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We’re very pleased to release our second collaboration with Renée Rossouw, whose first 50ty/50ty artwork launched almost exactly two years ago and was a sold-out success. With every December sale of Mirage, we will donating 5% of the proceeds to Abalimi Bezekhaya, a non-profit organisation that helps unemployed people in

This month, Cape Town offers us two must-see solo exhibitions by 50ty/50ty collaborators – John Murray and Marlene Steyn. Murray’s show, Sum of its Parts, is on until the end of November at WHATIFTHEWORLD and offers “a reconciliation of [his] two signature styles, abstract and figurative painting”, by presenting his creative processes.

Just two years ago, we released a screen print by Alexia Vogel – and you loved it. Swelter sold out fast, and we’ve had many, many requests for another of her works ever since. We’re not surprised – she’s an incredible young talent who keeps moving from strength to strength, having recently held

The cost of artworks is a subject often veiled in mystery and elitism. But because it’s Turbine time, because we released a higher-priced artwork last month, and because increasing accessibility to the art market is one of our core objectives – we’d like to offer a brief explainer of how

50ty/50ty collaborator Ruby Swinney graduated in 2015 with a sold-out exhibition, then followed that with a solo show at WHATIFTHEWORLD and a solo booth at the Cape Town Art Fair. And now – not even three years into her career – a solo exhibition of her work is debuting at

It was almost over before it started, almost sold out before the print had finished drying. This is the pull of a piece by the young and talented Kirsten Sims. With all the rush of the pre-orders, desperate enquiries and general Instagram furore over this much-awaited April release, our monthly newsletter

There is a colour pervading a lot of our recent works – across diverse artists and formal styles. Pink, a colour that has been used (and abused) by different cultures, artists, movements and marketing tactics – but rarely by nature – has a fascinating history. It's summarised in this article,

If mid-February finds you in the Cape Town area, don’t miss the chance to enjoy world-class art from across the continent, converging at the CTICC for a culture-packed weekend. We’ll be releasing an exciting new 50ty/50ty artwork by South African Bitterkomix icon, Conrad Botes, at the fair. And we’re also looking

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Last date for orders: 19 December. All orders placed after 19 Dec will be shipped on 5 January 2020.
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