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Goodman Gallery

South Africa Established in 1966, The Goodman Gallery is well known for specializing in African contemporary Art. Located in both Johannesburg and Cape Town it has become a staple art institution recognized internationally for featuring well established and visionary African artists. [toggles class="yourcustomclass"] [toggle title="Contact"]JOHANNESBURG T: +27-11-788-1113 F: +27-11-788-9887 jhb@goodman-gallery.com…
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Adama in Wonderland: Photography Exhibition on African mega-cities

Closes January 31st 2014 Goethe-Institut, Johannesburg 119 Jan Smuts Avenue Off Newport Road Parkwood 2193 Johannesburg, South Africa Renowned Nigerian photographer Akinbode Akinbiyi has for some years focused his output on mega-cities, especially those on the African continent, including work on Cairo, Lagos and Kinshasa. The body Adama in Wonderland, was…
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Bikonscious

From Johannesburg illustration studio Negritude Republic here is their latest project inspired by political activist Stephen Biko. Bikonscious Biko–Conscious Black–Conscious-Movement This Illustration explores the visionary of the 21th century Diverse thinkers influenced by political and artistic movement of the same name Black- conscious — coined by the Bikonscious that examines…
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Native Work

Contributor: Muse Origins Andrew Putter’s photographic series, Native Works, shows 21 South Africans in both their native, traditional dress, and their modern attire. These two images – traditional and modern, shown next to each other, present a powerful image. It goes to show that many Africans have one leg in…
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African Creative Economy Conference

This week hundreds of African creative delegates descend to Cape Town for the Arterial Network's African Creative Economy Conference. The African Creative Economy Conference brings together some of the continent's leading thinkers, academics, cultural producers, and experts in music, dance, theatre, visual arts, heritage and museums, design, fashion, craft, festivals…
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Unogumbe/Noye’s Fludde

This modern adaptation of a Benjamin Britten one-act opera on the myth of Noah's flood is sung entirely in Xhosa, with South African opera star Pauline Malefane as Noah, and is a striking metaphor for man's inhumanity to man. http://youtu.be/SmOvJ3ubGRQ Found via Africa is a Country 
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Meaning Motion

How does movement perform (or make) meaning? This question is asked by two highly innovative interactive digital artists, Tegan Bristow and Nathaniel Stern, in the exciting new exhibition, Meaning Motion, at the Wits Art Museum. Stern and Bristow’s art incorporates cutting edge technologies like Microsoft Kinect. The appearance of the…
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