A former Elle editor has launched a concept that taps into the fashion consumer with a more considered approach.
Chris du Plessis contemplates a New York that’s lost its multicultural edginess, but the blandness is lifted by playful artworks.
Husband and wife team take their designer garments on the road with a mobile boutique.
As art education institutions like Funda college and African Art Centre face financial turmoil, another organisation tells us how it has flourished.
From the fate of establishments like Keleketla! Library and Slaghuis to investing in black arts, Lindokuhle Nkosi zooms in on black creative spaces.
Five up-and-coming designers were paired with experts in their relevant fields in order to allow for collaboration and skills transfer.
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The cerebral edge of Stephen Hobbs’s art is shown in this wide-ranging and thoughtful exhibition.
Instead of overanalysing the context from which these Limpopo artworks sprung, we should enjoy them for their individual merits.
Twelve women curators speak of the challenges of being top decision-makers in South Africa’s art world.
Eclecticism in myriad forms reigned at two art events in the Mother City.
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.