May 08 2015
Laugh now, cry later

Laugh now, cry later

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 that will be shown at the Worldart gallery. Unlike previous exhibitions which consisted mostly of detailed illustrations, this body of work consists of bigger abstract paintings made using ink, acrylic and spray paint. He is a skilled visual practitioner and this makes his focus on abstraction an event worth seeing.

The exhibition opens on 7 May, which coincides with this month’s First Thursdays evening when all the galleries in Cape Town’s cbd stay open till 9pm and thousands of people mingle from gallery to gallery. Make sure you don’t miss this one.

The exhibition concludes on Friday May 29.

Jul 11 2019
WORLDART AT RMB TURBINE ART FAIR 11-14 JULY

WORLDART AT RMB TURBINE ART FAIR 11-14 JULY

11 July 2019

WORLDART will be at the Turbine Art Fair that takes place form 11 –...

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Jul 04 2019
FEMFLEKTA719 by Kilmany-Jo Liversage

FEMFLEKTA719 by Kilmany-Jo Liversage

04 July 2019

Kilmany-Jo Liversage’s first solo exhibition in Cape Town since 2016 will take place from...

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Jun 06 2019
WORLDART at SPEAKERS CORNER

WORLDART at SPEAKERS CORNER

06 June 2019

Speakers Corner at 37 Parliament Street in Cape Town is a newly renovated building...

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Jun 06 2019
FREEDOM OF THE STREETS by Selvin November

FREEDOM OF THE STREETS by Selvin November

06 June 2019

WORLDART is pleased to present FREEDOM OF THE STREETS, a solo exhibition of paintings...

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