Michelle Williams, who won for best actress in a limited series or movie for Fosse/Verdon, made an impassioned plea for women’s equality
James Gray’s science fiction adventure film is visually exciting but falls short of expectations
Virtual and augmented reality will enhance, not replace, the wonder of real-life experiences
Miniature worlds can profoundly glance larger ones
Quality audio has largely been a niche audiophile thing but the largest online sales platform wants to turn this into a mass-market phenomenon
Underprivileged children soar above their circumstances at this Cape Town circus school
Alexander Calvelli's art sees little difference between portraying heavy mining infrastructure and the quaint streets of its picturesque settlements.
In the Dutch town of Thorn a lone abbey stands as a symbol of freedom for women in a world without men
In his first Monthly Review, Mark Gevisser looks at how Goldblatt’s work of 50 years ago urges us to listen to the voices of mineworkers that are still ...
In his second Monthly Review, Mark Gevisser speaks to Wilhelm Verwoerd and Prof Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela
The value of this artistic expression reflects a radical shift from the days when it was understood as a mere act of vandalism
Finding the poetry in policy, Mike van Graan seeks to disseminate information about cultural policy development among creative practitioners
SPONSORED | Puno Selesho features as an exceptional South African in fourth part of Three Ships Whisky visual collaboration series