Latest articles on Penny Siopis

Toich turns to the old masters

The artist, who draws on varied inspirations from baking to Irma Stern, is now studying in Florence

Ungluing a window on Siopis’s mind

By opening the doors on her process, the artist is inviting the public to be an active part of her work

Penny Siopis does it time and again

After 30 years, Penny Siopis’s work still takes chances with materials, inventing images and, in the process, negotiating happenstance.

Seen is believing in the art world

A number of young South African artists, including the prodigy Nicholas Hlobo, are making waves in the international art world.

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