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South African Book Fair 2019.

27 Aug 2019 / in Uncategorized

Ill be exhibiting my Illustrations and recent projects at this years South African Book fair in September 2019

Africa’s Art Collective – Autumn 2019 – Mall Of Africa

06 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

Map › MAP Contemporary › TheOpenCityProject – solo exhibition by Wesley Pepper

17 Aug 2018 / in Uncategorized

TheOpenCityProject wesleypepper 1

04 Feb 2017 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Art is where we find our bearings in the world

16 Oct 2016 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Art Is where we find our bearings in the world. I was invited to Seychelles to talk about street art and manage a mural about drug abuse.

South African artist brings new style of art to Seychelles

26 May 2016 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

Not A Crime/ Iran – #TheOpenCityProject

04 Nov 2015 / 0 Comments / in Uncategorized

The Open City Project – Infecting the City Project 2015

03 Jul 2015 / 2 Comments / in Uncategorized

Description of the Project: Our project approaches city space through the social reality of the streets as a dynamic space of experimentation and vitality. We are interested in the people that use, create and imagine the vernacular meshwork of history, race, culture, language and aesthetics that make the streets. By taking creativity out of regulated […]

Township Art against the odds: Bataki Collective

03 Feb 2015 / 1 Comment / in Uncategorized

Township artists don’t want you to see buying their art as supporting them, but rather as an investment. There’s a new generation of collectives that’s starting to understand the true value of the talent they develop. And if they have anything to do with it, their work will be hitting the galleries on large scale […]

IN ARTISTS MODE – Wesley Pepper is an artist and publisher with a whole lot to debate

10 Oct 2010 / 1 Comment / in Uncategorized

These days it’s almost as if every second person in their twenties is an artist, or at least claiming to be one. I tracked down Wesley Pepper; an artist/publisher who is as comfortable working in traditional mediums ranging from charcoal, paint, and pencil, as he is working in digital modes such as web graphic and […]