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Layla Leiman

Layla Leiman

    Bogosi Sekhukhuni explores the web of identities
    Bogosi Sekhukhuni explores the web of identities
    Bogosi Sekhukhuni is a young Johannesburg-based artist who describes himself as “a product of the rainbow nation”. His work engages this notion...
    Pastelheart: Read my lips
    Pastelheart: Read my lips
    When not eating bunny chows in his hometown of Durban, Pastelheart is out on the streets painting walls. The platinum-dyed hair and fierce dark...
    Humour and cyanide, with icing sugar to taste
    Humour and cyanide, with icing sugar to taste
    Frank van Reenen's solo show On a Day opened at Niroxprojects in Maboneng last week. It's the artist's first solo show in Johannesburg for...
    Art fair: Anthea Moys tests the limits
    Art fair: Anthea Moys tests the limits
    The performance artist says the idea came from her fascination with how we play and work together, and how we make, abide by, break...
    Rubbish puts art in its place
    Rubbish puts art in its place
    Kenyan artist Cyrus Kabiru is a painter and sculptor best known for his Afro-futurism series, C-Stunners, an ongoing project consisting of...
    Sanell Aggenbach: Figuring Memory
    Sanell Aggenbach: Figuring Memory
    Cape Town-based artist Sanell Aggenbach works across a range of mediums including painting, sculpture, embroidery and installation, yet consistent...
    We point and laugh at life’s taboos
    We point and laugh at life’s taboos
    Karin Miller's style of digital collage is immediately distinctive. Her artworks are a heterogeneous mix of graphic design elements, historic...