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The Lockdown collection online virtual South African exhibition

21 Days. 21 Artists. 21 Impacts

The Lockdown Collection is a bold new charitable initiative aimed at capturing these extraordinary times in South African history and raising much-needed funds for artists and the broader community as a result of the ripple effect of COVID-19.        The art-inspired initiative is the brainchild of

Kim Berman

Finding Voice by Kim S. Berman

Kim Berman, the author of the fascinating and inspirational book Finding Voice, is the well-known founder and executive director of Artist Proof Studio (APS), a community-based printmaking centre in Newtown, Johannesburg, and an associate professor in the department of Visual Arts at the University of

Absa Gallery

Absa Gallery hosts August House group exhibition

As part of the Absa Gallery’s ongoing commitment to supporting young African visual artists and assist them in positively growing their careers, the Absa Gallery will host the exhibition, Talking to Deaf Ears, in February 2018. The 43 artists participating in the exhibition are all

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

Standard Bank

Standard Bank’s New Acquisitions

New Acquisitions: Standard Bank Corporate Collection is currently on at the Standard Bank Gallery in Johannesburg, and runs until 14 December 2017. The exhibition includes works par excellence by some of South Africa’s leading contemporary artists. The Standard Bank Corporate Collection boasts some impressive numbers: it

Wits Art Museum Exhibition: When Tomorrow Comes

Wits Art Museum Exhibition: When Tomorrow Comes

Globally and nationally, publics are repeatedly confronted with narratives that suggest that environmental, social and economic catastrophe is inevitable. Prophets of doom seem to rule the public imagination. It is with this in mind that pre-eminent South African, African and European artists were invited to

The Return of Hermanus FynArts

This year’s Hermanus FynArts Festival celebrates art and artists, while the Winter School programme presents a wide range of interesting panel discussions and illustrated talks.

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