The artist's Bemusement Park claims to be making you think, but as an actual experience it is thin, threadbare and, to be honest, quite boring.
The first Jo’burg solo show for Mexican-born Alinka Echeverria bears testament to upholding the duty of looking.
Rare Greek bronzes from the end of Alexander’s reign are now on display at Getty Centre in Los Angeles.
There are many ways then of reading silence and the Goodman Gallery Cape Town’s latest group exhibition attests to this.
With a bit of crowdfunding and a large gathering of multidisciplinary artists, JHB Massive looks to make an impact at Accra's Chale Wote art festival.
Peter Schütz’s sculptures are not only aesthetically brilliant, they also have the power to evoke a belief in the Omnipotent.
Nigerian Helen Parker-Jayne Isisbor's quest to champion her often-derided West African vernacular has spawned the first pidgin opera.
Debbie Loots spotlights seven spaces to enjoy art in the Mother City.
Creative and artistic director of Vanessa G is the latest South African designer to own and open a freestanding store in the UK.
A curious new exhibition for nerds and fans alike shows the hits and misses of album artwork - and the covers too rude to use.
When a painter is called upon to twist a tryst ‘twixt cardinal and mistress into art, comic erotica ensues.
Turbine Art Fair 2015 is on this weekend, showcasing artists on the way up, which means the works will be affordable.
All eyes are on the African Art World, with the Beaute Congo show at Fondation Cartier showcasing vibrant, political works from Popular movement.
Artist Raél Jero Salley says the ability to create and imagine the future enables us to overcome the obstacles before us.
How can western 'universal' museums acquire and display artefacts without stoking the illegal arts trade and reproducing colonialist narratives?
This catalogue extract delves into Cape Town photographer Robert Hamblin's series of works for Daughter Language.
From Mary Sibande to Igshaan Adams, Southern African artists have brought a distinctly local mind-set to Sweden’s Wanås sculpture park
From Instagrams to Twitter feeds, check out these five platforms dedicated to conversations on visual art, history and culture from the POC world.
SA-born Curator Natasha Becker widens the geographical loupe to enable women artists to speak out in "Speaking Back".