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Mihloti ya Ntsako: Reflecting on the art collection as a journey
The book Mihloti ya Ntsako – Journeys with the Bongi Dhlomo Collection, is both a chronicling of a collection and a biography of its collector, the accomplished artist, curator and arts administrator, Bongiwe Dhlomo-Mautloa, better known as Ma Bongi Dhlomo.
Curator Nkgopoleng Moloi reflects on Season 3 of the ICA Podcast
"I spent a lot of time thinking about what it meant for artists to make, in a continuously disorienting world that is hungry for things that are bigger, better, faster, newer and shinier..." - Nkgopoleng Moloi
Simon Njami on Jean-David Nkot's Corps de [email protected]
The Melrose Gallery presents Jean-David Nkot's solo show Corps de [email protected] Jean-David Nkot is above all, at least for the moment, a painter. His work, even when it contains elements of abstraction, is essentially figurative, obsessed with the body and its representation.
A-SWIVEL: 7 asides on abstraction
Everywhere, it seems, abstraction is the resurgent signifier. How so? Because we are tired of being told what to see and value? Because ours is a world riven by identity politics, split by extremism on the Left and Right, consumed by the spectre of fascism – by Absolutes.
Joburgers are clamouring to see a trio of paintings
Is it possible to hold an exhibition with only three paintings? More importantly, can you drum up an audience without disappointing them? Surprisingly, a Joburg-based curator, Clive Kellner, director of the Johannesburg Contemporary Art Foundation (JCAF), has managed to achieve both with the latest exhibition, Kahlo, Sher-Gil, Stern: Modernist Identities in the Global South.
Nine reasons to visit the Keiskamma Art Project’s retrospective exhibition at Constitution Hill
For the first time in its 20-year history, most of the major hand-embroidered tapestries created by the Keiskamma Art Project are being exhibited together in one place: Constitution Hill in Johannesburg.
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