Unlike contemporaries Ernest Mancoba and Gerard Sekoto, the elusive artist did not enjoy a late-career rebound.
Climbing Mount Fuji is best done in July and August, when you may see more than just blackness and clouds, writes Sean O'Toole.
Angola, exhibiting for the first time at the Venice Biennale, has been awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for the best national pavilion.
Cape Town has South Africa's toughest rules to deal with animal behaviour, including noise limits and pooh. But do they work?
As the 36th Cape Argus gets underway the M&G looks at the chequered history of cycling, characterised by prejudice, subterfuge and great passion.
This year's edition of the Documenta exhibition is a bit like a 'magic encyclopaedia',a space that covers the full spectrum of human expression.
Sean O'Toole explores some of the portrayals of the naked black body that have elicited fierce reactions in SA's recent past.
Nairobi’s street photographers run ingenious and efficient set-ups throughout the city.
Sculpture, unlike painting, allows for physical, tactile encounters, and the work at Nirox is no exception.
Sean O'Toole traces the genre from its current incarnation back to the golden age of the genre amid high apartheid and African independence.