Colonial tropes still haunt our racially divided society, writes Sean O'Toole.
The outsider has always held a fascination for artists and writers, helping to shape our view of those who exist in a state of perpetual transition.
Kicks and pricks aside, can Brett Murray's work ever be read ignoring the brouhaha his Spear painting caused? The short answer: Maybe.
By vandalising the holy text, two South African artists have created a new interpretation of it.
Even funerals and pilgrimages are falling prey to the compulsion to self-snap, writes Sean O’Toole.
A new sculpture that neatly aligns commercial interests with art and our history has the twitterati frothing about apparent opportunism.
Photographer Kyle Weeks’ portraits offer a reconstituted view of the OvaHimba as participants in modern and independent Namibia, writes Sean O'Toole.
Architecture, design, innovation and toilets swirled together in separate international initiatives in Durban and Cape Town.
Working on conceptual projects with traditional beadworkers in Durban has led US artist Liza Lou to re-evaluate her own naivety and hubris.
The alarm has been raised at a congress for architects over stats revealing that only 24% of built environment professionals are black and 9% female.