Not Everything is Black and White

2024-02-15T09:24:16+02:00

Investec Cape Town Art Fair 2024 Not Everything is Black and White “Not Everything is Black and White" In a world often perceived in absolutes, where certainty seems comforting, we invite you to challenge the notion that reality can be neatly categorised into binaries. 'Not Everything is Black and White' considers the multifaceted nature of existence, where ambiguity reigns and perspectives diverge. This

Not Everything is Black and White2024-02-15T09:24:16+02:00

Dark Forest

2024-02-14T10:32:43+02:00

Entering the Dark Forest, we find the fractal beauty of trees and mossy ravines reflected in deep waters. Small crisp flickering marks merge and dissolve on the picture's surface, whilst Layzell's abstract canvases never lose their characteristic deep recession of space. Large swathes of vigorously moving, veiled and dripping paint suggest the movement, patterns and texture of rock, plant matter and water.

Dark Forest2024-02-14T10:32:43+02:00

Wake Up, We’re Still Dreaming

2023-11-02T10:35:45+02:00

William Chechet - Wake Up, We're Still Dreaming William Chechet is a visual artist based in Nigeria. The artist was born in Kano, but was raised in Kaduna, Northern Nigeria, where he draws a lot of inspiration from in his artistic practice. Chechet has received a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Chechet strongly believes that

Wake Up, We’re Still Dreaming2023-11-02T10:35:45+02:00

Florence Biennale 2023

2023-10-13T13:33:52+02:00

Florence Biennale 2023 Eclectica Contemporary is pleased to present the work of Kenyan artist, Nedia Were at the Florence Biennale 2023. The artist specialises in oil painting and portraiture to engage nuanced notions of blackness and black beauty. This is deployed in the recurring motif of black paint and how the artist meticulously renders the sharp pigmentation of the black skin of his

Florence Biennale 20232023-10-13T13:33:52+02:00

1-54 London 2023

2023-11-22T14:21:00+02:00

1-54 London 2023 Icons In The White House Eclectica Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Ayogu Kinsley for 1-54 London Art Fair 2023. The exhibition showcases latest developments in the artist's ongoing series Icons In The White House. Ayogu Kingsley (b. 1994) is a Nigerian artist born in Enugu, Nigeria in 1994. Kingsley developed an interest and an early aptitude

1-54 London 20232023-11-22T14:21:00+02:00

The Night Recital – A Solo Presentation by Tshepiso Moropa

2023-10-13T13:33:26+02:00

The Night Recital A Solo presentation by Tshepiso Moropa Tshepiso Moropa is a visual artist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the crux of Moropa’s artwork is the interrogation of Blackness and its disproportionate representation in history and art. The artist works primarily in photography, digital collage and video as a means of re-membering and reimagining nuanced notions of Blackness. This is pertinent

The Night Recital – A Solo Presentation by Tshepiso Moropa2023-10-13T13:33:26+02:00

Mpho Feni Chulumanco

2023-03-28T09:20:49+02:00

Chulumanco “There’s nothing quite as valuable as family for those lucky enough to have one”. “It’s the stick-together family that wins the joys of earth, That hears the sweetest music and that finds the finest mirth; It’s the old home roof that shelters all the charm that life can give; There you find the gladdest play-ground, there the happiest spot to live”.

Mpho Feni Chulumanco2023-03-28T09:20:49+02:00

CTAF: Colourful Thinking

2023-02-14T08:41:00+02:00

CTAF 2023: Colourful Thinking "Eclectica contemporary is pleased to present an exciting celebration of color and African identity in our group exhibition, "Colourful Thinking." This vibrant display features works by artists Ayogu Kingsley, Johannes Phokela, Thebe Phetogo, Nedia Were, Bob-Nosa Uwagboe, Dankyi Mensah, Shaquille Aaron Keith, Ley Mboramwe, and Anthony Lane. Through the use of expressive colors and textures, these talented artists capture

CTAF: Colourful Thinking2023-02-14T08:41:00+02:00

Crazy Little Thing Called Love: Nedia Were Solo

2023-02-14T08:40:28+02:00

Crazy Little Thing Called Love: Nedia Were Solo When Nedia Were considers ‘love, connections and relationships’ as ‘the most important aspect in human life’, he is tapping our core longing in a time that has become brutally divisive, hurtful and hateful, in which reason has been vanquished, intuition obliterated, the only call heeded by the majority, trapped in their respective silos, one that

Crazy Little Thing Called Love: Nedia Were Solo2023-02-14T08:40:28+02:00

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