Category Archives: Exhibition

2019 June 12: Ikhono Lasenatali: a collaborative step towards the rise of art in Africa.

by Welcome Lishivha The KwaZulu-Natal Society of Arts (KZNSA) displayed artworks made from various mediums (ranging from charcoal, woodcut carving, beaded string, oil and acrylic on canvas and paper, pastel on paper, and others) interpreting Professor Sir Zanele Muholi’s Somnyama … Continue reading

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2019 May 24: Somnyama Ngonyama Interpreted to Ikhono LaseNatali

by Wakhe Sebenza “I personally believe that artists need to be resourced. Durban Artists need recognition because for an artist to make sense, it means that you need to have been exhibited. Have your work published and also have your … Continue reading

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2019 May 22: 25 years 25 artists Exhibition

By Mercury “When you are doing an interview that is the only time you reflect on yourself” said Professor Sir Zanele Muholi. This is how Muholi was feeling before the interview took place. Interviewed by Thobeka Bhengu and Lebo Mashifane … Continue reading

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2019 May 20: Ikhono lase Natali exhibition opening.

Text by Rev T Moema Photos by Lerato Dumse   Host: Prof Zanele Muholi                                                        … Continue reading

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2019 April. 11: Makaziwe she exists

by Lindiwe Dhlamini  A blissful evening filled with pride, joy, warm energies and what I could call; an educational spiritual awakening. The opening of Makaziwe exhibition on the 30th of March 2019 saw the community of Tembisa and outside guests … Continue reading

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2019 April. 1: Ukuba: The Journey of Becoming 

by Wendy Khumalo Ukuba: The journey of becoming, is a collaboration between Thembi Mthembu and Thalente Khomo who are both members of the Amasosha Art Movement. The Bodies of work are about self-discovery of agitation of feelings which invoke conversations about being … Continue reading

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2019 March. 7: Gallery hopping on Tuesday for the love of art and learning.

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By Lindiwe Dhlamini The day started with laughter around the breakfast table, sharing a meal with Professor Sir Zanele Muholi, Lindeka Qampi, Bajabulile Dhlamini and my childhood friend Khabonina Makhoba. The plan was to go to Wits University Drama Department, … Continue reading

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