Unathi Sigenu (1977 – 2013)
Less than a month after his November collaborative show at BRUNDYN+ , we bid a sad farewell to Cape Town-born artist Unathi Sigenu. The show, which was an installation of their award-winning piece, Die Kat, was in collaboration with one of Sigenu’s co founding members of the Gugulethu-based collective, Gugulective. Sigenu’s CV is certainly quite impressive, but more so was his warm personality, his leadership skills, and his remarkable ability to assume a much needed big-brother role to those who needed him to. Unathi Sigenu will sorely be missed by many who interacted with him.

Liza Grobler will be partaking in a 2 month residency at the Cité, Paris from February - March 2014.
She will also be exhibiting at Oliewenhuis Art Museum, Bloemfontein from 24 April - 08 June. From there the exhibition will travel to KZNSA, running from 24 June - 13 July.

Mohau Modisakeng has been included in the inaugural Biennale International d’Art Contemporain(BIAC) in Fort-de-France, Martinique. For more information about BIAC, please click here. You can follow the progress of the biennale on Twitter.

Khanyisile Mbongwa’s video work Fragmented (2009) will be screened as part of the CologneOFF 2013 video art festival in Peru. For more information about CologneOFF 2013, please click here. Fragmented can be viewed online here. From 20 - 25 February Khanysile will be in New York for the exhibition DETAIL: Contemporary South African Art Exhibition. Click here to go to the exhibition’s website.

Mohau Modisakeng’s public sculpture Ihawu has been unveiled as part of the MOCAA Pavilion at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. The work was commissioned by Zeitz for the pavilion.

Chad Rossouw’s The Cleansing has been included as part of ‘Pop Goes the Revolution’, a group exhibition Curated by Kirsty Cockerill from the private collection of Piet Viljoen at the New Church Gallery. The exhibition runs from 10 October 2013 - 1 April 2014. For more information please click here.