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Mary Sibande's "... of Prosperity" - installation by a fabulous South African artist

The work of South African artist Mary Sibande – in pictures

Sibande employs the human form as a vehicle to explore the construction of identity in post-colonial South Africa

Africa | Jabu Nala holding one of her pots. Jabu is the eldest daugher of Nesta Nala and has for some time now been pushing the boundaries as a transition away from 'just' the traditional Zulu beer pot.

JABU NALA AT AAC

Jabu Nala Currently running at the African Art Centre is a new collection of pots by Jabu Nala. Jabu Nala is the eldest daughter of Nesta...

Ardmore : African Ceramic Artists Hoopoe Tureen – Sculptor; Octavia Mazibuko Painter; Rosemary Mzibuko

Ardmore African Ceramic Artists

Ardmore platter with four zebras Ardmore twin handled jar with lid A beautifully intrinsic balance of rich colours characterize the ceramic pottery of Ardmore. The vibrant ceramics of Ardmore, ranging from functional domestic ware to sculptural art in the highly decorative African tradition, offer a fine insight into the subtle influences of rural potters at work in the Champagne Valley of KwaZulu Natal. These artists combine the elements of their tribal tradition with the unique perspective…

Faith47 New Mural In Cape Town #anotherlight | S.O.M.F

Faith47 New Mural In Cape Town #anotherlight

Design Indaba Trust, Faith47 and Thingking have teamed up to create a mural that seeks to create a community level change through the duality of art-based social impact. This new collaborative mult…

Nelson Makamo Paintings Of Rural South Africa

Makamo, born in 1982 in Modimolle in South Africa’s Limpopo province, displayed exceptional artistic aptitude since childhood itself. Such was his passion for art that he decided to make it his career. So, it wasn’t surprising that he enrolled in a three-year printmaking course at Artist Proof Studios in Johannesburg to hone his artistic skills.

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Everard Read is Africa�s oldest commercial art gallery. Established along a dusty street in the young mining town of Johannesburg the gallery celebrates its centenary year in 2013. Evolving within the continents economic powerhouse, Everard Read has since its inception been associated with pre-eminent artists working in Southern Africa.

Ceramics by Annie Peaker at Studiopottery.co.uk - Produced in 2006. Reclining figure with cat.

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Paris - Perimeter art gallery hosts 'Visions africaines' with a selection of designers from Mali, Kenya and South Africa. (illustration: Cheetah Tureen by Ardmore Studio, South Africa) November 16 - December 30, 2012 www.perimeter-artanddesign.com

Paris - Perimeter art gallery hosts 'Visions africaines' with a selection of designers from Mali, Kenya and South Africa. (illustration: Cheetah Tureen by Ardmore Studio, South Africa) November 16 - December 30, 2012 www.perimeter-artanddesign.com

Ardmore African Ceramic Artists are rural potters at work in the Champagne Valley of KwaZulu Natal. - belgium-monkeys

Ardmore African Ceramic Artists

Ardmore platter with four zebras Ardmore twin handled jar with lid A beautifully intrinsic balance of rich colours characterize the ceramic pottery of Ardmore. The vibrant ceramics of Ardmore, ranging from functional domestic ware to sculptural art in the highly decorative African tradition, offer a fine insight into the subtle influences of rural potters at work in the Champagne Valley of KwaZulu Natal. These artists combine the elements of their tribal tradition with the unique perspective…

Selection of paintings from 2011 Lionel Smit. South Africa www.lionelsmit.co.za

Catalogues - Lionel Smit - South African Contemporary Artist

Lionel Smit is a contemporary South African artist. View his latest catalogues available for order here on the official website.

Candid Charcoal and Oil Paint Portraits of South African Children by Nelson Makamo

Johannesburg, South Africa-based artist Nelson Makamo (previously) uses paint and charcoal to create works that capture the candid nature of childhood. His subjects are often South African children, including his 11 year-old cousin Mapule Maoto who is commonly featured in his drawings, watercolors,