Award-winning Zimbabwean painter Wycliffe Mundopa has a reputation as a recluse who prefers to let his art speak for itself. However, he recently agreed to do this Q&A with Percy Mabandu
However, contemporary artists such as Cinga Samson, Zanele Muholi and Mohau Modisakeng found a liberating ally in self-portraiture
Reflecting on just how much had been upended, the pianist stepped towards his instrument and summoned the language to grieve
Writer and visual artist Percy Mabandu talks about the energy of his portrait of Bra Winston Mankuku Ngozi, entitled ‘The Bull’
Rooted in the Cape Town sound, Ramon Alexander celebrates it’s genealogy
"Sho Madjozi is alive to the marginal condition of Venda and Shangaan languages in the Zulu-Xhosa-dominated Afro-pop culture in Mzansi."
His sharp and progressive pen‚ he contributed in cutting open the oppressive blanket of the apartheid system to keep the liberation spirit burning.
From being a starlet in Sophiatown through to a disfiguring assault, Thandi Klaasen’s capacity for resilience meant she just kept on singing.
Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’ took local musicians to the world and Miles Davis trumpeted ‘Tutu’
The current exhibition could well benefit from the master’s links to a widely appreciated art form.