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A Letter To My 22-Year-Old Self Absa

A Letter To My 22-Year-Old Self

Through an eye-opening new exhibition at the Absa Gallery from 11 November 2018 to 25 January 2019, Banele Khoza shines the light on the difficulties experienced by young creatives trying to obtain an education and start their careers. One of the most promising artists to

Banele Khoza

Introducing “To: The Unknown” by Banele Khoza

LKB/G is pleased to present Banele Khoza‘s  first solo exhibition in Germany: To: The Unknown. Born in 1994 in Hlatikulu, Swaziland, Khoza is a Pretoria based contemporary artist obsessed with expression of the current state of affairs in human relations. Banele moved to South Africa in 2008 and

Banele Khoza

Banele Khoza: a man to watch

With a recent solo show at Zeitz MOCAA, the 2017 Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award under his belt and a fleet of taxis covered in his work (as the result of him winning the SA Taxi Foundation Art Award), Banele Khoza’s work is going places.

L'Atelier

The 2017 Absa L’Atelier: A bright future for African art

The Absa L’Atelier is one of Africa’s most prestigious and revered art competitions. Each year, it provides young visual artists aged 21 to 35 with the opportunity to develop their talents abroad and further develop their careers and personal brands. With the winners of this

L'Atelier

Lonely Nights, Temporary Feelings and Note Making

Banele Khoza, a fine artist based in Pretoria, has been awarded the 2017 Gerard Sekoto Award from the Absa L’Atelier for his series of digital drawings Note Making. Banele Khoza was born in Swaziland and moved to South Africa in 2008. He initially started studying

Oppikoppi

Me Now, The Mango Picker

Now in its twenty-third year, OppiKoppi has announced it is here to stay. Ranked the fourth best music festival in the world, this October will see the festival continue to do its part to change the country and bring people together in a spontaneous and

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