Obituary: Cecily Sash

SA artist and teacher played influential role in the 1960s

What to expect from this year’s Joburg Art Fair (now called Art Joburg)

‘Tis the week of Joburg’s annual art fair – but not as we know it. Graham Wood got the lowdown on its refurb

The William Kentridge retrospective you have to see

The William Kentridge exhibition that is on simultaneously at Cape Town’s Zeitz MOCAA and Norval Foundation, titled Why Should I Hesitate: Putting Drawings to ...

The Long March to Freedom: a look at SA’s heroes

The recently relocated Long March to Freedom is a heritage monument that’s engaging, uplifting and absolutely worth a visit

Art with heart in Cape Town

Capetonians craving a measure of culture should make haste to Welgemeend for its Art Month

Tiny house revolution: honey, I shrunk the house

Forget stately piles and super-sized pads; tiny houses are trendy and a natural final step in the quest for minimalism

Design South Africa: a hub of creativity

The annual cornucopia of lovely things that is 100% Design South Africa takes place on August 8-11 at Midrand’s Gallagher Convention Centre

What to catch on the art gallery circuit

The Sanell Aggenbach show that opens this week at Everard Read’s CIRCA Gallery in Joburg is one you don’t want to miss

Stevenson Johannesburg launches new gallery in Parktown

Art gallery Stevenson has moved from Braamfontein to Parktown North. Graham Wood got the lowdown on the relocation

A Black Aesthetic: A View of SA Artists

A Black Aesthetic: A View of SA Artists (1970-1990), at Joburg’s Standard Bank Gallery until April 18, is a timely reminder of SA art’s history of modernism. ...

Who are Africa’s top artists really?

A new report uses a fresh method to ‘validate’ important African artists, writes Graham Wood

Behind this year’s Design Indaba: more utopia than dystopia

Design Indaba showed us ways to make the future more utopia than dystopia

The Investec Cape Town Art Fair has a new international flavour

Local galleries with an international presence will be jostling for attention

Gerhard Marx’s Ecstatic Archive

Graham Wood spoke to acclaimed Joburg artist Gerhard Marx about his latest exhibition, Ecstatic Archive

Iconic SA ceramic brand teams up with Hermès

An iconic SA ceramic brand has ensnared the European design scene. They’re wild about Ardmore – here’s why

What to expect at the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair

Cassandra Twala, curator of the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair, talks the significance of the craft economy in Africa