ART: It’s not about the size

Events to diarise, big and small

Must-see local artists

Two local online art endeavours to take note of

Art world’s new normal

Covid-19 has led to a different approach to auctions, writes Mary Corrigall

Fancy a museum visit?

Thanks to the team at top local auction house Strauss & Co, you have an opportunity to "visit" some local cultural institutions you might not have been to ...

The rise of SA’s tattoos industry

The perception of tattoos has changed in SA. So has the industry. Michael Schmidt inks a tale of its development

Rolex Arts Weekend: paying a visit

Setumo-Thebe Mohlomi unpacks how a recent international showcase in Cape Town highlighted the importance of mentorships

ARCHITECTURE: South Africans shooting the lights out

Joburg-based architectural practice Counterspace will be designing this year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London

Catch the Investec Cape Town Art Fair

Weekend treat for Cape Town art lovers

An art exhibition to catch

So spectacularly cast and crafted are artist and jeweller Nic Bladen’s latest botanical sculptures that it’s hard to believe they’re not nature’s work

Through the eyes of Santu Mofokeng

Graham Wood looks at the life of one of SA’s most important photographers

ART: To see and be seen

The outcry surrounding the inclusion of an artwork in the Javett-UP’s opening exhibitions has obscured a much more powerful narrative

ART: Faces of a changing country

Christopher Till on 12 definitive SA artworks of the past 60 years

ARCHITECTURE: The good, the bad and the unsightly

Brian McKechnie on the best and worst SA buildings

Trend-spotting at Sasol New Signatures

It’s always tempting, when looking at the work of the 80 finalists of the Sasol New Signatures competition, to try and guess at the direction that contemporary ...

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