Kgole creates a larger-than-life interactive masterpiece using his signature anaglyph technique to explore the never-ending beauty of Black resilience. A poetic piece that captures the true essence of black stories, through past and current day adversity. Kgole’s masterpiece pays tribute to #SayHerName, a social movement that seeks to raise awareness of the Black female form, that has been subject to victimisation by police brutality and anti- Black violence in the United States and around the world. The theme

draws a similar thread, within the same masterpiece, where he ominously alludes to the current Gender Based Violence taking place in South Africa. Kgole, nicknamed the Mighty Ancestor of Limpopo, paints a powerful, breath- taking spiritual experience of why #BlackLivesMatter to him and why the world needs to stop killing Black Women.

Giggs Kgole
Boshielo, 2020
Signed and dated by artist
Anaglyph, Oil, Acrylic fabric & mixed media on Canvas (Can be viewed with 3D glasses)
59 1/8 x 90 1/2 in
150 x 230 cm

Art Type:
Conceptual Contemporary Expressionism Landscape Oil painting
Art Medium:
Acrylic Found objects Ink Mixed_Media Oil painting On Canvas
No Frame
230cm by 150cm