The Baddies of Isandlwana

2024-07-08T12:29:05+02:00

The Baddies of Isandlwana, a solo show by Desire Marea Desire (Duma Buyani) was born in the serene coastal town of Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal, in 1991. Today, he makes his home and hones his craft in the vibrant community of Amandawe, within the same province. Orphaned at the tender age of six, Desire was nurtured by a close-knit extended family, whose dynamism and unwavering

The Baddies of Isandlwana2024-07-08T12:29:05+02:00

Crying In The Club

2024-04-09T08:14:47+02:00

Good Good Boy’s work is multidisciplinary and inspired by the experience and reflection of ‘self’ amidst the swirling influences of the internet, pop culture, social media, socio-politics and intra and interpersonal relationships. Good Good Boy gives this a go through swathes of wild colour and self-deprecating humour - creating works that are playfully chaotic yet vulnerable, naive and sensitive. My work sits at the

Crying In The Club2024-04-09T08:14:47+02:00

The Non-Art Crowd

2024-04-04T15:20:42+02:00

The Non-Art Crowd by Ashraf Jamal African matters, in this case its art, is a fraught wager, given the burden of history, immoral expediency, fetishism, and a greater range of prejudicial and projected perceptions as to what Africa, a benighted continent, might mean for the world. Here, I must show my hand, and return to Steve Bantu Biko’s prophecy, that Africa would give the

The Non-Art Crowd2024-04-04T15:20:42+02:00

Figures (in) Flux: The Future of Portraiture from Africa

2024-03-15T11:42:53+02:00

Figures (In) Flux: The Future of Portraiture from Africa Curated by Nkhensani Mkhari Eclectica Contemporary is thrilled to present Figures (in) Flux: The Future of Portraiture from Africa, curated by Nkhensani Mkhari. The delicate interplay between self-perception and external representation forms a critical lens through which artists navigate their creative trajectory. This dynamic not only shapes individual artistic expression but also fuels broader

Figures (in) Flux: The Future of Portraiture from Africa2024-03-15T11:42:53+02:00

Leila Fanner | Ceremony for the Soul

2020-08-06T14:39:30+02:00

Leila Fanner | Ceremony for the Soul Presenting a series of paintings imbued with vivid colors abstract motions and delicate details, Leila Fanner is featured as September's invited artist for Eclectica Collection. For Leila, painting becomes a meditation in an external sense, and a way of incorporating vistas of this world and others. Central to her body of work and seen in others that have come before,

Leila Fanner | Ceremony for the Soul2020-08-06T14:39:30+02:00

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