- South African artist, Giggs Kgole, is taking the global art scene by storm through his recent art exhibition in Europe
- Kgole is currently enjoying an art residency in France and his work will soon feature in the city of Cannes
- His first exhibition took place in London last week and left some people in tears as the 22-year-old was lauded for his ability
South African artist, Giggs Kgole, is making a name for himself through his recent art exhibition in Europe.
Kgole, who is currently enjoying an art residency in France, was the star of the show at his first exhibition, Divinewas, in Europe.
The 22-year-old drew much acclaim as his work featured at the South African High Commissioner in UK and Northern Island during last week.
Sowetan Live reported that the exhibition will soon be moving to the French city of Cannes on August 23.
However, Briefly.co.za understands that his London exhibition has already moved many to tears.
Kgole said, "Some people cried when they saw some of the masterpieces and when they heard the touching stories, they got inspired and wanted to know more about me and my people."
The Limpopo-born painter revealed that living in Europe brought its fair share of financial difficulties, but seems to be enjoying the eye-opening experience.
Kgole also shared some of the positive feedback he received from attendees.
He said, "A lot of people came back to me after the show, saying that I am crazy or beyond my time. That's because they find the soul I leave in the works and they relate to the beauty they face."
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