Sep 13 2012
New by Khayalethu Witbooi

New by Khayalethu Witbooi

Pictured above is the latest painting from Khayalethu Witbooi’s studio. Witbooi combines oil and spray paints to create artworks with which he shares a view of the world from a place few of us know, usually with a strong sense of political and social awareness.
In this painting he used an interpretation of Rubik’s cube to express the fact that it is not women who are complicated, but that it is complicated to be a woman.
Click on his name on the left of this page to view more of his recent paintings.

Oct 03 2019
Solo Exhibition by Gavin Rain

Solo Exhibition by Gavin Rain

03 Oct 2019

Most observers of art are familiar with Gavin Rain’s arrangements of colourful dots that...

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Sep 12 2019
WORLDART AT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 12-15 September 2019

WORLDART AT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 12-15 September 2019

12 Sep 2019

WORLDART will be at Sydney Contemporary, Australia’s International Art Fair, that takes place form...

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Sep 05 2019
Worse than heroin

Worse than heroin

05 Sep 2019

WORLDART is pleased to host an exhibition of paintings by a group of local...

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Aug 01 2019
WORLDART at SPEAKERS CORNER

WORLDART at SPEAKERS CORNER

01 Aug 2019

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

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