Papytsho Mafolo is a Kinshasha born artist who spends his time working in the DRC, Spain and South Africa and regularly shows his work in these countries.
His style of painting is characterised by thick sculptured paint application that creates expressive images often accompanied by the use of passionate and warm colour combinations. Though very African in look and feel, his work is never “typically” African.
Click on his name in the column on the left of this page to view his new pieces.
Solo exhibition for Thembinkosi Kohli
The whole of the moon is a phrase made famous by The Waterboys in a song with the same title that was a minor hit in the mid-eighties. The general interpretation is that when two people look at the same thin...
Panopticus: Land of the One-eyed King is the title of award-winning artist Stephen Rosin's debut Cape Town exhibition that opens at The Black Box on Monday 23 September 2013.
Drenched in satire and subtle innuendo, the mixed-media works comprising...