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Speaking through Walls
Art |
January 14, 2019

Speaking through Walls

From January 25 to April 13, 2019, Tyburn Gallery will present Speaking Through Walls, Sethembile Msezane’s first UK solo exhibition. Employing an interdisciplinary practice encompassing performance, photography, film, sculpture and installation, Msezane creates commanding works laden with spiritual and political symbolism, exploring issues around spirituality, commemoration and African knowledge systems. She processes her dreams as a medium through a lens of the plurality of......

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Adebayo Oke-Lawal to Speak at the 2019 Design Indaba Conference

Fast-rising fashion designer and creative director of Orange Culture, Adebayo Oke-Lawal, has been announced as a speaker on the global appreciation for African and androgynous fashion designs at the forthcoming Design Indaba conference, which will run from February 27 to March 1, 2019, at the Opera House of the Artscape Theatre Centre in Cape Town, South Africa. Orange Culture was officially established in 2011......

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Skinny Girl in Transit is a Nigerian web series about a young woman’s quest to find peace, which in our society means a husband and a trimmer waistline. The strength of the series is its subversive take on society’s demands on women who do not fit the popular feminine ideal as it is often portrayed on television. Tiwa, a dark-skinned, plus size, single......

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Early 21st Century Young African Artists

Presented by MASK Prize, Early 21st Century Young African Artists at the Saatchi Gallery, London features 20 artworks including animations, prints of digital art, photographs, drawings and paintings by 19 Kenyan artists. Curated by MASK Prize founder, artist Alla Tkachuk, the vibrant and sophisticated artworks were selected based on approach, artistic style and medium. Here, the artists captured the energy of youth, mirrored......

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Challenging Toxic Masculinity

South African artist Mzoxolo X Mayongo is challenging pre-existing concepts of masculinity. He is forging a different masculine identity for the South African man through a series of provocative and engaging works. Mayongo’s photo series Ubukho be Ndoda: Demystifying the Phallus of Man is directed by his own unforgiving insecurities as a Black man living in South Africa today. The series explores the......

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