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curated collaborations: a couth collective
Yelda Bayraktar combines craft, collaboration, design and art under one fashion and homeware label, Couth
private viewing: smith gallery’s candace marshall-smith lets us into her contemporary abode
A seventies-style abode at the base of Table Mountain gets a modern overhaul for an art-loving family of five
8 tips on framing your artwork creatively
Consider being more creative when planning your next framing project with these expert tips
The Goodman Gallery’s Liza Essers Talks Women In The Arts
Want to collect more work by women artists? Here's everything you need to know.
rhett martyn: new constructivists and a return to narrative
Rhett Martyn’s exhibition '1:10 Modernist Plunder: The New Constructivists' required you to do more than simply look
‘Working Proof I Perspective Experiment II’ 2016-2018. Visual artist Rhett Martyn’s exhibition 1:10 Modernist Plunder: The New Constructivists is not an easy body of work to view. This is because the works, which were recently on show for a brief 10 days at David Krut Projects, required you to do a little more than
8 contemporary black-and-white artworks
Our favourite works by South African artists who embrace a limited colour palette
elegant empowerment: new gallery focuses on female artists in sa
No 5 on Hudson is a new female-focused art gallery located in the heart of Cape Town
samesyn: transforming food photography into functional art
Samesyn have a range of originally styled food photography printed on high quality raw linen.
printed matters: the textile art of siwa mgoboza
The young artist's work plays off the strength of a South African print staple, shweshwe
new forms: sculptor lucille lewin on her new art journey
SA-born, Britain-based sculptor Lucille Lewin left a career in fashion to create autobiographical art – and isn’t looking back
Lucille Lewin has crammed many lifetimes into one. She grew up in the Western Cape before moving to Boston, USA, and then settled in London in 1972. At an age when most people are retiring, she discovered a calling as a fine artist. She received a Masters degree from the Royal College of Arts in 2017, having won the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramics Prize. Now her pieces are in high demand. We spoke to this Renaissance woman at her holiday home in Plettenberg Bay to discuss her latest life, just begun. How did you discover your aptitude for ceramics? One day I met a friend who was on her way to a ceramics class, so I
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