Seretse Moletsane

Seretse describes himself as a FLÂNEUR noun / a man who saunters around observing society.

Flâneur-a person who walks the city in order to experience it. Originally the term is coined by Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867) and refers to somebody who observes the city or theirs surroundings, and experiences an actual physical stroll but also is a way of philosophical thinking and a way of seeing/feeling



Seretse Moletsane : born  1981 in Soweto and lives and works in Pretoria, South Africa.

He is based multi-disciplinary artist and curator at (MAPSA) Modern Art Projects South Africa since 2018.

Seretse’s work is conceptually rooted in intuitive art and tapping into the mundane,  spiritualty and  ancestry. He works in the medium of photography, printmaking, painting and drawing. He  obtained his B-tech degree in fine and applied Arts in 2008 at Tshwane University of  Technology, with Printmaking and painting as subjects. He was also a participant of the first MTN young curators Program in 2002.



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