Post democratic identity in south africa

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WorldArt Gallery Khaya Witbooi’s My people, let Pharaoh go This exhibition asks why people are faithful to an institution that does not seem to serve them when it is clear that it is just another system of oppression.

“My works simultaneously seeks out comfort and uneasiness and thus creates the kind of tension that results in a twist, or sting” – Karin Miller

“What’s so amazing about her art is the detail – you have to literally squint into each image to catch a glimpse of all the details, each of which carries in-depth meaning.

Five Tigers by Gugulective - Pigozzi Collection 2013 - Contemporary African Art Collection

South African Art, Africa Art, Contemporary Art, Art Designs, Multimedia, Identity, Africa, Artists, Art Projects

#ClippedOnIssuu from Conrad Botes: The Temptation to Exist

Conrad Botes: The Temptation to Exist

#ClippedOnIssuu from Conrad Botes: The Temptation to Exist

Conrad Botes: The Temptation to Exist

South African Art, Printmaking, Identity, Organic, Printing, Art Print, Graphics

Conrad Botes was born in 1969 in Ladismith, Western Cape, and lives in Cape Town

South African Art, Africa Art, Identity, African Art

Masons, South Africa, Identity

South Africa, Identity

GOODMAN GALLERY : artists | show

We discover more about the top ten young artists making a name for themselves on South Africa’s contemporary art scene.

South African Artists, Brother, Photographers, Muslim, Galleries, Africans, Style, Army Camo, Coca Cola

Crossing the Line

Exhibition: Changing Faces: Profiling Portraits in South African Art - Barnard Gallery

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