PHOTOGRAPHY: Uncanny similarities and stark differences

Commonplace, a new book of photographs published by independent publishers Fourthwall Books, shows two personal collections of images of 20th century SA as it ...

Rocky road to Johannesburg Art Gallery’s restoration

After being closed due to rain damage, the Johannesburg Art Gallery has finally reopened, but its future still rests on watery ground

ART: Global show, local showing

Mohau Modisakeng’s Lefa La Ntate

Abstract: The Art of Design

The brains behind the blueprints

Online-only art auction under way

Strauss & Co has a number of top artworks on sale in an online-only auction that is already under way

Architecture: a triumph of urban creativity

Jo’burg’s new council chamber interacts with the buildings and the city around it

Affordable art for entry-level investors

Art collectors will have the rare opportunity to get their hands on limited-edition prints of great works of SA artists that go on sale at a pop-up shop next ...

Photography: Andrew Tshabangu’s Footprints

What should SA’s post-apartheid aesthetics look like?

Photography: depth of field

Photographer Roger Ballen talks about his foundation’s gift to the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa ahead of its September opening in Cape Town

Art exhibition explores SA-Lesotho relations

A new photographic and video exhibition by Simon Gush explores the displacement in and dependency of the two countries

Irma Stern works still shiny

Strauss & Co breaks another record

Auction house to pay SA artists resale royalties

Aspire is the first auction house in history to pay living SA artists royalties on the resale of their works

Engaging with Malayness

Thania Petersen’s solo exhibition