Entabeni Farm Residency | Helena Hugo and Keneilwe Mokoena

SAFFCA in association with  AFSACSA would like to welcome Helena Hugo and Keneilwe Mokoena to the residency program at Entabeni Farm, Knynsa.

They will be in residence until the end of November so be sure to follow us on all of our media platforms to keep an eye on what they are doing and when you can visit them for their official Open Studio.

About the artists:

Helena Hugo
Helena Hugo has been a full-time artist since graduating from the University of Pretoria in 1996. She is mostly known for her highly finished pastel portraits of South African labourers. Recently she has also started to revisit the medium of oil paint as well as exploring the world of fibre arts, using as her medium re-appropriated clothing previously worn and owned by South African workers. Through these mediums she investigates the universal human condition and the cycle of birth, life, death and resurrection.

To find out more click on the following link to her website: http://www.helenahugo.com

Skeleton with crossed hands
Plantation worker

Land I


Keneilwe Mokoena

Mokoena is a visual artist and curator from Pretoria, currently living and working in Johannesburg, South Africa. She received a National Diploma in Fine Arts from the Tshwane University of Technology.

Geometry – The Language of Space and Form