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Nkgopoleng Moloi
​The healing he(art) of women
​The healing he(art) of women
‘The cameraman will chase a girl on a street with a camera persistently until he corners her in an alley, and, if possible, until she is in a...
​Pulane Kingston, a patron of Africa’s art
​Pulane Kingston, a patron of Africa’s art
Despite its emphasis on progressiveness, the art world can be a closed bubble. It isn’t often that individuals come out of the art space fully...
​Gunn-Salie sculpts the presence of the past
​Gunn-Salie sculpts the presence of the past
Seventeen figures crouch, headless and handless. There’s singing. Sounds of gunshots usher in expressions of mourning and memory. Upon looking at...
​Women shaping Africa’s art
​Women shaping Africa’s art
An exhibition titled Women’s Work: Crafting stories, subverting narratives sought to puncture the distinction between art and craft.
Billie Zangewa's self in a patchwork of silk
Billie Zangewa's self in a patchwork of silk
Using the traditional techniques of tapestry, Billie Zangewa meticulously weaves silk into collages.
Both physical presence, and authenticity
Both physical presence, and authenticity
How does one present a show that is expansive and yet retains coherence and intimacy? How does one curate a group show that affords each individual...
‘Umlindelo’ captures the insider’s view from without
‘Umlindelo’ captures the insider’s view from without
A rectangular piece of cobalt blue fabric graces the entrance. On it, straight white lines form a star — the fabric introduces us to the...