Athi Mongezeleli Joja

Story of destruction told through photos of eerie beauty

Photographer Cedric Nunn's travelling exhibition puts the spotlight on the South Africa's past that's been neglected, distorted or forgotten.

Artist Kemang wa Lehulere’s journey through relics and erasures

Many of Kemang wa ­Lehulere’s signature items are present in his latest show, giving it a sense of being ongoing and transmuting.

Gallery Momo: No titles enable your own take

An exhibition of works by well-known artists and newcomers at Gallery Momo liberates the viewer.

Essop brothers’ exhibit probes stereotypes, violence and anonymity

The award-winning duo have put together a thought-provoking exhibition highlighting society’s tendency to perceive Muslim men as one and the same.

The politics of colour in art

The discourse about colour in art ignores the ­uncomfortable sociopolitical ramifications of race.

The female form through Wangechi Mutu’s lens

Wangechi Mutu’s depiction of the black female form explores current experiences and the way history and politics frame and shape that experience.

African distortions painted bare

The images in Kings County question the sexuality, the banality of work and studio practice – the everyday routine of many artists.

Feathers unfurl, steel surrounds

Mohau Modisakeng's work reflects on violence and race, not in an autobiographical sense, but in terms of black existentiality.

Soapbox: Hostility towards black radical agenda hasn’t changed

Jared Sacks's distortions are compatible with the historical white left's hegemony, writes Athi Mongezeleli Joja.

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