Feast Your Eyes 2017

A TASTE OF SOUTH AFRICAN ART

At Nando’s we believe art has the power to bring people together, challenge perceptions and inspire conversations. We made it our mission for our Soho gallery to create a space where these beliefs could come to life. 

All seven artists who exhibited are passionate individuals making waves with their work. So big-up to Henk Serfontein, Zemba Luzamba, Shakes Tembani, Patrick Bongoy, Norman O'Flynn, NomThunzi Mashalaba and Marlise Keith – we were so proud to have you up on our walls!

 

 

Meet the artists

Patrick Bongoy

At first somewhat intimidating, Patrick Bongoy’s waste-rubber artworks are incredibly tactile, inviting one to have a closer look...

Marlise Keith

Marlise Keith’s style is identifiable in her idiosyncratic use of personal symbolism in a diverse body of work...

Zemba Luzamba

Born and raised in the conflict-ridden DRC, Luzamba witnessed politics playing out in the daily lives of ordinary people...

nomThunzi Mashalaba

nomThunzi Mashalaba’s uses delicate layering, vivid colour and seemingly random bits of text that add ambiguity and intrigue to her creations...

Norman O’Flynn

Norman O’Flynn’s Time Keeper series (2016, 2017) incorporates his trademark use of pop iconography, superheroes, explosions, religious symbols and graffiti-esque mantras...

Henk Serfontein

Henk Serfontein is an award-winning artist who came to prominence with his hyperreal paintings of ...

Shakes Tembani

Meshack [Shakes] Tembani portrays human figures recognisable by their group identity rather than their individual characteristics...

Nando's and Art

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