ART: Looking at men and women from both sides

There is a peculiar synergy between the work of two Absa L’Atelier award winners, Maral Bolouri and Banele Khoza

Showcasing Franschhoek’s talent

Art Franschhoek will again "open its doors" to visitors, with the village’s many galleries and resident artists showcasing their finest works

Exhibition a window on gang culture

The Number project consists of a film documenting the history, personal journeys, codes and body markings of SA’s numbers gangs, as well as prints, a book and ...

Is UCT justified in taking down artworks that could cause offence?

Is it obscuring history and infringing freedom of expression?

Sculpture at the Standard Bank Gallery

Beth Diane Armstrong — a master of metals

Andy Warhol's works on show in Johannesburg

The first SA exhibition of more than 80 Andy Warhol silk screens, including some of his most iconic images

Collector pays for painting in bitcoins

Last week Romanian artist Stefania Nistoreanu joined a club of just a handful of fellow artists when she sold a painting using bitcoin. An art collector in ...

Sue Williamson: memory and identity

With several exhibitions and projects on the go, Sue Williamson remains one of SA’s most prolific artists

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