| Mail & Guardian
Three months ago, Banele Khoza launched his open studio and gallery BKhz and it is living up to its purpose — to be a place for young artists to commune.
Last year, when he won the Absa L’Atelier Gerard Sekoto Award, he was given the chance to curate a group exhibition, in addition to a residency in Paris and a solo exhibition at the Absa Art Gallery next year. On Sunday he cashed in the group showing with an exhibition titled A Letter to My 22-year-old Self. …Read More
Pictured: Reflections: Heidi Fourie’s ‘The Missing Mass’ features in ‘A Letter to My 22-year-old Self’