A new report uses a fresh method to ‘validate’ important African artists, writes Graham Wood
Design Indaba showed us ways to make the future more utopia than dystopia
Local galleries with an international presence will be jostling for attention
Graham Wood spoke to acclaimed Joburg artist Gerhard Marx about his latest exhibition, Ecstatic Archive
An iconic SA ceramic brand has ensnared the European design scene. They’re wild about Ardmore – here’s why
Cassandra Twala, curator of the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair, talks the significance of the craft economy in Africa
Want to jazz up your pad or jewellery box with some vintage classics and antiques? Then read on ...
The Joburg Art Fair enters its second decade at the weekend with evidence of a fresh focus on art from the rest of the continent
There are some great new art exhibitions on around the country. These are three eclectic examples we think you should make an effort to catch
For the past few years, Nando’s has been enlisting the services of SA furniture designers, interior designers and artists to kit out its restaurants
For a break from the endless monotony of ‘greige’ (beige and grey) and boring duck-egg blue so favoured by local retailers, head to KARE
The RMB Turbine Art Fair is the best way to get your head around new SA art
Graham Wood popped in to Architecture ZA 2018 to listen in on architects’ conversations about the African city of the future, and heard some surprising ...
To highlight water an exhibition called Rain Dance is taking place in the Voorkamer Gallery at Chandler House in the City Bowl
A glimpse into the world’s shameful past, with lessons for the future
An impressive selection of work by SA artists will be on offer soon
Local textile designer Nicole Levenberg’s latest fabric and wallpaper collection is contemporary, lush and entirely desirable
Award-winning photojournalists James Oatway’s and Alon Skuy’s exhibition timed to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the 2008 outbreak of xenophobic ...