Albertus Swanepoel, who has designed hats for retailer Target, has now created a collection for major fashion retailer, Bench, in the Philippines.
Guerilla art group Tokolos Stencil Collective poses dirty challenges to audiences and the art gallery.
Doing Hair, an exhibition that aimed to explore the sociocultural representation of hair in Africa fails to address the right questions.
Wangechi Mutu’s depiction of the black female form explores current experiences and the way history and politics frame and shape that experience.
A new sculpture that neatly aligns commercial interests with art and our history has the twitterati frothing about apparent opportunism.
The African Creative Economy Conference that takes place in Morocco this week will shine a spotlight on the role of artists as agents of change.
Following its refusal to print Dean Hutton's “full frontal nudes”, Remata has denied the genderqueer artist's “censorship” accusations.
The images in Kings County question the sexuality, the banality of work and studio practice – the everyday routine of many artists.
Artist Lazi Mathebula is the man behind STR.CRD's 2014 branding. Alix-Rose Cowie finds out what inspires the Alexandra-born illustrator's aesthetic.
Creating tapestries that successfully capture the essence of the artworks they are based on takes years of experience and skill, writes Robyn Sassen.
Artlogic events curator Roberta Coci shares five highlights visitors can look forward to at this year's Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair.
From Beyoncé and Jay Z dressing up as “art royalty” to an Oscar Pistorius lookalike, we look at some of the wackiest costumes.
Gideon Mendel revisits his selection of photographs, that show the 1980s Yeoville scene, in his latest exhibition "Living in Yeoville Revisited".
After walking for AFI for seven years, international model Bunmi Ademokoya says the industry is still not doing enough to punt African models.
Photographer Kyle Weeks’ portraits offer a reconstituted view of the OvaHimba as participants in modern and independent Namibia, writes Sean O'Toole.
Funded by the richest man in France the architect's, new art museum and an accompanying retrospective at Pompidou reveal the danger of big budgets.
Like Socrates, artist Willem Boshoff, at 63, is living proof that the “unexamined life is not worth living”.
Curious about what messages the clothing we wear communicates, ?Inge Prins began wondering what men would wear if pregnant and how they would adjust.
Thom Pierce's exhibition presents portraits of faces of those who fought against compulsory military service for white males during apartheid.