It is time to celebrate Sekoto's place in South African art history, but this major exhibition doesn't get it quite right, writes Rory Bester.
Not only the subject, but also the approach and concerns of two renowned photographers lend weight to a new combined exhibition.
A comprehensive retrospective of Santu Mofokeng's work deserves a better showing at the Wits Art Museum.
Rory Bester believes that the violent outrage at Brett Murray's painting of Jacob Zuma is as unsurprising as Murray's work itself.
Award-winning artist Michael MacGarry's exhibition uses parody to slice through layers of meaning.
When Ross Douglas was researching international art fairs he realised a local iteration needed a special project
Willem Boshoff's self-assigned role as a druid gives him the space to take on major social issues.
Kentridge explains the planning -- and the role of the unplanned -- in his latest collaboration.
A new Walter Battiss exhibition that includes never-seen drawings brings in millions -- and makes interesting links.
Michael MacGarry's new solo show is sharp-witted and playful, but also just serious enough to be startlingly poignant.