The 2022 Sasol New Signatures Exhibition is officially open to the public, following the announcement of the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition Overall Winner, Mondli Mbhele, Runner-up Winner, Omolemo Rammile, and the five Merit Award winners at a ceremony in Pretoria on 24 August.
Full-time artist Mondli Mbhele (28) from Durban, KwaZulu-Natal has been announced as the winner of the 2022 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. Mbhele walks away with a cash prize of R100 000 and an opportunity to have a solo exhibition at the Pretoria Art Museum
Two key events in the history of South Africa converge in Mondli Augustine Mbhele’s winning artwork for the 2022 Sasol New Signatures Art Competition. The Durban-based artist references the Sharpeville massacre of 1960 and the 2020 protests around COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in Iphasi nesiphesheli, a
Supernature: Simulacra is the solo exhibition of the 2021 Sasol New Signatures Winner, Andrea du Plessis. The exhibition is a deepening of her research into the sublime experience, and our complex relationship with nature in an age marked by technological augmentation and simulation. As an
The Sasol New Signatures Art Competition is calling on all emerging artists to go beyond imagination by entering their artwork/s at one of several collection points across the country on Tuesday 7 June and Wednesday 8 June from 10:00 and 16:00. Thinking of entering? There are
It’s that time of year again – the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition is open for entries from emerging artists across the country. Being the longest-running competition of its kind in South Africa, Sasol New Signatures plays a pivotal role in unearthing new talent and
Entries are now officially open for the annual Sasol New Signatures Art Competition 2022. Being the longest-running competition of its kind in South Africa, Sasol New Signatures plays a pivotal role in unearthing new South African talent and providing a platform from which emerging artists