African diaspora explored

Fantôme Créole Series by Isaac Julien.

Zeitz MOCAA will show a new exhibition titled Two Together, from today, Thursday November 7, until next year October.

The show is built around major themes explored by artists from Africa and its diaspora, and each gallery will contain a pair: either two objects, or multiple works by two artists, or two major themes – either in dialogue, as counterpoints, or in sync.

The exhibition will embrace a rigorous engagement between objects and ideas.

The exhibition includes a diptych by Isaac Julien, as well as pairings of and conversation between works by Zanele Muholi and Mouna Karray; Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Joel Andrianomearisoa; Nicholas Hlobo and Taiye Idahor; Sethembile Msezane and Glenn Ligon; Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou and Athi-Patra Ruga as well as Misheck Masamvu and Lungiswa Gqunta.

The Zeitz MOCAA at the Silo District is open every day from 10am to 6pm. On the first Friday of every month, they will be open until 9pm. Entry is R200 for an adult, and free for under 18s.

It is also free every Wednesday from 10am to 1pm for all African citizens on presentation of an ID. For more information, visit zeitzmocaa.museum