Entries by iAfrica Gallery


Artist Celebrates Empowering African Women

Africa Live interviews contemporary African artist, Mbongeni Fakudze. “I am inspired by the beauty of contemporary African women and the issues that surround them on a daily basis.” He acknowledges and celebrates the strength that women, and particularly his mother, have in his life – the importance that these women have in society. Therefore the […]

Exporting Art, Craft & Local Products to the US with iAfricaGallery

A very big thank you to the US Consulate Cape Town, Yolisa Ndhlovu and the PopUp American Corner team for bringing their workshop ‘Exporting for Creative Entrepreneurship’ to the Garden Route, South Africa. Another big thank you to speakers Tamiko Cuellar (US) and Tamburai Chirume (SA). They are phenomenal international entrepreneurial specialists! This workshop on […]

Photographer David Ballam and his Turkana Portraits

For South African photographer, David Ballam, it is the Turkana people that inhabit the Kenyan Rift Valley desert lake region that are most inspiring and intriguing: “With customs, traditions, beliefs and beauty as deep as the lake waters, the people – and landscape – of Lake Turkana left me reeling in insignificance.” And in this […]

Florian Junge sculpture – Freedom Horse

Contemporary African art specialist, Sandy Bekker, discusses how the lifesize and galvanised reclaimed steel sculpture, Summus Unus (We are One), by Southern African artist, Florian Junge, helps us achieve the feeling of Freedom that we all desire.