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Masses
Art, News |
July 22, 2017

Heidi Fourie: Masses

Fried Contemporary presents Masses, a solo exhibition of work by South African artist, Heidi Fourie. Any sentient creature must be awed by a monolith. Even lacking knowledge of geology, one must be astounded to imagine that such an enormous and uninterrupted mass of rock could survive the torments and tribulations of time. It must inspire some sort of confidence and feeling of security......

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Atomic Peace
Art, News |
July 21, 2017

Atomic Peace

Bag Factory Artists’ Studios presents Atomic Peace, a group exhibition of work by emerging South African artists namely, Bonolo Kavula, Lebohang Kganye, Malik Ntone Edjabe, Duduestang Lamola, Mmabatho Grace Mokalapa, Simphiwe Buthelezi, Sifiso Temba and Pebofatso Mokoena. Chumisa Ndakisa is the curator of the exhibition. Atomic Peace discusses the meeting of spiritual unrest and mental disorder and explores the meanings of alternative healing......

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10 African Documentaries to Watch Now

Today, African filmmakers are rated among the best in the world for their educative, informative and entertaining documentaries. Here is our list of ten of the most uniquely powerful. Indigo Tongues (2015) Directed by Mojisola Sonoiki, Indigo Tongues is an award-winning documentary interview series that conveys powerfully the inspiring voices of dynamic individuals from Africa and her diaspora, onto one global platform. The......

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Ebenezer Akinola: Where Do We Go from Here

From August 4 to 18, 2017, Omenka Gallery will present Where Do We Go from Here? an exhibition of recent paintings by leading contemporary artist, Ebenezer Akinola. Born in 1968, Akinola is well known for his large-scale portraits. He graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Benin, Nigeria (1989). While at the university, Akinola was honoured with......

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Underground: The Emergence of a Film Festival

In earlier days, there were few festivals like the Berlin International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Annecy International Animation Film Festival the Toronto International Film Festival organised by film associations, cultural institutions, and groups of individuals. It is heartwarming to discover the emergence of film festivals organised by filmmakers across the African continent. Quite a number of times, independent filmmakers hardly get inroads......

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Intimate Justice in the Stolen Moment

From July 27 to August 2017, Gallery MOMO will present Intimate Justice in the Stolen Moment, a solo exhibition by leading photographer and filmmaker Ayana V Jackson who seeks to view Black womanhood as delicate, temporal, intimate and weightless. The exhibition expounds upon Ayana V Jackson’s continued exploration of Black womanhood through memory play and historical reenactment. Jackson brings a fresh departure from her past projects both formally and......

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Proximity to Power
Art, News |
July 19, 2017

Proximity to Power

Circle Art Gallery presents Proximity to Power, a group exhibition by Nicholas Odhiambo, Longinos Nagila, Onyis Martin and Peterson Kamwathi. The exhibition examines the Kenyans’ voting patterns while trying to understand why the citizens have repeatedly let the ruling class chaperone them into ethnic enclaves with politicians negotiating/cutting deals on the account of their ethnic populace. As a country that has thrived on her......

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