Twelve women curators speak of the challenges of being top decision-makers in South Africa’s art world.
The rapid growth of “art fairs” globally could either be the upside or downside of the future of the art industry, writes Melvyn Minnaar.
Though the ticket price for the conference is prohibitive for most, the three-day design and music showcase is worth it for those with deep pockets.
The recently launched Cape Town art event, That Art Fair, hopes to nurture and invest in emerging talent.
Pre- and post-lunch bites from the speakers on the third day of the Design Indaba conference.
Illustrator, Moray Rhoda, believes the South African audience is missing out on great local comic books due to the lack of book distributors.
Pre- and post-lunch bites from the speakers on the second day of the Design Indaba conference.
Pre- and post-lunch bites from the speakers on the first day of the Design Indaba conference.
An exhibition at the Origins Centre attests to the humanity of its anonymous subjects and their hopes, dreams and glowing self-esteem.
The Dutch get acknowledged for their contribution in the fight against apartheid at a photography exhibition honouring the life of Nelson Mandela.
Raised in Durban but now resident in London, Sindiso Khumalo’s textiles, on show at the 2015 Design Indaba, are a tapestry of her past and present.
From doodles to full-scale book projects, these young graphic designers bring their talents to this year's Design Indaba Expo as Emerging Creatives.
We chat with rap artist M.anifest, who performs at Design Indaba Music 2015, after his return from a tour with Damon Albarn in South America.
The rock star chefs describe their culinary upbringing and the importance of creating an experience and not just a dish at Design Indaba 2015.
Take a look at three of the 40 up-and-coming design stars selected for Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives programme, who will make their mark in 2015.
The duo behind Studio Propolis, who present at Design Indaba Conference 2015, are single-minded about making by hand and using resources sparingly.
Here's a taste from the feast of new work that will be showcased for the first time at Africa's largest design exhibition.
Tate Modern’s thrilling retrospective of the work of Marlene Dumas captures the paradoxes and ambiguities of both painting and life.
Sisters Noncedo and Nonzuzo Gxekwa explore their life experience as twins in their photo documentary work 'Carbon Copy'.