019), the project is a series of ‘styled and controlled’ portraits and was created over a five year period in various locations…

GOLD

This work is an exploration of painting in the expanded field, which is the idea (and/or act) of taking the three main elements of a…

YUNG LENOX / LIVE FAST, DRAW YUNG

The story of Yung Lenox: Rap’s most prolific portraitist. Described by LA Weekly as the ‘Foremost Doodler of Rap’, this hilariously endearing film follows Seattle’s…

KRAS x L i L i † H / PHALLUS

KRAS is a music/art project formed by Brandon Reeff and partner Duncan Gosling.  Our idea for the project is to create visual pieces, along with…

INTERLUDE / TERENCE GINJA-MARTINHO

Terence Ginja-Martinho is a freelance animator and designer from France based in Brazil working on projects worldwide. Interlude is A personal short film about an…

VOICE / BLESSING NGOBENI

Blessing Ngobeni was born in 1985 in a small rural town of Tzaneen in Limpopo. At the age of ten, he moved to Johannesburg where,…

CONSTRUCTIVE / FATIMAAH MOHAMED LUKE

Faatimah Mohamed-Luke is a visual artist and designer based in Cape Town. In 2003 she graduated from Cape Technikon with ND: Fashion and also did…

BALEKANE LEGOABE / STATE OF THE ART GALLERY AWARD WINNER 2019

The fact that humans can simultaneously experience an array of overlapping emotions is something that has always fascinated me. As people, we have the ability to occupy…

FRUIT OF THE LOOM / DAVE DE WITT

Dave De Witt’s objects bear residual traces of earlier times and actions. They represent a path marked by forms and footprints and of something consumed…

MARY SIBANDE / ANGRY GETS SHIT DONE

“A hundred years later, you’re fucked. A hundred years after that: fucked. And all for what? For a fuckin’ purple shirt. This guy gets it,…

MATERIAL REPRESENTATION / DAN HALTER

If one were to pinpoint the defining qualities of artist Dan Halter’s practice, it would surely be the fusion of language and materiality. Zimbabwean-born Halter…

FRAMEWORK / BRONWYN KATZ

A sense of place is clear as quartz. We remember places as in a vivid dream: down on my haunches, maybe even prone; the earth…

NYASALAND ANALYSAND / SAMSON KAMBALU

The anagrammed title of Samson Kambalu’s second solo exhibition with Goodman Gallery is reflective of the work in both content and form. Draw- ing on…

PARADISE ISLAND / LUCY JANE TURPIN

Abstract works of often bright colours suggesting things but not really representing anything discernible.

GREY MATTERS / BONOLO KAVULA

Abstraction is me making work in print that goes against what I, as a black female artist, am expected to make.

ADAM BROOMBURG & OLIVER CHANARIN

In the 1930s, when photography was still quite young, the cultural critic Walter Benjamin voiced his concern about the colossal impact that the ability to mechanically reproduce works of art may have on what he called the “aura” of the artwork – its specialness, in other words.

JERRY BOARD / PALM BLACK x SAILOR JERRY x YORK

In celebration of the art of craft Sailor Jerry collaborated with York Surf & the talented Raoul Goetze from PALM BLACK Tattoo Co. to create a Jerry inspired surfboard.

WHICH WAY IS EAST / MONGEZI NCAPHAYI

Ncaphayi’s new paintings employ rich, dynamic, spreading expanses of light, colour and marked planes on paper.

THE DIVIDED SELF / MATTHEW HINDLEY

Painting was never my thing, really. But this painting was. It was the gateway drug, and I’ve never looked back.

I’M A CRAFTY BITCH / TROTSE TERT BLüNKE JANSE VAN RENSBURG

I’m a crafty bitch.
I like working with my hands and getting dirty.
Whether it’s beading or cutting and pasting.

BOARDS OF JALLENESQUE / ROGER BALLEN

The Skateroom has the pleasure to team up with the South African photographer Roger Ballen.

LOOMING LARGE / ANDIE REEVES

Andie Reeves’s textile art is modern textile craft without the twee factor

BANANANANANANAS

Mami Wata & Missibaba launch their latest collaborative creation – the BANANANANANANAS custom surfboard bag in support of youth surf charity, Waves for Change.