Kevin van Braak’s work is set around politically and ideologically problematic issues. In recent years, he turned his attention to the visibility and invisibility of the display of power in buildings, people, location, and artifacts and how our historical consciousness functions in relation to the history behind it.
Philippe Marinig Photographer Born in 1962 in the France, Philippe Marinig, encouraged by a family of artists, became interested in photography at a young age. In 1992, he creates his own company, specialized in photo shoots in Cape Town. Since 2006, he has devoted himself entirely to artistic projects that lead him to travel in Africa, Europe and Japan.
To create my artwork, I like to experiment. For me, this is the simple beauty: a transition between the aggressive material which is the human life and the brightness of every human spirit. This is not just about my art process; it is also my way of life.
I believe in pure beauty. This beauty touches us and takes us into many hearts.
Ben Foster draws upon the physical landscape of home with his static, stylised figurative works mirroring the dramatic forms of the mountains which are his backdrop. Similarly, his kinetic abstract sculptures echo the restless coastal waters and winds which swiftly reshape the stony shores.