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“I’m an activist first, being a photographer allows me a greater and more influential audience"

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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?

V&A Waterfront partners with Jochen Zeitz to create Africa's first major Museum of Contemporary Art.

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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.

'the fourth Butcher Boy'

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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.

LagosPhoto: The Megacity and the Non-City

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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 Talks at the Cape Town Art Fair

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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.

Top SA artists’ blood, sweat and tears used in special promotional acrylics for Absa L’Atelier 2014

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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.

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