Handmaid’s Tale and politics take centre stage at the Emmys

The bleak depiction of an authoritarian America, and HBO’s Big Little Lies, were the biggest winners, taking five awards each

Lizamore gallery opens window on a new generation of artists

Exhibition celebrates history with an array of newcomers, writes Mary Corrigall

How a quest to find meaning reveals beauty in the ordinary

Thokozani Mthiyane uses the power of art to create an air of mystery, writes Mary Corrigall

Museum of Memory: Chile’s record of weeping and forgetting

Santiago’s Museum of Memory and Human Rights is a reminder of those killed and ‘disappeared’ during Pinochet’s dictatorship, writes Lesley Stones

SA films draw attention at Toronto International Film Festival

A western (with a South African twist); friends swapping bodies on a farm; and life as a member of a prison gang — SA movies offer an interesting mix

Musicians’ network: Music Exchange gets a broad stage

The organisation seeks to help musicians plug in with each other and key recording industry role players, writes Struan Douglas

Moshito dances to its own rhythm with an invigorated pitch

SA’s premier music conference and showcase event has found its international mojo, writes Edward Tsumele

Edinburgh audience loves the real ‘voice’ of author Paul Auster

The Man Booker-listed novelist engages Edinburgh literati with reading from his latest work and personal stories from his writer’s life, write Alan ...

Revealing photos bring home women’s predicament

Female photographers’ works hit home like a swift kick on the shin, writes Janine Stephen

Katse Dam’s deep flood of suffering

While Lesotho project delivers ‘white gold’ to Gauteng, the lives of residents in the area have been diminished

Past and present will come together at Joburg art fair

THe art fair is a platform for the development of art, growing business opportunities for the industry and positioning Johannesburg as a contemporary art city

Venerable auctioneer broadens horizons as art trends evolve

Art and antiques auctioneer Stephan Welz & Co puts a toe into the primary art market, writes Janine Stephen

Traditional music takes centre stage at African heritage exhibition

International Library of African Music will showcase indigenous recordings, photographs, documentaries and instruments in Johannesburg, writes Edward Tsumele

Great Exodus: Emotions ride high in paintings depicting migration

Independent Zimbabwe-born artist Ronald Muchatuta finds a precious niche in Cape Town despite racial tensions and economic hardships, writes Valeria Geselev

Virtual reality project puts us on borderland with migrants

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s virtual reality project Carne y Arena is a culture shock in more ways than one, writes Peter Aspden


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