Current Exhibition

Manqoba Bhengu

Biography of the artist
Manqoba Bhengu was born and raised in Durban, KwaZuluNatal. Manqoba is currently studying Fine Art
at DUT ( Durban University of Technology) . Bhengu has interested in art since He was young.

Social Media
Instagram: @manqobantwana

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Mbali Tshabalala

Biography of the artist
The creative exploration of the self is one of the intrinsic drives of an artist, especially the phenomenon of becoming (or even unbecoming) reflective as a conscious subject. My artistic practice is an on-going interrogation of ideals around states of being/existence as a phenomenon that is affected by race, gender, religion and philosophy. I find myself in a liminal space, transitioning from notions of myself as defined by motherhood, womanhood and blackness

Social Media
Instagram: @mbali_tshabalala

Madikela Dikgale

Biography of the artist
I am Madikela Dikgale, a digital designer and visual artist from Polokwane, Limpopo. I create digital paintings based on everyday people's portraits. Storytelling through the face.

Social Media
LinkedIn: Madikela Dikgale 

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Londeka Thabethe

Biography of the artist
Londeka is a law graduate from Estcourt, KwaZulu Natal who is a self taught photographer. She has shown her work internationally at a group exhibition in Bath UK, and has had two solo exhibitions in South Africa. She has been featured in the Mail & Guardian, OkayAfrica.com, and Huffington Post among others.

Social Media
Instagram: @londeka

Themba Sibeko

Biography of the artist
Themba Sibeko, born in 1994, lives and work on Johannesburg. Pursued and completed Analytical
Chemistry at the University of Johannesburg. Analytical chemistry deals with the relationship between
elements, this sparked a question which was introduced to my art style. My art studies the human
relationships.

Social Media
Instagram: @themba_maziya

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Setlamorago Mashilo

Biography of the artist
Setlamorago Mashilo is compelled by a sense of social conscience. He
incorporates proverbs and idioms in his mother tongue (Sepedi) into his
multidisciplinary art practice, to translate the community’s oral histories into
artistic interventions and installations.

Social Media
Instagram: @setlamorago_mashilo