Art South Africa in conversation with Pierre Mathieu on his current exhibition Apocalypse Now, Now! at Res Gallery.
Ashraf Jamal in conversation with Asha Zero on his recent solo exhibition at 34FineArt
C& author Pamella Dlungwana talks to the activist and photographer after Zanele Muholi is honoured with the prestigious Prince Claus Award.
Pamella Dlungwana: You’ve always stated that picking up the camera was an attempt to write black South African lesbian identities into our visual history, and looking at your work, in particular Faces and Phases, this is not where you’ve stopped. Why?
M. Neelika Jayawardane reviews the International Center for Photography’s “Rise and Fall of Apartheid
by M. Neelika Jayawardane
by M. Neelika Jayawardane
Art South Africa pays tribute to Nelson Mandela with a showcase of artworks featuring South Africa's icon.
Three works by one of South African's top street artists, Faith47, were featured in Miami this December.
Paul du Toit: A Conversation with Ashraf Jamal
Featured in Art South Africa Volume 12 Issue 2
Renowned Berlin-based Nigerian photographer Akinbode Akinbiyi talks about urban space in Johannesburg, walking slowly and lost innocence.
Graff Diamonds re-opens its store at Delaire Graff Estate and announces the unveiling of Tretchikoff's Chinese Girl
Ellerman House is excited to announce the opening of its highly anticipated Ellerman House Wine Gallery and a second luxury villa to be known as Villa Two.
Cape Town, 20 November 2013 - the V&A Waterfront and Jochen Zeitz announced a unique partnership to create a major new cultural institution that will focus on collecting, preserving, researching, and exhibiting cutting edge contemporary art from Africa and its Diaspora. The museum will be named Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) in honour of the renowned Zeitz Collection, which will form the museum’s founding collection.
On Monday night the bank of telephones taking bids from outside the room fell ominously quiet when lot 248 came under the hammer. Selling for R5.4m Jane Alexander’s Untitled dubbed ‘the fourth Butcher Boy’ set a new record for South African sculpture moving ahead of Anton van Wouw’s previous high of R2.2m.
The 1st AFiRIperFOMA Biennial, which is the first African contemporary performance/live art, will be held under the general title “Mnemonic”.
Design Indaba invites designers and innovators from across Africa to participate in a major exhibition for the Design Indaba Expo 2014, ‘Africa Is Now,’
Be Part of the Greatmore Showcase 2013
So... the time has come to start putting together the second auction for the impending kidney transplant for Diane Victor.
The Cape Town Art Fair will take place again in February 2014 following its hugely successful launch in the Mother City this past weekend.
Work on the 100 GOOD IDEAS publication, which will be launched at a dedicated stand at Design Indaba 2014, is in full swing.
Watch South Africa’s most celebrated artist, filmmaker and performer William Kentridge talk candidly about ‘his’ South Africa in 21 Icons, this Sunday 3 November on SABC3 at 18h57.
The fourth edition of LagosPhoto 2013, themed The Megacity and the Non-City, opens October 26th, 2013.
This year’s theme, The Megacity and the Non-City, explores how the development of urban centers in Africa and the technical advance of photography have transformed our sense of place in a globally connected world.
Art South Africa in conversation with Galia Gluckman, exhibiting with Salon91 at the Cape Town Art Fair (25 - 27 Oct).
Art South Africa in conversation with Christopher Moller of The Christopher Moller Art Gallery, exhibiting at the Cape Town Art Fair (25 - 27 Oct)
Don't miss the Art Talks at the Cape Town Art Fair (25 - 27 Oct). An exciting line-up of talks from Friday to Sunday in the Conversation Lounge, with topics ranging from curatorship and auctions to a Druid Walk by Willem Boshoff and a documentary on artist Lindeka Qampi.
Art South Africa in conversation with Andre van Vuuren, exhibiting with The Lovell Gallery at the Cape Town Art Fair (25 - 27 Oct)
Absa has adopted a compelling creative campaign to promote the 29th edition of the Absa L’Atelier art competition. The campaign concept, Great art takes blood, sweat and tears, comprises a number of different elements – the most provocative of which is a series of acrylic paints made from the actual blood, sweat and tears of renowned local artists Willem Boshoff, Diane Victor and Bambo Sibiya.
Art South Africa in conversation with Charl Bezuidenhout of Worldart Gallery, exhibiting at the Cape Town Art Fair (25 - 27 Oct)