Ask for what you want - a new work exhibition by Lady Skollie
Laura Windvogel has spent the past 2 years producing work revolving around the themes of gender roles, sex, greed and lust. With the pseudonym of Lady Skollie, Windvogel explores the complexities of expectations we project onto our romantic and sexual interactions. By highlighting her own, sometimes unrealistic, expectations of these interactions, Windvogel invites the viewer to do the same. The confessional structure of Ask for What You Want emphasizes the importance of familiarizing yourself with your own desire.
After graduating with a degree in History of Art and Dutch Literature from the University of Cape Town, Windvogel has exhibited at the Michael Stevenson Gallery (Cpt), Hazard Gallery (Jhb) , the Association for Visual Arts and various independent creative project spaces.
The exhibition opens on Thursday 02 July and concludes on Thursday 30 July 2015.
Street Level - A group exhibition curated by Andrew Lamprecht
Worldart is proud to announce a group exhibition curated by UCT Fine Art senior lecturer Andrew Lamprecht.
The exhibition titled Street Level uses the ever popular term urban contemporary as a starting point and focuses on work by artists who ...
Black Koki is known for murals and illustration work with an inquisitive and adventurous nature. He is busy and restless and entertains with an independent DIY approach to his art.
Laugh now, cry later is the title of his first solo exhibition...