Stand a chance to win a limited-edition Poster NFT from the NFT Lab's inaugural collection of fine art NFTS.
To enter, simply connect your Metamask wallet to the NFT Lab website. Watch the video below to see how:
Finally, we encourage you to keep an eye on the NFT-Lab's viewing room, so you can stay up to date on when Africa's first NFT collection of fine art is launched to the public, in the next few weeks!
Further Reading In Articles
Effo Munguanzo’s debut solo exhibition
Titled Kilelo Milelo (Today we Cry), Munguanzo’s debut solo exhibition, which was held at the AVA Gallery’s mezzanine in Cape Town, captured and contemplated the life of the ordinary people of the DRC in the post-covid lockdown era when life worsened for most.
Photography, not quite mainstream, is always emerging, always surprising
It is perpetually summer and winter with photography from South Africa, the news both good and bad, all at once. On the upside, there is much to be enthused by. A new generation of photographers, among them Tatenda Chidora, Lebohang Kganye and Lindokuhle Sobekwa, are exhibiting widely, publishing well-received books and winning prestigious awards.
South African fashion label VIVIERS at Milan Fashion Week's official calendar
The collection is an exploration of the changing landscapes of South Africa, framed through our abundance of raw materials and beauty. KARROO, Land of Thirst, is inspired by the surreal beauty of the magical Karoo landscape, that only really reveals itself, as one drives through this scorched, thirsty land.
A New Art Fair Experience with RMB Latitudes
Visitors will be able to enjoy a curated contemporary art experience, while attending art talks and walkabouts. What’s more, a partnership with Franschhoek Wine Valley, will see vignerons from the winelands fly to RMB Latitudes to share their top wines and bubblies with visitors. All of this will be complemented by a seasonal, fresh food offering by sustainable chef, James Diack.
The lasting changes of the Investec Cape Town Art Fair
Celebrating a decade of magnetising galleries from all corners of the continent and beyond in the past, this iteration will explore the notion of time. Chaze Matakala is curious to hear from the different regions on the artists of the moment and the future of contemporary African art.
Art Business Conference Africa
As regional and global art trade join collectors in Cape Town next week, the inaugural Art Business Conference Africa, the first event of its kind to take part on the Continent, will explore the opportunities and challenges in the African Art Market today.
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