Kudzanai Chiurai's exhibition titled "16SNLV" encourages people to scrutinise their reactions to everyday brutality.
The public figure of Nelson Mandela has returned to Johannesburg in Marco Cianfanelli’s newly unveiled sculpture, Shadow Boxing.
The Ellis sisters’ label, The Joinery, is ecofriendly and aims to prove that ethical and organic can be "sexy and exclusive".
Kemang Wa Lehulere is one of two young artists awarded the 15th Bâloise prize at the 2013 Art Basel fair.
South Africans made their presence royally known at the Venice Biennale — behind the scenes, on the scenes and in a new permanent pavillion.
Local artist Stephen Hobbs is a kind of latter-day Piet Mondrian in our midst.
Artists Pamela Sunstrum and Thenjiwe Nkosi explore the notion of heroes and future mythologies in their "solo-collaborative" exhibition.
Angola, exhibiting for the first time at the Venice Biennale, has been awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for the best national pavilion.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei's three large-scale works on display at the Venice Biennale include horrifying mock-ups of his 2011 detention.
Artist Sue Williamson celebrates the women who helped to usher in South Africa’s liberation.