9 - 12 September 2021
Sakhile&Me is presenting works by Ana Paula dos Santos, Tagne William Njepe, Tim Okamura and Ghizlane Sahli at POSITIONS Berlin. The art fair is held at Tempelhof Airport and runs from 9 to 12 September 2021.
8 - 28 September 2021
Sakhile&Me is presenting works by Mbali Dhlamini, Ana Paula dos Santos, Lloyd Foster, Zana Masombuka and Owanto at the digital edition of Photo London. The online programming of the fair is held on Artsy and runs from 8 to 28 September 2021.
15 - 19 September 2021
Sakhile&Me will present works by Tega Akpokona, Adelaide Damoah, Kevin Demery, Zana Masombuka, Tagne William Njepe, Nnenna Okore, Owanto and Ghizlane Sahli at the inauguralInvestec Cape Town Digital Event. The art fair is held in conjunction with miart and runs from 15 to 19 September 2021.
13 - 17 October 2021
Sakhile&Me will present works by Osi Audu, Mbali Dhlamini and Sekai Machache at the 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London. The art fair is held at Somerset House and runs from 13 to 17 October 2021.
4 - 21 November 2021
Sakhile&Me will present works by Osi Audu, Adelaide Damoah, Tagne William Njepe, Nnenna Okore and Owanto at Art X Lagos. We will participate as an online only exhibitor, with the online edition of the fair running from 4 to 21 November 2021.
17 - 21 November 2021
Sakhile&Me will present works by Osi Audu, Adelaide Damoah, Mbali Dhlamini, Tim Okamura, Nnenna Okore, Owanto and Ghizlane Sahli at Cologne Fine Art & Design. The art fair is held at Koelnmesse and runs from 17 to 21 November 2021.
8 - 10 October 2020
Sakhile&Me presents works by Owanto, Adelaide Damoah and Mbali Dhlamini at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London. Owanto's Flowers series showcases enlarged archival pictures of a FGM/C ceremony, with sections of the images removed and covered with hand-crafted porcelain flowers as a symbolic masking of identity and emphasizing of wholeness rather than loss. Adelaide Damoah works at the intersection of painting and performance, using her body to create works within the context of colonialism, identity, sexuality and spirituality. Mbali Dhlamini's archival images of West African women investigate knowledge systems and the importance of indigenous philosophies in contemporary societies. More...
13 - 16 February 2020
Sakhile&Me will present a solo show of sculptures and paintings by Nnenna Okore at Investec Cape Town Art Fair. Okore's richly textured fiber sculptures sprout from the walls like organisms growing out to meet the space. Also featured are new acrylic, gesso and clay paintings reminiscent of fossil-like structures and topographic landscapes. More...
20 - 24 November 2019
Sakhile&Me shows works by Osi Audu, Nnenna Okore, Ghizlane Sahli, Bambo Sibiya and Adejoke Tugbiyele at Cologne Fine Art. Osi Audu's abstract and geometric "self portraits" form part of the artist's exploration into the tangible and intangible qualities of the self. The intricate textures and vibrant colours of Okore's works explore themes of transience and transformation, whereas Ghizlane Sahli's silk-thread sculptures and drawings are inspired by her interest in architecture, embroidery and environmental sustainability. Bambo Sibiya's paintings are intricate compositions full of historical references and political commentary, whereas Tugbiyele's sculptures explore her own identity as a queer woman of Nigerian descent. More...
8 - 11 November 2019
Sakhile&Me shows Osi Audu's subtly textured graphite drawings and bold acrylic paintings gesturing at different aspects of a whole or collective self at Also Known As Africa in Paris. His abstract and geometric "self portraits" form part of the artist's larger exploration into the symbolic mappings of self-consciousness and the tangible and intangible qualities of the inner and outer self. More...
2 - 6 October 2019
Sakhile&Me hosts a duo-exhibition of mixed media wall installations and paintings by Nnenna Okore and abstract geometric paintings by Osi Audu at 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair in London. The intricate textures and vibrant colours of Okore's works reference organic elements and explore themes of transience and transformation, whereas Audu's practice explores the tangible and intangible as it relates to the self. More...
12 - 15 September 2019
Sakhile&Me presents work by photographers Zanele Muholi and Lindeka Qampi, painters Kevin Demery and Bambo Sibiya and sculptur Adejoke Tugbiyele at Art Berlin. Muholi's and Qampi's works are emotionally charged self-portraits referencing experiences of violence, hurt and overcoming, whereas Tugbiyele's sculptures explore her own identity as a queer woman of Nigerian descent. Demery's and Sibiya's paintings are intricate compositions full of historical references and political commentary. More...
5 - 8 September 2019
Sakhile&Me is excited to present a selection of silk-thread sculptures on wooden boards and textured ink drawings by Marrakech-based artist Ghizlane Sahli and self-portrait photographs by South African visual activists Zanele Muholi and Lindeka Qampi at Paper Positions Frankfurt. More...
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