According to a new study, painting eyes on the backsides of cows can reduce attacks by animal predators.
Paintings that Question the Promises of Postcolonial Democracy
Meleko Mokgosi questions democratic ideals in his paintings of contemporary life in Botswana.
The Queens of Botswana’s Metal Scene
South African photographer Paul Shiakallis documents the leather-clad women of Botswana’s metal subculture, called “Marok,” which translates to “rocker” in Setswana.
Paintings that Get (Kind of) Close to South Africa’s Colonial Aftermath
KINDERHOOK, NY — Meleko Mokgosi’s eponymous solo show, well installed at The School, Jack Shainman gallery’s outpost in Kinderhook, New York, will hit your sweet spot if you’re in the mood to see some colossal paintings in an atrium-like space that can compete with Dia:Beacon (but with paintings).