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Checkout Keneilwe Mokoena’s “Untitled 1.0” At Gallery Fanon

Gallery Fanon and The Project Space present a solo exhibition by Keneilwe Mokoena, Untitled 1.0, Assemblages of Unknown Realities of a State of Mind. In her new collection of analogue collages, Mokoena explores her fascination with and spiritual connection to the physics and mysteries of the natural world; she grapples with the meaning and significance […]Read More

Opening Of Bantu Scope Cinema At Gallery Fanon

Bantu Scope will be launching to the public on Heritage Day with ‘Concerning Violence’. The 2014 film is a documentary film written and directed by Göran Olsson, narrated by Lauryn Hill. The powerful documentary is based on Frantz Fanon’s essay, Concerning Violence, from his 1961 book The Wretched of the Earth. Bantu Scope Cinema is […]Read More

The Mirror Has Many Faces – A Solo Exhibition By

Sifiso Mkhabela’s latest body of work, The Mirror Has Many Faces: Reimagining The Cognitive Power Of Culture, is an ongoing exploration of figurative paintings, mixed-media works and drawings that imitate and document the process of Ukugcatjwa – a traditional ceremony of mark-making through incisions and initiation. The narrative lends itself as an expression of the […]Read More