According to BKhz the concept of this exhibition was stimulated by the late Bob Mabena’s last words shared via Instagram on the 9 August 2020 before his passing. In that post Mabena, a legend in the radio waves and at that time Power FM radio host and station manager, remarked “Gather ye Rose-buds while ye may, Old Time is still a flying and this same flower that smiles today. Tomorrow will be…”… Read More Gather Ye Rose Buds While Ye May Group Exhibition
In this edition of Intraparadox, I talk to Oratile Papi Konopi on Banele Khoza’s present solo exhibition, 27, on at BKhz Studio, Rosebank, Johannesburg. Our conversation establishes the young curator’s academic training before leafing through the layers that envelopes the latest project he was involved in at BKhz Studio. Soundtrack The sound-clip playing at the… Read More 27th BKhz and beyond
BKhz is a malleable space which in the future would see it dabble in other art forms as well, be it music or poetry. One can only enthusiastically imagine what artistic rippling effects emanating from 68 Juta Street would cause in Bramfontein in the year to come. … Read More What do painters do all day?
I believe Khoza’s Temporary feelings has revealed an artist of an interesting vision and that only the freedom he possess at the moment wherein he is not signed to any commercial gallery will continue to encourage him to push the frontiers of his forte undeterred. The grip of the commercialization of his enterprise may limit his movement and curtail his themes to what the commercial art world has come to expect of young artists through the ruby of monetary value ingrained in the elusive gimmickry of what is trending or maybe he would take us farther and emerge amongst the rest when his mid career period catches up with him… Read More The Symphony of Line and Colour
23 March 2016 [Mmutle Arthur Kgokong: Good morning Banele Khoza]/[Banele Khoza: Hello Mmutle, how are you?]/[Mmutle AK: I am very well thank you, uhm welcome to Intraparadox, ehh I am glad you were able make time and see me ahead of your exhibition at the art museum which has something to do with your feelings,… Read More Intraparadox: an interview with Banele Khoza