■ The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa’s Curatorial Lab is hosting an exhibition of Banele Khoza’s abstract and figurative paintings until Sunday September 16. The exhibition interrogates how the artist’s visual language examines the suppression of complex and diverse expressions of masculinity and men trying to find love from each other in today’s filtered virtual world. Khoza’s figurative abstraction depicts colourful portraits of the male nude—obscure ghostly figures in a palette of mostly pink and blue. This exhibition is in line with Zeitz MOCAA commitment to intercultural understanding and is supported by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Zeitz MOCAA is open daily, except for Tuesday, from 10am until 6pm. Tickets cost R180 for adults, and is free for under-18s. It is also free for African citizens on Wednesdays from 10 am until 1 pm. For more information, contact sakhisizwe.gcina@zeitzmocaamuseum.