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Neo To Love

Neo to love presents new life-size works by the young artist, which depict socially confirmed scenes from his childhood. His intimate paintings, drawings and collages portray people having conversations, dancing or showing affection in turbulent times: all universal social expressions. Matloga questions notions of what is normal and what is exotic, a criterion that is strongly influenced by Western perception.

Talitha Cumi

The image of the bull, which entered Zvavahera’s iconography during a residency in India in 2018, appearing in the triptych she produced for the 10th Berlin Biennale, recurs here as an oppressive force, yet one that inspires a necessary striving for transformation. The artist notes, ‘I know there’s going to be a battle in the future when I see a bull in my dreams.

They Are Capturing Our Young

They are being groomed to strengthen the muscle of whiteness and for Blacks in particular, to become more emotionally attached to whites, view them as benevolent and not see the validity of holding them collectively accountable for the depressing state of Afrika.

Music Industry Get Behind Gigi Gang Show

Late last year South African rapper Gigi LaMayne decided to put together her own concert to focus on celebrating her peers who are often exploited by promoters. And so was born the GIGI GANG SHOW. Little did she know how much the South African music industry would get behind her and support her vision.

We Are Not A People Of Yesterday: A Memory Lost To Time

On a good summer day our elders recounted their escapades at the beginning of time and the fabrication of the singular thread in the tapestry that is Alpha and Omega. They could number every star in the heavens, the grains of sand on our virgin beaches and dunes, the number of rain droplets that have fertilised our land and those contained in our rivers and oceans.

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