One Leaf by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created whilst living on site at the NIROX Foundation at the Cradle of Humankind, Johannesburg. They represent an exploration into the relationship of the architectural and landscape elements of water & light.

Entrance by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created whilst living on site at the NIROX Foundation at the Cradle of Humankind, Johannesburg. They represent an exploration into the relationship of the architectural and landscape elements of water & light.

Foundation by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created whilst living on site at the NIROX Foundation at the Cradle of Humankind, Johannesburg. They represent an exploration into the relationship of the architectural and landscape elements of water & light.

Treasure by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created whilst living on site at the NIROX Foundation at the Cradle of Humankind, Johannesburg. They represent an exploration into the relationship of the architectural and landscape elements of water & light.

Finding by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created in response to a series of drawing exercises presented by architect & artist Elena Rocchi. The drawings represent explorations into the relationship of the disciplines of architecture & palaeontology. The site of inquiry was the Cradle of Humankind, site of the discovery of Australopithecus sediba. The drawing workshop was hosted by […]

Aquifer by Lorenzo Nassimbeni

This artwork was created in response to a series of drawing exercises presented by architect & artist Elena Rocchi. The drawings represent explorations into the relationship of the disciplines of architecture & palaeontology. The site of inquiry was the Cradle of Humankind, site of the discovery of Australopithecus sediba. The drawing workshop was hosted by […]

I Thought It Was You

Forest Minora

Market, Spain by François Krige

Spain captivated Krige. When the artist joined his brother Uys there in 1934, the poet plunged him into the Iberian way of life, infecting him with a love of things Spanish. At this time, François was training his eye and hand to respond almost instinctively to the subject matter. The learning curve during his period […]