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Welcome to EGLAF Editorial

Our key objectives are conceptualised around advocacy and promotion of the arts and our artists, whilst striving for optimal audience engagement by means of interdisciplinary collaboration.  We aspire to take a leading role in scholarly and professional research and debate in the arts and share knowledge broadly within the arts sector and the community.  This includes creating quality, informative and insightful content that explore the thinking and working process of the artists.  EGLAF Arts Collective is building a team of passionate and professional art writers, historians, bloggers and arts enthusiasts to assists us in this collaborative venture.

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March 24, 2019

Welcome to “Entropy”.

How silly, really, of us to be gather here tonight in an almost overly joyous celebration of that one magical thing that will eventually kill us all, entropy.

Before I pretend to know anything about entropy as a scientific concept, I apologise in ad...

January 19, 2019

In André Austin’s pastel works exhibited in the KITH and TRANSPOSE exhibitions curated by EGLAF Arts Collective, there is a distinctive presence of skulls arranged among the elements of our everyday lives. In “Autumn”, “Spring”, and “Infinity”, for instance, animal sku...

November 24, 2018

At the heart of this exhibition lies the creative power of perspective, change, difference, and transposition. To “transpose” is to exchange, transfer, reverse, rearrange, reorder, to “make it new” as the Modernists would have it, followed by the post-modernists who de...

October 15, 2018

This collaborative project brings together a selection of artworks by EGLAF Arts Collective, a multifaceted interdisciplinary arts project designed to promote and exhibit a variety of young and established artists.  This exhibition explores a range of complex meanings...

October 15, 2018

KITH: A group exhibition by EGLAF Arts Collective was opened on October 5th by Charika Swanepoel, editor of Laurel Magazine. If you missed this memorable event, you can read an excerpt from her speach below.

"The thing about KITH is its near inarticulacy.

I’m reminded of...

March 31, 2018

When entering the up and coming, South African artist, Reece Swanepoel’s exhibition, one is confronted by an array of portraits. These faces do not entail your usual day-to-day characters but rather individuals, morphed by stimuli and illustrated by their ugliness.


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