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.
Along with an exhibition, photographer Reiner Leist’s new book of photographs "Another Country" explores signature portraiture.
Strike and class struggle subvert the "warm and fuzzy" story of workers who decided to make a car for Nelson Mandela.
City planners are using smart design, creative technology and community feedback in their attempts to reformulate the apartheid city.
Renegade photographers Juhan Kuus and Fanie Jason open up about their days of visceral and paparazzi-style lensmanship in South Africa.
South Africans made their presence royally known at the Venice Biennale — behind the scenes, on the scenes and in a new permanent pavillion.
From Hugh Exton’s portraits to images of Marikana, an exhibition that remembers the Land Act also pays tribute to socially conscious photography.
In 'Freedom Rider' Kevin Davie, an endurance sport enthusiast and business editor of the Mail & Guardian, writes about life on the road.
Works of art that concern themselves with various aspects of religion have proved to be popular with people who do not normally visit art galleries.