5.12.2019 02:48 pm
Some of the larger works have taken the artist eight months or more per piece to complete.
An exhibition by acclaimed Johannesburg artist John Moore has opened at the In Toto Gallery in Illovo and will run until January.
More than 200 million Tintin books have now been sold worldwide, translated into more than 70 languages.
The exhibition provides a rare glimpse into the usually private and forbidden domain of the artist’s studio.
In the fluorescent lights of a shopping centre, this sort of exhibition brings humanity back to a space driven by capitalist ideology.
‘I don’t feel that is necessarily vandalism. I see it as an expression of engagement,’ Sydelle Willow Smith said.
The young artists receive a cash incentive as well as a commission to premiere a new work or exhibit at the 46th National Arts Festival.
The comedian will be touring theatres and festivals with a hilarious yet sobering look at the collision between man and environment.
In place of the artist is a bearded neo-classical bust, while the model is substituted by a bas-relief sculpture of Picasso’s new mistress and principal muse, Marie-Thérèse Walter.
Dane Stops, who painted Bok Captain Siya Kolisi, said he was egged on to get on board by Iain Ewok Robinson, and they were joined by Giffy Duminy.
Africa is one of the fastest-growing markets in the art world today, and Nigeria is now equal on the top with South Africa.
Don’t worry too much about whether it’s good or great or terrible.
‘The Lion and the Lamb’ musical will be the Market Theatre’s Christmas special.
Back stories create room to really talk about the state of art in SA and how it steadily does well.
Acrobatics, LED illumination effects, aerial gymnastics and spectacular fire on ice add drama and mystery to the theatrical experience.
On the surface of the matric pupil’s work there is a celebration of figures that moved SA art forward and cultivated it.